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TYH Nation Presents
Tachlis, What's My Avoda?

HaRav Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita is the Rav of Khal Mevakshei Hashem, in Lawrence NY & a major Mashpia on the lives of all who know him and learn from him. He always encourages his talmidim to recognize the deeper and hidden element of life. He teaches that all of our experiences are lessons in Avodas Hashem, & that even in the regular everyday moments, we have to constantly be asking what’s my avoda? What does HASHEM require from me? Listen in as Yakov Wohlgelernter & Reb Yussie explore various areas of life through this perspective.

Tachlis, What's My Avoda‪?‬ TYH Nation

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TYH Nation Presents
Tachlis, What's My Avoda?

HaRav Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita is the Rav of Khal Mevakshei Hashem, in Lawrence NY & a major Mashpia on the lives of all who know him and learn from him. He always encourages his talmidim to recognize the deeper and hidden element of life. He teaches that all of our experiences are lessons in Avodas Hashem, & that even in the regular everyday moments, we have to constantly be asking what’s my avoda? What does HASHEM require from me? Listen in as Yakov Wohlgelernter & Reb Yussie explore various areas of life through this perspective.

    What's the Avoda of War?

    What's the Avoda of War?

    In this episode of “Tachlis, What’s my Avodah”, we get to hear from Reb Yussie Zakutinsky about something that is sure to be on everyone’s mind. How should religious Jews process the current situation in the world?


    It is a time of many questions and Reb Yussie is insightful and practical in talking about these very key ideas.


    We discuss the following topics:
    * How to deal with the uncertainty and anxiety of the current situation
    * How to maintain a sense of connection to Hashem in trying times
    * How to find meaning and purpose in the midst of suffering

    We hope you enjoy and can gain from these ideas.

    • 46 min
    What's the Avoda of Anti-Semitism?

    What's the Avoda of Anti-Semitism?

    TYH Nation Presents Tachlis, What's My Avoda? with HaRav Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita  & Yakov  Wohlgelernter  Episode 3: What's the Avoda of Anti-Semitism? Anti-semitism is something we live with as Jews. We are blessed to live in a period of history where most of the time we experience it differently than previous generations. But every once in a while it rears it’s ugly head and we get a taste of the bitterness of galus. Recently very famous people have expressed views that are hurtful and painful to hear and in this episode we explore with Reb Yussie how we are meant to react and think about this timeless topic.  Exciting announcement! You can now submit questions or topics that you would like to be featured on a future episode of Tachlis, What’s My Avoda?  Email tachlis@tyhnation.com with your ideas.  ----------  HaRav Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita is the Rav of Khal Mevakshei Hashem, in Lawrence NY and a major Mashpia on the lives of all who know him and learn from him. He always encourages his talmidim to recognize the deeper and hidden element of life.  He teaches that all of our experiences are lessons in Avodas Hashem, and that even in the regular everyday moments, we have to constantly be asking what’s my avoda?  What does HASHEM require from me?  Listen in as Yakov Wohlgelernter and Reb Yussie explore various areas of life through this perspective.  Each episode will examine different aspects of everyday life and help us uncover the meaning and beauty within them.  Lisen on Apple Podcast - https://l.tyhnation.com/3BBSZitListen on Spotify - https://l.tyhnation.com/3oTkL29 Farbrengable Studios #thankyouhashem #tyhnation

    • 40 min
    What's the Avoda of Davening?

    What's the Avoda of Davening?

    TYH Nation Presents

    Tachlis, What's My Avoda?

    with HaRav Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita  & Yakov  Wohlgelernter

    Episode 2: What's the Avoda of Davening?

    Listen in as Reb Yussie explains deep insights on what we are meant to be doing when we daven. Davening is so central to what we do but often we can feel disconnected from the experience.  Simply going through the motions can’t be what Hashem wants of us, so what are we meant to be thinking and how does my tefilla change anything? We also got a chance to discuss Chinuch in general and especially as it relates to prayer. We also got a chance to talk about how a father or mother can impart the importance of davening on their children and what to do about kids who struggle with it.

    Exciting announcement! You can now submit questions or topics that you would like to be featured on a future episode of Tachlis! What’s my avoda?

    Email tachlis@tyhnation.com with your ideas.

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    HaRav Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita is the Rav of Khal Mevakshei Hashem, in Lawrence NY and a major Mashpia on the lives of all who know him and learn from him. He always encourages his talmidim to recognize the deeper and hidden element of life.  He teaches that all of our experiences are lessons in Avodas Hashem, and that even in the regular everyday moments, we have to constantly be asking what’s my avoda?  What does HASHEM require from me?  Listen in as Yakov Wohlgelernter and Reb Yussie explore various areas of life through this perspective.  Each episode will examine different aspects of everyday life and help us uncover the meaning and beauty within them.

    Lisen on Apple Podcast - https://l.tyhnation.com/3BBSZit

    Listen on Spotify - https://l.tyhnation.com/3oTkL29

    Farbrengable Studios

    #thankyouhashem #tyhnation

    • 56 min
    What's the avoda of falling off a scooter?

    What's the avoda of falling off a scooter?

    TYH Nation Presents
    Tachlis, What's My Avoda?
    with HaRav Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita  & Yakov  Wohlgelernter

    Episode 1: What's the avoda of falling off a scooter?

    Listen in as Reb Yussie explores how we are meant to think when bad things happen.  Even if we can get over the first hurdle and we know that it happened from Hashem, now we have to process what does it mean for me?  Is it a punishment? A message? What is it?  The first of our free flowing conversations also got into superstition, and why it is a prohibition in the Torah.  As the conversation progresses, Reb Yussie  shares an incredible insight about one minute divrei chizzuk style ideas and explains two different approaches to connecting to ones Rebbi, The Tzaddik, a teacher, or a mentor.

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    HaRav Rabbi Yussie Zakutinsky Shlita is the Rav of Khal Mevakshei Hashem, in Lawrence NY and a major Mashpia on the lives of all who know him and learn from him. He always encourages his talmidim to recognize the deeper and hidden element of life.  He teaches that all of our experiences are lessons in Avodas Hashem, and that even in the regular everyday moments, we have to constantly be asking what’s my avoda?  What does HASHEM require from me?  Listen in as Yakov Wohlgelernter and Reb Yussie  explore various areas of life through this perspective.  Each episode will examine different aspects of everyday life and help us uncover the meaning and beauty within them.

    Farbrengable Studios

    • 48 min

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