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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: 0 20

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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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Valentine Inspiration and Parshat Terumah

Key Notes: In this week’s video Rabbi Jack Melul discusses valentine inspiration and Parshat Terumah (פרשת תרומה). Life is filled with inspiration. Many begnning start with a burst of inspiration. The question is how can we maintain that inspiration? Can you count how many books have you read but did not finish? How many ideas Read more about Valentine Inspiration and Parshat Terumah[…]

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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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Being Healthy In Your Mind

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 01/30/2018 Being Healthy In Your Mind In this week of Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays the discussion of health continued, but with a little twist and connection to the holiday of Tu B’shvat (טו בשבט). The official topic, Torah and Mental Health. A healthy body and a healthy mind Read more about Being Healthy In Your Mind[…]

Why Are Jews So Obsessed With Egypt - AishLIT Website

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[…]

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Torah and Healthy Living

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 01/16/2018 Torah and Healthy Living – The Jewish perspective on fitness, diet, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle In this week’s Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays, Rabbi Jack Melul discussed the importance of healthy living and how it relates to Judaism. In Today’s world we have easy access to a Read more about Torah and Healthy Living[…]

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Gratitude Redefined, God Doesn’t Need Your Thank You

Key Notes: This weeks Torah portion discuses Moshe (משה) and Aharon (אהרון). When Moshe was told to bring the plagues to the Egyptians two of them were carried out by his brother, Aharon. The reason Aharon carried out the plague of blood was due to Moshe being saved by water and therefore not wanting to Read more about Gratitude Redefined, God Doesn’t Need Your Thank You[…]

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Why We Are The Chosen Ones and What It Means

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 01/09/2018 Why We Are The Chosen Ones and What It Means In this week Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays Rabbi Jack Melul discussed the topic of “Why We Are The Chosen Ones and What It Means,” taken from a lecture given by Rabbi Benzion Klatzko. As Jews it is Read more about Why We Are The Chosen Ones and What It Means[…]

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Epigenetics and The Spiritual Gene We Learn From Moshe Rabeinu

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul discuss a beautiful message we learn from Moshe Rabeinu regarding DNA. As it is scientifically known we all get DNA from our parents that is passed to our children. The Torah teaches us that the actions we do and that others do to us changes our DNA as well. Read more about Epigenetics and The Spiritual Gene We Learn From Moshe Rabeinu[…]

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The Chanukah Story of Our Generation

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 12/12/2017 The Chanukah Story of Our Generation There are only 3-5 humans in the world that count as super-humans when it comes to Torah. Halachicly (הילכתי) they are the ones that you can go to find out information and receive advice from. Rabbi Ovadya Yosef zt’l is one of Read more about The Chanukah Story of Our Generation[…]

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The Common Jewish Questions People Have

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 12/05/2017 The Common Questions People Have At Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesday from December 5th, 2017 the focus was on the 10 most typical questions people ask in regards to Judaism. Rabbi Jack Melul answered a couple based on audience choice. The 10 questions are as followed: 1. What’s Read more about The Common Jewish Questions People Have[…]

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Why Are Human Beings So Complicated

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 11/28/2017 Why Are Human Beings So Complicated Why are human beings so complicated? As humans we get embarrassed from practically everything. Tripping over something in the street or walking in the wrong direction. How many times did you realize you forgot something in the middle of walking and had Read more about Why Are Human Beings So Complicated[…]

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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[…]

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The Growing Popularity of Yoga and Meditations In A Multi Tasking Generation

Taco, Tequila, and Torah Tuesdays – 11/21/2017 The Growing Popularity of Yoga and Meditations In A Multi Tasking Generation Imagine living 300 years ago in a world that was constantly unplugged. electricity did not exist, and there was nothing even close to phones and computers for people to be religiously connected to. In that world Read more about The Growing Popularity of Yoga and Meditations In A Multi Tasking Generation[…]

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Making It Yours

Key Notes: Hear Rabbi Jack Melul discuss two important messages we could all learn from Jacob (יעקב). One focuses on bad influence, the other on making it yours. In mystical Jewish teaching we are taught that when a woman is pregnant, an angel teaches the baby the whole torah (תורה). When Rivkah (רבקה) was pregnant Read more about Making It Yours[…]

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