Rabbi David Fohrman ● Part 1 of 6 ●11 min video
Can morning prayers be meaningful and routine? Even better, what if you could find inspiration in the routine itself? In this video, Rabbi Fohrman suggests how davening shacharit specifically in the morning can be a powerful catalyst for genuine, sincere prayer.
Rabbi David Fohrman ● 41 min video
The High Holidays are a time for repentance, but introspection can easily slip into overwhelm when it comes to facing our flaws. Can a deeper look at the 13 Attributes of Mercy help us find the true path to forgiveness?
Rabbi David Fohrman ● Part 1 of 3 ●1 hour, 6 min video
The language the rabbis use to introduce the Sabbath Amidah prayers serves as a commentary on these biblical verses. These introductions show us how to read the verses and give us some insight into the meaning of the sabbath... join Rabbi Fohrman as he selves into the sage's words and uncovers The Meaning of the Sabbath Prayers.
Ami Silver ● 9 min video
Brachot are everywhere in our everyday lives. We need to understand what bracha really means – not to see them as annoying burdens or religious dues we need to pay to God, but to recognize God in our world and our lives. Having them makes our lives more blessed.
Rabbi David Fohrman ● Part 1 of 7 ●56 min video
We add the prayer service of Hallel on holidays, but what exactly are we saying? Is it just a collection of Psalms? In this course, Rabbi Fohrman argues that not only are we learning what it is to be a servant of God, but we are also discovering the origins of the nation of Israel.
Immanuel Shalev ● 13 min video
Frantically flipping pages and mumbling words — for many this experience is familiar in our daily prayers. Our days are busy, difficult, and tiring. As a result, our prayers lose priority and, slowly, meaning. But it doesn’t have to be this way. There’s another way to think about prayer in our modern lives that is rich with meaning and inspiration. Join us as we explore the themes and rituals of prayer in our holy texts and rabbinic teachings and discover how they relate to our lives today — and never think about your daily prayer the same way again.
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