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Moshe D. Bryski

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Rabbi Moshe Bryski is executive director of Chabad of Agoura Hills and dean of the Conejo Jewish Academy.
Divine Providence in Our Lives
Life is a Journey
The journey of each individual as well as our collective journey as a people are described as part of a greater, G-dly plan.
A Jewish Perspective on the Serenity Prayer
The Courage to Change
“G-d, please grant me the serenity to accept that which cannot be changed; the courage to change that which can be changed; and the wisdom to know the difference.”
How We View Our Collective Past as Jews
History vs. Memory
A compelling argument for the case that Jewish education must portray our ancestors not as individuals who once lived, but as people who are alive today.
A Response for Our Times
The Power of Hope
In light of recent worrisome events in the world, Rabbi Bryski offers a classic Jewish formula for optimism in the face of adversity.
“You Can Run but You Can’t Hide!”
The Jewish Pathology
Through humor and inspirational stories, this lecture will examine the deep and awesome dynamics of the Jewish soul and its identity.
Do You Believe in Angels?
This lecture will go beyond the abstract concept of the Holy Hosts, beckoning us to recognize the presence of angels in our own lives. A most inspirational and uplifting exercise.
Prophecies, Resurrection and Modern Day Miracles
From Ezekiel’s vision of the "dry bones" to the bond between generations and the phenomenon of supernatural events – past, present and future
The Joy (and Oy) of Being a Jew
The Jew has this unique ability to cry and laugh at the very same time. This lecture will glance at the past, present and future of our people – the lows and the highs, the crying and the laughter, and the “oy veys” and the joys.
The Hero In You
The definition of greatness and heroism by Judaism is quite different than the way society today looks at them. What makes a hero? Who are your and your children’s heroes? Most importantly, how can you rise from a life of mediocrity and find that hero wit...
Who’s Minding the Spirit?
No matter how accomplished, happy, wealthy or talented you may be, at some point you’ll find yourself seeking a deeper meaning in life. You have read the works of every kind of philosopher, psychologist and spiritualist imaginable. It is time you look wit...
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