The In Search of More podcast hosted by entrepreneur and activist Eli Nash. Listeners are invited to explore with Eli on his search of more from himself and more from life.
Give and Take - Rabbi Simon Jacobson and Getzy Fellig
We take it for granted. It's a part of life as we know it. There are those who have and those who do not. There are times we have more than enough and times we need to ask for help.
There are areas of our life that we have excess of and we can choose to store, share or some combination thereof and there at the same time, we can have areas of our life that we feel a lack of and we need to rely on others who have excess.
Why does it work this way? What it is all about and what are the perspectives we each need to hold of ourselves and others while on either side of the give or take.
In this episode, Eli is joined by best-selling author Rabbi Simon Jacobson and CEO and Founder Getzy Fellig to discuss the how, the why, and the what of philanthropy.
In Relation - Rabbi Elazar Bloom
Whether we acknowledge it or not, we are relational beings. We are designed for connection, interdependency and relationships.
While some of us gravitate to it more naturally or accept it as a need more obviously, anyone who has spent time in solitary confinement knows that human beings are not meant to be alone.
It is precisely for this reason, that many of our deepest wounds are created in relationships. It is also for this reason that our deepest healing often happens in relationships.
In this episode, Eli is joined by licensed clinician and Rabbi, Elazar Bloom for a discussion on relationships and everything that comes along with it.
Connect with Elazar Bloom at: https://www.elazarbloom.com/
Lessons Learned - Where Chasidic Philosophy and Modern Psychology Meet
As a follow-up to the last episode, Eli is joined once again by Rabbi Simon Jacobson to have a discussion at the intersection of Chassidic philosophy and modern psychology. Joining the conversation is Devorah Kamman. Divi is a Yale graduate, and psychiatric practitioner specializing in eating disorders and associated mood and trauma-related health conditions.
Press play to listen to Eli and his guests take a deep dive into the relationship between Chasidic philosophy and modern psychology.
Apply Within - Can Chassidic Philosophy be applied to Mental Health Challenges?
In this episode, Eli sits with Rabbi Simon Jacobson a foremost expert on the Rebbe's teachings and also the host of a weekly series called Chassidus Applied focused on applying Chassidic teachings to daily challenges and experiences. Together they discuss coping with life's challenges, especially mental health challenges through the lens of Chassidic Philosophy
The State of Israel - A Discussion on Israel & Anti-Semitism in the United States
In this episode, Eli has an important and timely discussion on Israel, anti-Semitism and a response to current events.
He's joined by guest Leibel Mangel, a former IDF soldier who has traveled the country speaking on behalf of Israel and is the Director of Magen Am USA, Inc (Hebrew for “Nations Shield”) a Non-profit that is dedicated to the creation of essential armed security teams within the Jewish community, has vowed to be on the front lines.
A Legacy for Yocheved Gourarie
Yocheved Gourarie radiated kindness with her entire being. Even though she personally bore immense emotional pain, her battle with mental illness never prevented her from uplifting others with empathy and authenticity.
Six months after Yocheved took her life on what would have been her 25th birthday, Eli sat down with Yocheved's parents and brother to talk about her legacy and the launch of the Kindness Award which is administered by The Meaningful Life Center, seeks to recognize teachers, classmates or childhood friend who has demonstrated compassion and kindness in a life-impacting way.
My favorite podcast! So glad this launched.
These podcasts cover topics that most are afraid to discuss. It’s very enlightening, and I’ve learned a whole lot by listening! And it’s an enjoyable listen :)
Very informative so far. Great conversations about topics not often discussed.