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SoulWords provides Torah classes and lectures from renowned teacher, Rabbi Shais Taub, on a wide range of spiritual topics.

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SoulWords provides Torah classes and lectures from renowned teacher, Rabbi Shais Taub, on a wide range of spiritual topics.

    Yom Kippur—Recycle Your Guilt

    Yom Kippur—Recycle Your Guilt

    A pre-Yom Kippur talk on the necessity of rising above toxic shame and embracing teshuvah with joy.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Vayelech: Hidden Joy

    Vayelech: Hidden Joy

    What does the Torah portion of Vayeilech reveal about the hidden joy within Shabbos Shuvah?







    Based on Sefer HaSichos 5749 pp. 6-7.

    • 27 min
    Rosh Hashanah—Business or Personal?

    Rosh Hashanah—Business or Personal?

    Is your relationship with Hashem business or personal? As we head into the Shmita year it is important for each one of us to answer this question. Rabbi Shais Taub explains why.

    • 30 min
    Message to FSRC Alumni Before Rosh Hashanah

    Message to FSRC Alumni Before Rosh Hashanah

    Rabbi Shais Taub talks about creating a meaningful yom tov for those recovering from trauma.

    • 9 min
    Chinuch—Our Children Our Future

    Chinuch—Our Children Our Future

    The Rebbe's "Education Campaign" (Mivtzah Chinuch) is remarkable in a number of ways including the idea that children are not only supposed to receive an education but also act as educators themselves. This class describes the history of this campaign as well as its connection to the Lag B'Omer parades, children's rallies, and the Twelve Pesukim.







    Eleventh in a series of classes on the mitzvah campaigns ("Mivtzaim") of the Rebbe and part of the "Every Home a Sanctuary" initiative at Chabad of the Five Towns. Dedicated in memory of Dina Leah Rosenzweig OB"M.

    • 46 min
    Re'eh: Blessing or Curse?

    Re'eh: Blessing or Curse?

    Is everything G-d does really for the good? If so, are we meant to always feel that way?







    Two classic Aramaic translations of a single word represent two different perspectives on evil.







    Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 19, pp. 133-139.

    • 30 min

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