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Yitzchok Schochet

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Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet is the rabbi of Mill Hill Synagogue, London, UK; member of the chief rabbi’s cabinet; and chairman of the Rabbinical Council.
What makes a narcissist? Explore how arrogance and ego is the bane of life and the source of all our conflict, and uncover the formula to reach beyond self.
Discover the power of your mind and thoughts to determine your own positive reality. Internalizing the essence of Divine Providence leads to a happier disposition in knowing that Hashem has your back.
An inspiring talk by Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet at an evening of Jewish unity in Pittsburgh following the tragedy of the Tree of Life shooting.
The single greatest challenge to faith is when experiencing tragedy or loss. Can we make sense of the bad things that happen in our world, and how should we deal with these challenges? What is the Jewish approach when faced with grief and suffering? Must ...
Explore the essence of faith
Must we accept belief in G-d blindly? What role does faith play in a modern day world? Discover how to bring the G-dly back into a G-dless society and communicate faith in the face of adversity.
The Rosh Hashanah for Chassidus
Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet presents, at a 19 Kislev gathering in Chicago, how to tap into the tremendous power this day affords us to overcome our challenges, both from within and without, especially in a year of Hakhel and unity.
Looking Beyond the Labels
Our strength as a people has always lied in our unity, but what is the key to transcending our differences? Rabbi Yitzchok Schochet explores the danger of religious prejudice and judgmental tendencies, and the fundamental imperative to foster loving respe...
Can there be anything more beautiful than young love?
One of the greatest challenges of married life is the notion that familiarity breeds contempt. While things may be bliss at the outset, the routine engenders boredom, listlessness, and eventually indifference.
An Evening of Tribute to Rabbi and Mrs. J. Immanuel Schochet
Rabbi Yitzchak Schochet ponders the meaning of the Jewish adage "Think good, it will be good" -- the theme of the dinner held in tribute to his parents, Rabbi and Mrs. J. Immanuel Schochet -- and reveals the interesting background of a broken dining room ...
Why do we need to study kabbalah, the esoteric dimension of the Torah, and what is ‘kosher kabbalah’?
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