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A four part lecture series that explores the historical development of prayer, the value of private and congregational prayer, the special function of ‘kavana’ and the unique roles of men and women in prayer.
The concept of prayer seems paradoxical: asking G-d, who is infinite and all knowing, to grant us our puny needs and desires?
Prayers for various occasions including various blessings, grace after meals, Psalms and more
Selected prayers for various occasions: Grace after meals, blessings, prayers to be recited at the gravesite of the righteous and more
The Hebrew word for prayer, tefilah means "to judge." It also means "attachment"
Many people want to talk to G-d these days. What if you’re not sure He exists?
Squeezing Out the Jewish Heart
I can’t forget Reb Meir Levitt, the oldest member of our minyan in the 1990s. He was a survivor of Auschwitz, his life spared not only because he worked as a tailor, but through many open miracles which he would recount in awe. As he aged, his memory reac...
A Parable of the Baal Shem Tov
For there was no person to whom the king felt greater kindred of spirit than to this pauper of paupers…
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