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[…]

Mastering Fear - Parshat Veyetzei - AishLIT Website

Mastering Fear – Parshat Veyetzei

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT talk about this week’s Torah portion, Parshat Veyetzie, and how we can all learn the art of mastering fear. Every feeling and emotion we have as humans is there for a good reason. Including fear. Just like any other character/middah, we want the feeling of fear to Read more about Mastering Fear – Parshat Veyetzei[…]

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Living A Good Life – Parshat Chayei Sarah

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul discuss a beautiful idea form this week’s Torah Portion, Parshat Chayei Sarah. Talking about living a good life and choosing to see the good that is in every day. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

Watch This Before You Petition Against Plastic Straws - AishLIT

Watch This Before You Petition Against Plastic Straws

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT discuss the matter of plastic straws and the petition against them in the current state that calls for their banning. See how they relate to the Torah and Judaism and learn the Jewish view on the safe keeping of the environment and the world. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Read more about Watch This Before You Petition Against Plastic Straws[…]

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The Miracle Of Israel In The Torah

Key Notes: In this week’s Torah portion we learn that the land of Israel will always be desolate as long as the Jewish people aren’t living there. Indeed for the past 2000 years the land of Israel was desolate. We are watching the miraculous predictions of the Torah all given to us well before the Read more about The Miracle Of Israel In The Torah[…]

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How To Make Your Priority A Priority

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 03/13/2018 How To Make your priority a priority – Time Management If we have just one priority on our minds, how many people would say they are too busy to do it? People can say they procrastinate knowing they have time to get it done, but that is not Read more about How To Make Your Priority A Priority[…]

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Passover

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 03/06/2018 Passover Passover is fast approaching, and 30 days before Passover starts it says shoalim vedorshim behilchot pesach – you ask and talk about the laws of Passover. In this generation people often times feel the need to travel the world. Shira Melul once met David Yarus, the creator Read more about Passover[…]

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Respect

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 02/06/2018 Respect In this week’s Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays, Rabbi Jack Melul focused on the topic of respect. Mainly discussing self-respect and respect to others. Here are two simple questions, why is it important to be respectful? Why is it so powerful? The answer is, it has a Read more about Respect[…]

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Rights vs Obligations

Key Notes: In Judaism we know that there is no such thing as rights. No one has rights. However, we do have obligations. If something is yours you are obligated to look after it and take care of it. This week we are coming into the 10 commandments, and what it teaches us is that Read more about Rights vs Obligations[…]

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Why Are Jews So Obsessed With Egypt

Key Notes: The Nachmanides at the end of Parshat Bo (בא) asks the question, what is it with the Jewish obsession with Egypt? We left Egypt over 3000 years ago and yet we still relive the story every year. We, put it on the tefillin (תפילין) we wear first thing in the morning, put it Read more about Why Are Jews So Obsessed With Egypt[…]