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Jewish Holidays

Yom Ha’atzmaut, the day the modern State of Israel was founded is celebrated annually on its Hebrew anniversary – the 5th of Iyar

Reflections on the Tenth Anniversary of the State of Israel

May 2, 2022, by

Reflections of Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik on the Tenth Anniversary of the State of Israel הרהורים לרגל יום העצמאות העשירי של מדינת ישראל SUBTITLES IN BOTH ENGLISH AND HEBREW To turn on subtitles click on CC, and then on gear button to select language. CC עבור כיתוביות, לחצו על ואז על האיקון של הילוכים לבחור את […]

The Land of Hope and Dreams

May 2, 2022, by

What happens when a dream becomes a reality? It loses much of its luster. Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. The dream of returning to the land of Israel is the oldest dream in history. It is a dream that has stirred imaginations across the generations. Despite our dark world, for centuries we preserved […]

Yom Ha’atzmaut: Jewish History Under Construction

April 25, 2022, by

Redemption comes in many varieties. Sometimes it is a rapid swell and sometimes a gentle flow. Sometimes history is overhauled in a heartbeat and other times its revolutions are gradual. Though redemption is often compared to a sunrise, in Psalms chapter 18, King David compares it to the construction of a fortress, reminding us that, […]

Israel: Gateway to Miracles

April 15, 2021, by

  On Yom Ha’atzmaut (Israel Independence Day) we reflect on the miracles of Israeli history and what it means for our lives, wherever we live on G-d’s globe. From The Torah Journey Podcast