Be There For Yourself, Parshat Toldot - AishLIT Website

Be There For Yourself – Parshat Toldot

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT talk about this week’s Torah portion, Parshat Toldot, and the importance of being there for yourself. An inspiring message for this coming shabbat. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

Living A Good Life, Parshat Chyei Sarah - AishLIT Website

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:

whats greater the challenge of the wealthy or the challenge of the poor - AsihLIT Website

What’s Greater The Challenge of The Wealthy or The Challenge of The Poor

Key Notes: In this week’s video we hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT discuss what’s greater? The challenge of the wealthy or the challenge of the poor? as it relates to Parshat Ekev. Enjoy. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

The Miracle Of Israel In The Torah - AishLIT Website

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[…]

Rights Vs Obligations - AishLIT Website

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[…]

Doing Jewish and Chanuka - AishLIT Website

Doing Jewish and Chanuka

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul talk about an important message that Jacob (יעקב) first shared with his brother, and how it connects to the story of Chanuka (חנוכה). After running away from his brother, Jacob lived with his uncle Lavan (לבן), who was an evil guy. Years later he tells his brother that he Read more about Doing Jewish and Chanuka[…]

The Power of Free Time - AishLIT Website

The Power Of Free Time

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul talk about the great power of free time. Not for rest or quite, but rather as a defining tool of who you are and how you are seen. From parashat vayetz (ויצא) we learn that Jacob ( יעקב) had to leave his brother Esou (עשו). Rather than telling the Read more about The Power Of Free Time[…]