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Rabbi Manis Friedman is a world-renowned author, lecturer and philosopher; and co-founder of Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies. He also served as simultaneous translator for the live televised talks by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
The "False Gods" of Our Day and Age
This 6-part series looks at the "false gods" of American society: money, love, self, happiness, equality and celebrity.
A talk to a group visit to the Ohel, the resting place of the Rebbe, for prayers on behalf of the hostages and IDF soldiers.
Reframe how we look at the facts of reality as positive truths. A lecture on what it really means to be Jewish as we approach the New Year.
The Chassidic approach to preparing for the High Holidays and the New Year during the month of Elul offers a novel and revolutionary perspective to a time formerly associated with dread, fear and guilt.
Rabbi Manis Friedman shares a glimpse into the Rebbe’s vision and historic impact as portrayed in how the Rebbe unmuted the Jewish world and gave us back our voice. A talk on the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit at an evening of tribute near the Rebbe’s Ohel (resting pl...
Join Rabbi Manis Friedman as he examines one of the most perplexing questions we have. Why do bad things happen, period?
Does faith ever make you uncomfortable? Rabbi Manis Friedman tackles all this head-on and addresses the fundamental beliefs and ideas of Judaism.
Reflecting on the aftermath of the horrific tragedies of Parkland and the Pittsburgh synagogue shootings, and grappling with the painful questions of how people doing good deeds can be the victims.
Reflections on the Daily "Hayom Yom"
Study the daily entries of "Hayom Yom," a book of short daily insights which was compiled by the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, in 1942.
Maimonides states that we should not think that the messianic necessitates the suspension of nature. This tells us something very profound about the effect we have on world via doing mitzvahs.
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