The AishLIT mission is to introduce the deeper meaning and relevance of Judaism to 21st century Jewish college students and young professionals. We provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities in a setting that is both welcoming and comfortable.
Using private and public events, classes, one-on-one meetings, and worldwide trips that are all Jewish based and focused. Generating a community, networking platforms, and new relationships for individuals in Los Angeles.
Key Notes: A beautiful insight to Parshat Pikudei by Rabbi Jack and Shira Melul. The Torah goes out of its way to repeat the description of the tabernacle all in order to describe how the money was used. Moses was appointed to the money. This teaches a great lesson. Even if you are trustworthy like Read more about Should We Be Afraid of What People Think – Parshat Pikudei[…]
Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP6 | Exclusive Dating, Differences, and Talking Marriage When should a date be exclusive? What do you do if you date someone from a different religious background? If you are Jewish should you marry Jewish? Why do people fear marriage? I hope you enjoy! We sure had fun! We are following Read more about Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP6 | Exclusive Dating, Differences, and Talking Marriage[…]
Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP5 | DATING – Red Flags and What Is Love What is a red flag in dating? Why is it so hard to see a red flag? What is love? how can you get true love? I hope you enjoy! We sure had fun! We are following the direction of a Read more about Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP5 | DATING – Red Flags and What Is Love[…]
Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP4 | Dating PART TWO When do you ask for a second date? When and how do you let the other side know you are not a good match? Whilst dating or after? Why can’t people commit? Is ghosting ever good? This class was discussion based. THE SOUND QUALITY FOR THIS Read more about Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP4 | Dating PART TWO[…]
Key Notes: A beautiful insight to Parshat Tezaveh by Rabbi Jack and Shira Melul Learn from the clothes of the kohanim that ordinary things are extraordinary! Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT
Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP3 | Secrets of The Ten Commandments What is unique about the 10 commandments? What have they given to our society? Are there 10 commandments or 613?
In the physical world we build the external before the internal. In the spiritual world we build the internal before the external. Allow me to explain. When someone builds a house they don’t make the furniture first, they make the house first and then they bring in the furniture. A house is a physical thing. Read more about Internal Vs External, Weekly Devar – 3 Adar I[…]
Key Notes: A beautiful insight into Parshat Mishpatim, by Rabbi Jack and Shira Melul. Instead of looking at the glass half full, get a smaller glass! If it starts overflowing you can always get a bigger one! Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT
Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP2 | 5 Ways To Overcome Laziness This is a continuation of the first podcast! Enjoy 5 ways we can overcome laziness. They are 1.Focus. (don’t try and grasp too much) 2. Education and appreciation (we are active with things we understand and appreciate) 3. Action. (It sounds cliche but increasing Read more about Relatable Judaism Podcast | EP2 | 5 Ways To Overcome Laziness[…]
Key Notes: A beautiful insight into Parshat Yitro by Rabbi Jack and Shira Melul of AishlIT. Many times our dreams of perfection can be an imperfection as it comes in expense of something more important. Stay tuned to learn why and how. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT