In case you missed them, here are videos to my Aish.com/live sessions during April and May:
Click on this link to hear Rabbi Yaakov Salomon’s presentation on What Should You Do When You Don’t Know What To Do? during The Annual Mark Raiffie Memorial Lecture on June 3, 2020.
This lecture was sponsored in loving memory of Mark by the Raiffie Family. Mark Raiffie’s life was cut short, but his smile, charm and love will be with us forever. His dedication to his family and friends will live on as an inspiration to us all.
We hope you enjoy Robert Walker’s video on HOW TO CHANGE PEOPLE’S MINDS ABOUT ISRAEL.
Co-sponsored by Aish Hatorah of St. Louis and St. Louis Friends of Israel
We hope you enjoy this story about Aish St. Louis that was written in memory of Kalman Packouz zt’l.
“While I considered Kalman a dear friend, I think everyone who ever met him probably felt the same way. That’s who Kalman was. The Jewish Press has 100,000 subscribers. Hopefully our fellow Yidden reading about Kalman will elevate his neshama. Enjoy the article and please do just one more act of chesed today in memory of Kalman Moshe ben Avigdor” — Judy Kalman
Season 1, Episode 4
“Yom Kippur Questions that I’ve
Season 1, Episode 3
“Do You Have Questions About the
Rosh Hashanah Service?”
Season 1, Episode 1 Season 1, Episode 2
“What We Are Praying For and “A Prayer and A Rocket”
Why We Are Addressed”
Torah Portion: V’etchanan
Av 11, 5780
A Life Lesson
Between the Lines
Don’t Give Up
by Nesanel Yoel Safran
Ages 3 – 5 How did Elly feel when it was his turn to go to bat?
Ages 6 – 9 Sometimes when we ask for something we’re refused. When do you think we should keep trying to “get our way” and when is it better to just take “no” for an answer?
Ages 10 + There are times when things really do appear hopeless and it seems totally irrational to believe that things will improve. Why then does the Torah enjoin us to maintain hope even then?
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QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“The mercy we show to others, Heaven will show to us.”
— The Talmud
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JOKE OF THE WEEK
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