passover | The Holiday of True Freedom - AihsLIT Website

Passover | The holiday of true freedom

Key Notes: What is true freedom? Sometimes we think we are free but really we aren’t. Passover teaches us that having what we want whenever we want, does not always translate into true freedom. If we are not able to overcome our temptations when we need to, then we are actually enslaved to our temptation. Read more about Passover | The holiday of true freedom[…]

This world can never give us absolute joy - Parshat Shemini

This World Can Never Give Us Absolute Joy – Parshat Shemini

Key Notes: THIS WORLD CAN NEVER GIVE US ABSOLUTE JOY! An inspiring message on the sorrow of sergeant Alex Sasaki Z”l whilst experiencing the joy of our newborn nephew, and the connection to this weeks Torah portion Shemini. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

Should We Be Afraid of What People Think – Parshat Pikudei

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[…]

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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:

Don't Look At The Glass Half Full, Get A Smaller Glass, Parshat Mishpatim - AishLIT Website

Don’t Look At Your Glass Half Full, Get A Smaller Glass – Parshat Mishpatim

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 Please follow and like us:

Dreams of Perfection or Imperfection - Parshat Yitro - AishLIT Website

Dreams of Perfection or Imperfection – Parshat Yitro

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 Please follow and like us:

We Create The Atmosphere Not The Circumstance, Parshat Beshalach - AishLIT Website

We Create The Atmosphere Not The Circumstance, Parshat Beshalach

a Key Notes: A beautiful insight to Parshat Beshalach, discussing how we create the atmosphere and not the circumstance. Learn from the story of Egypt what we can and cannot change, as talked about by Rabbi Jack and Shira Melul. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

Why my 2019 resolution is no resolution!

Why My 2019 Resolution Is No Resolution

a Key Notes: 2019s resolution should have no resolution. A beautiful insight to the Torah portion of Shemot and Vaera. Today more then ever humanity needs to allow themselves to think. That is exactly what the evil inclination doesn’t want us to do. It will do everything to ensure we avoid thinking about our reality. Read more about Why My 2019 Resolution Is No Resolution[…]

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[…]

Why Is Gratitude Sometimes So Difficult, Parshat Vayishlach - AishLIT Website

Why Is Gratitude Sometimes So Difficult – Parshat Vayishlach

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT give an insight into the obstacles of gratitude and the message learnt from one of the most profound prayers of all. The prayer of Jacob in Parshat Vayishclach. Featuring a special emoji insight. Shabbat Shalom, AishLIT Please follow and like us:

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[…]

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:

Mankinds Greatest Mistakes Were Made with Good Intentions - AishLIT Website

Mankinds Greatest Mistakes Were Made with Good Intentions

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul of AishLIT discuss how mankinds greatest mistakes were made with good intentions. Understand why it happened with a few examples of great people, and how we can view those mistakes differently. 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[…]

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:

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![…]

Pray To Avoid Negative Thinking, Parshat Shelach - AishLIT Website

Pary To Avoid Negative Thinking – Parshat Shelach

Key Notes: In this week’s video we learn the power of pray and how one should pary tp avoid negative thinking. In parshat Shelach we learn how two of the spies were not influenced by the negative thinking of the other ten. They prayed! It is that important that we will change our name and Read more about Pary To Avoid Negative Thinking – Parshat Shelach[…]

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