Events take place Oct. 25 and 26.
The more we value the important things, the more we will live them, talk about them and teach them to our family.
Alex and Alina Portnoy also to be honored.
She always thought she knew who she was.
Tisha B’Av is a hard sell to congregants. Is that why synagogues ignore it?
Why is Israel’s capital, Jerusalem not recognized by any country in the world? Come to an event May 15th at Oakridge Country Club to learn why, and what to do about it.
How was it possible for the Torah to so accurately predict such things? Was it so obvious that Jews had a big “Kick me” sign painted on their collective foreheads even 3000 years ago?
As AISH-MN Rabbi Da-vid Rosenthal explains: “Hashem has a plan, we need to relax and enjoy the ride.”
The idea of “arguing” with G-d is a central part of Judaism. We are not meant to be robots, not meant to passively watch as Hashem’s plan plays itself out. We are meant to take initiative – fight the trend, push the limits. Become a partner in fixing the world.
AISH Rabbi Da-vid Rosenthal gets us thinking about the things we don’t usually think about – the good stuff we take for granted.