Life is About Making The Ordinary Extraordinary - AishLIT Website

Life Is About Making The Ordinary Extraordinary – Parshat Tezaveh

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 Please follow and like us:

How To Become A Better Person - Parshat Vayechi - AishLIT Website

How To Become A Better Person – Parshat Vayechi

Key Notes: In Parshat vayechi we learn the Torah’s guidance to becoming a better person. All of our personalities are inter- related. If we are able to focus on improving what we are best at we will improve what we are worst at. Taken from Alei Shur Aleph p145. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and Read more about How To Become A Better Person – Parshat Vayechi[…]

Importance of Jewish Community and Personal Growth, by Sam Aaron - AishLIT Website

Importance of Jewish Community and Personal Growth

Written By: Sam Aaron When I was asked if I would be interested in writing a blog post for the AishLit community, I was thrilled. Why? Because I love this community and any opportunity that I have to give back to this community gives me a sense of fulfillment. It really does feel good to Read more about Importance of Jewish Community and Personal Growth[…]

Saying “i don’t know” Is A Strength Not A Weakness. Parshat Chukat From The Kotel!

Key Notes: In this week’s video we hear Rabbi Jack Melul all the way from the Kotel in Israel discuss why saying “i don’t know” is a strength not a weakness and Parshat Chukat. Listen to hear why is it good that some mitzvot can’t be explained to their full extent? What can that teach Read more about Saying “i don’t know” Is A Strength Not A Weakness. Parshat Chukat From The Kotel![…]

melul girls singing mah nishtana - AishLIT Website

Melul Girls Singing Mah Nishtana

Key Notes: Feel the Passover vibes with the Melul girls singing mah nishtana. Join Rabbi Jack Melul as he explains why we wish each other a happy and kosher Passover. Why don’t we just say Happy Passover or Chag Sameyach like we would for any other Jewish holiday? Mah Nishtana background song by SHTARMUSIC – Read more about Melul Girls Singing Mah Nishtana[…]