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Thoughts on Tisha B’Av: The Jewish Approach to Mourning
Thoughts on Tisha B’Av: The Jewish Approach to Mourning
Thoughts on Tisha B’Av – Rabbi Moshe Zywica – Recorded as part of the OU LIVE Shiurim Webcasts for 9 Days Learn-a-thon on Monday, July 31, 2006. The Jewish approach to...
Aug 2, 2006
By Rabbi Moshe Zywica
Pesach Video Shiur in Sign Language
Pesach Video Shiur in Sign Language
Mordechai Weis presents a video shiur in sign language about the story of Pesach, why it is called Pesach/Passover, and the laws of the holiday.
Apr 8, 2006
By Mordechai Weis
Hadlakat Nerot Chanukah: Where Should One Light?
Hadlakat Nerot Chanukah: Where Should One Light?
Our mobile society presents many challenges with regard to the performance of mitzvot, particularly with regards to the lighting of the menorah. People live in one place, work in another; people...
Dec 23, 2005
By Rabbi Baruch Taub
The Special Relationship between Yom Kippur and Sukkot
The Special Relationship between Yom Kippur and Sukkot
Yom Kippur is about Serving Hashem out of fear while Sukkot is about serving Hashem out of love. The 2 themes aren’t contradictory; they complement each other.
Aug 19, 2005
By Rabbi Michael Rosenzweig
Rabbi Weinreb – Tisha B’Av 5763: Living and Reliving the Experience of Catastrophe
Rabbi Weinreb – Tisha B’Av 5763: Living and Reliving...
Seeing one experience of sorrow triggers memory of another. The churban was about God hiding His face, which we still experience now, 1900 years later. Tisha B’Av Kinot 5763 by Rabbi...
Aug 9, 2005
By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
Rabbi Weinreb: Privileged to Grieve – Empowered to Grow (Tisha B’Av 5758)
Rabbi Weinreb: Privileged to Grieve – Empowered to Grow...
Privileged to Grieve – Empowered to Grow. Intensify, deepen and enhance your understanding of the fast day with this two-hour Tisha B’Av video featuring Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb. Taped live in 5758/1998...
Aug 6, 2005
By Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb
Aneinu & The Essence of a Fast Day
Aneinu & The Essence of a Fast Day
Why do we say Aneinu on both a public fast day such as Tisha B’Av and on a private fast day such as for a dream or a yahrtzeit? Aren’t their purposes different? A...
Jul 21, 2005
By Rabbi Michael Taubes
Recognizing the Mourning Light
Recognizing the Mourning Light
There are 2 different  and distinct concepts: zecher l’mikdash (remembering the Bet HaMikdash) and zecher l’churban (remembering the destruction). Zecher L’Mikdash isn’t about mourning; it’s about focusing on the glory that was...
Jul 21, 2005
By Rabbi Larry Rothwachs
The Churban and Its Aftermath
The Churban and Its Aftermath
A Shiur on The Three Weeks presented by Rabbi Joseph Grunblatt. Why is the current exile so long – the generation that brought it about is long gone? What have the Jews since then...
Jul 20, 2005
By Rabbi Joseph Grunblatt
Kinot and Shirat Ha’azinu
Kinot and Shirat Ha’azinu
Kinot show how we have suffered at the hands of the nations. But we must remember that it was God who allowed the churban to occur. This is the theme of...
Jul 20, 2005
By Rabbi Hershel Welcher

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