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78. Being Angry On Purpose: Emunah on the Ground, With Sarit Shear
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Sarit Share returns with profound insight on energy healing and how to be angry in a healthy and productive way. You don't want to miss this one.
77. Ben Shapiro: The Courage To Be Disliked
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Ben Shapiro is the largest conservative podcast and radio show in the nation. He is the author of eight nonfiction books, including the #1 New York Times best-seller, The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great.
Dubbed as "a foe of extraordinary polemical agility" by The Washington Post, Shapiro became a nationally syndicated columnist at age 17 and is one of the most requested speakers on college campuses across the country—despite facing violent opposition by protestors. He graduated UCLA with a bachelor in political science and then Harvard Law School in 2007, before marrying his wife in 2008. The two have been blessed with four children, including the youngest Shapiro born in 2023.
Our discussion with him today is quite distinct from his usual engagements. Here, we're not delving into the realm of politics, but rather, we're exploring a different dimension of thought – the courage to be disliked. Ben’s commitment to pursuing truth and his influence in contemporary politics have made him a prominent voice in the public arena.
The Aftermath of Trauma on Israel's Frontlines, with Dr. Gary Quinn, National Director of the EMDR Institute of Israel.
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In this episode, we have the privilege of introducing you to an extraordinary guest, Dr. Gary Quinn, joining us from Israel. Dr. Quinn is the director of the EMDR Institute and has developed cutting-edge interventions for PTSD, offering crucial help to those in the midst of a crisis. He has traveled extensively throughout Israel, providing invaluable guidance to individuals who have experienced trauma. Dr. Quinn is not only a compassionate healer but also a dedicated professional committed to helping people find their path to recovery, not only by healing wounds but also by guiding them toward reclaiming their strength and resilience.
Israel: Bitachon in Dark Times: Insta Live With Shais Taub
In these challenging times, it's important to acknowledge the pain and suffering that many around the world are going through. Our hearts go out to all those affected by the recent events. Israel, we want you to know that we stand with you, and we feel your pain. It's in moments like these that our shared humanity shines through. We believe in the power of prayer and taking on acts of goodness and kindness, in bringing people together, supporting one another in healing our wounds, and being unified in our mission to build a brighter future.
This episode is the recorded instagram live featuring the esteemed Rabbi Shais Taub, delving into the theme of faith and trust during these challenging times. In this enlightening session, both we, along with our engaged audience, posed thought-provoking questions. Rabbi Taub, a beacon of wisdom, shared his personal insights on how to discover faith and trust, even in the face of the pain experienced by the people of Israel and the land of Israel. This conversation forged a sense of unity, depth, and empowerment, and we sincerely hope it brings upliftment to your life as well."
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74. Faith, Friendship, Business, Fashion, and Everything in Between: With Visionary Entrepreneurs Joyce Azria and Rachie Shnay
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73. Ayekah? Wisdom for the High Holidays (and Beyond): With Rabbi Simon Jacobson
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Ready to uncover the profound wisdom of Rabbi Simon Jacobson on spiritual growth and the curious intertwining of guilt and religion? We're bringing you a soul-stirring conversation that fundamentally reframes how we perceive high holidays - as a time for accountability and nurturing a trusting relationship with God, rather than a time for guilt. Let's shatter the comfort zones together as we embrace new experiences and channel the untapped energy of Rosh Hashanah.
In the heart of our discussion, Rabbi Jacobson illuminates the delicate balance between asking Hashem for our desires and humbly surrendering to His divine plan. He shares invaluable insights into two fundamental steps in Judaism: Iskafya and Ishabhah, that teach us how to transform negative impulses into positive ones and resist indulgence. To top it all, we delve into the deeper meanings of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, revealing how to connect meaningfully with God during these sacred periods.
Wrapping up our enlightening journey, we explore the power of vulnerability, the potential for growth that lies in the disruption of comfort zones, and the true essence of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Rabbi Jacobsen shares moving stories and lessons that will inspire you to live up to his teachings and fulfill your unique mission. So, join us in this thought-provoking episode and discover how you can bring Hashem's light into the world, one day at a time.
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Just heard your last podcast! Although I could understand where they came from it bothered me the idea of fighting is a good thing. I teach brides from the book of Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburg “The Mystery of Marriage,” and I tell them that marriage is not a competition it’s a partnership. Maybe I didn’t understand well this method, but from my own experience 36 happy married years B”H we never fight, we discuss respectfully and always with the other person in mind. We treat each other with much respect and love. I guess there are many ways.
Thank you for your thought provoking podcasts, I enjoy them tremendously.
Thanks for helping me grow
Hi Eda and Rivkah. I have been enjoying your podcast for a while now. I love the interviews, the honesty, the exploration of so many topics, no matter how taboo. I am learning and growing a lot from you. Keep it up. Thanks so much.
Please keep in mind people listen who are not as learned as you and would greatly appreciate and benefit from translation of Hebrew words. Thank you. Love the podcast.