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Rabbi Shais Taub is a noted speaker, author, and columnist, who serves as scholar-in-residence of Chabad of the Five Towns. His talks and classes may be seen on SoulWords.org.
When God takes note of what is going on in the world, it’s not like a person who gets caught up in counting the cracks in the ceiling tiles, and is mentally absorbed in something outside of himself.
We are free to choose whether or not to comply with God’s will for us, but we don’t ask God to prove that His will is valid. It is as valid as He is.
The main purpose is to fully restore our relationship with God. Judaism calls this process kapparah, which means “cleansing” or “atonement.”
Once he was able to accept his dependence upon something outside of his own ego, he had already begun his journey toward finding God.
The right way to approach the Yom Kippur high.
On Yom Kippur we can experience a spiritual high and transcendent inspiration, but how do we avoid the disappointing crash that may follow this extraordinary high? What can we do to keep the inspiration going for the rest of the year?
Three Central Themes of the Hakhel Year
The year of Hakhel is marked with gatherings to strengthen our Judaism, our connection to G-d and to each other—similar to the mitzvah in Temple times when the king would read from the Torah to inspire all of Israel. Discover Hakhel’s relevance and empowe...
The Quest for Perfection
Radically transform the way you look at yourself and the world around you. Join Rabbi Shais Taub as he presents a Jewish mystical six-step program toward discovering self and purpose, and managing challenges and addictions. (Recorded at Chabad Intown in A...
The Alter Rebbe’s Unique Approach
What is the special contribution of the Chabad approach of chassidus, and what are we meant to accomplish with it?
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