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This unique Parsha podcast is filled with machshava, deep philosophical Jewish thought, based on traditional sources, from the ancient to the recent. All of the ideas are rooted in Torah tradition, filled with a spiritual message that is potent and poignant for the times.

Parsha Podcast with Ari Goldwag Pure Soul

    • Judentum

This unique Parsha podcast is filled with machshava, deep philosophical Jewish thought, based on traditional sources, from the ancient to the recent. All of the ideas are rooted in Torah tradition, filled with a spiritual message that is potent and poignant for the times.

    Vaera - Seize the Moment

    Vaera - Seize the Moment

    What is meant in the verse when it says to command the Israelites to let them out of Egypt? Why are they being commanded at this time for something that will not be practical for another 54 years? Why is the idea of releasing one's Israelite slaves during Shmitah so much more severe because it was commanded at the point of leaving Egypt? How can we take moments of inspiration and hold on to them for ourselves? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 24 Min.
    Shemos - Appreciating Life

    Shemos - Appreciating Life

    Why did Iyov receive such great difficulties for doing something better than Bilaam, who received a quick death? How can we appreciate the amazing good fortune Hashem bestows upon us in that He gives us life? How can we face our challenges with positivity, and even thank Him for those difficulties? What do our sages mean when they say that a moment in this world doing repentance and good deeds is greater than all the world to come? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 27 Min.
    Vayechi - Shema Yisrael

    Vayechi - Shema Yisrael

    What is represented by the fact that Yakov is unable to reveal the End Times to his children? Why do they respond by saying 'Shema Yisrael?' Why does the Gemara Berachos begin with the concept of saying Shema? Why specifically does the Torah speak first of saying Shema at night? What is the idea behind the 'roaring' of Hashem in the night, when He laments the exile of his children? How does Shema rectify this? What is the difference between Hashem's lament in the night time as opposed to what He says when the Jewish people gather in synagogues and study halls to praise Him? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 22 Min.
    Vayigash - Shechina in Exile

    Vayigash - Shechina in Exile

    What is the idea of Hashem's assurance to Yakov that He will accompany him into the exile? Why does Onkelos uncharacteristically translate Hashem's descent literally, as opposed to referring to Hashem's honor? How do we understand the dichotomy of the exile being a place where Hashem's presence is hidden, and yet the Divine Presence and Providence is increased? What is the idea behind the special Providence that only Yosef received, being the first of the Jewish people to enter exile? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 23 Min.
    Mikeitz - Waiting for Justice

    Mikeitz - Waiting for Justice

    What is the idea behind all the injustices Yosef must endure, despite his great righteousness? What is the end result of Potifar's treachery to his faithful servant Yosef? Why is Yosef able to recognize his brothers, but they do not recognize him? What is the end result of Yosef's commitment to absolute truth in the face of years of seeming injustice? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 24 Min.
    Vayeshev - Chanukah and Yosef

    Vayeshev - Chanukah and Yosef

    Why does the Torah repeat the theme of a beautiful person experiencing a challenge as a result of their beauty - be it Sarah, Rivkah, Dina or Yosef? What is the difference between all other cultures in the way that they show their prominence as opposed to the Jewish culture? How does the story of Yosef parallel this idea? What is the idea behind the candles of Chanukah? Find out in this week's Parsha Podcast.

    • 22 Min.

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