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Rabbi Dovid Cohen

Rabbi Dovid Cohen is the New York Synagogue Director, and Yachad Director of Community Engagement at the Orthodox Union.

Remembering Rav Moshe Shapiro zt”l

January 10, 2017, by

It had to be HaRav Moshe Shapiro Shlit”a. When I contemplated whom to honor as sandak for our newborn son with Down syndrome, Rav Moshe was the obvious choice. It wasn’t just because I desired a great and distinguished rav for the role. But it was because he had demonstrated sensitivity to our specific plight.

#4 – We’re Almost There: Living with Patience, Perseverence & Purpose

October 6, 2016, by

Rabbi Cohen speaks about ‘relationships’ and the key people in our lives. He shares the chapter in his book about his encounter with an Israeli taxi driver who helped him ultimately meet his spouse. He interviews Matthew Hiltzik, the CEO of Hiltzik Strategies and a leading communications guru. They discuss the value of building meaningful

#3 – We’re Almost There: Living with Patience, Perseverance & Purpose

July 6, 2016, by

Reflections and insights on the transformational life of Elie Wiesel z’l. In particular, he discusses “having issues with faith & with G-d” and battling and struggling with G-d himself. In the second segment, Rabbi Cohen has a riveting discussion with author Felice Cohen discussing her book “What Papa Told Me,” and how the suicide of

We’re Almost There: Living with Patience, Perseverence & Purpose

May 26, 2016, by

​Rabbi Cohen introduces the key characters in his new book that have helped inspire him and enable personal development & growth. In the 2nd half of the show, he interviews Greg Zuckerman and they discuss how professional athletes have persevered to become great stars. Stay tuned for new episodes and interviews on how to be