Answer me, my God – Help me! I need you God, and I need you NOW! Sitting in darkness, looking for light. First in a series on thoughts for the month of Elul by Rochi Lerner, host of Torah Sessions on OURadio.org. For part 2 click here For part 3 click here
What are you sorry for? Viduy is not only to confess one’s sins, it also includes expressing the greatness of God & thanking him for all He has given us despite our unworthiness. Third in a series on repentance by Rabbi Moishe Lichtenstein, host of Water-Cooler Questions on OURadio.org. Email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For part 1 […]
Rosh Hashana – an accounting in this world and the world to come, with Rabbi Pinchas Winston, host of OU Radio shows Redemption and Nefesh HaChaim. On Rosh Hashanah someone worthy of the world to come is punished in this world. If he isn’t, then he is rewarded for his good deeds in this world.
An expression of gratitude, an appreciation of God, the need to at least try- A look at special prayers of Elul and the High Holidays with Rabbi Mayer Waxman, Assistant National Director of Yachad/The National Jewish Council for Disabilities.
Usually preventative measures are rabbinic, however when it comes to falsehood, even the Torah itself tells us to distance ourselves from it. A shiur by Rabbi Yosef Grossman, OU Director of Kosher Education and host of The Good Vort on OURadio.org. Recorded live at OU World Headquarters NY, NY September 10, 2008.
For part 1 click here How do you heal the breach in your relationship with God and see past your biases to approach Him? Healing starts with illness. You need to muster the will to overcome your dejection and believe salvation is right around the corner. Spiritual Healing: Part II – Second in a series […]
The second step of teshuva is to feel remorse (charatah) over having sinned. How does it work? We have to realize our wrongdoings & attempt to repair. Second in a series on repentance by Rabbi Moishe Lichtenstein, host of Water-Cooler Questions on OURadio.org. Email questions to email@example.com. For part 1 click here For part 3 […]
Are you mochel me? Do you forgive me? A common question in the month of Elul. Hear about the other side of the coin – the obligation to forgive – with Rabbi Chaim Goldberg, Rabbinic Coordinator, OU Kosher