Heaven & Hell
Where do we go? What is heaven and hell? Do we ever get sent back for a second life? Is there any way to make contact with a departed loved one?
It’s all about perspective
A Jewish perspective on the nature of heaven and hell, and the reward and punishment for the soul when divested of a physical body.
Is it true that if you commit suicide, you won't go to heaven? But if there is no Jewish hell, where will you go?
Sometimes you need to see things in your mind's eye; sometimes you need to close your eyes and see things with your soul...
This stimulating talk presents the Jewish perspective on the soul, afterlife, reincarnation and resurrection.
I've committed a number of sins over the years; am I going to burn in Hell?
Will I go there simply because I don’t observe the Shabbat, Jewish holidays or the laws of kosher?
a) Various sources suggest that Gehinom, Purgatory, is a physical place, somewhere deep beneath the earth's surface, where the souls of the wicked are punished. For example, the Midrash in Pirkei D'Rabbi Eliezer (10) says, "The whale that swallowed Jonah
What Really Happens?
Learn the real meaning of Heaven and Hell, the experience of the soul after a person passes on, and the concept of angels.
We don’t say a person “will be going to heaven.” We say this person is “a child of the world to come.” Heaven is not just somewhere you go. It is something you carry with you.
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