Ep. 278: Since Our Income Is Determined on Rosh Hashana, Does It Matter How Much We Invest in Work?
- Chassidus Applied to Rosh Hashana 5780
- Lessons from 25 Elul and Netzavim
- 29 Elul: Tzemech Tzedek’s 230th birthday
- Since a person’s amount of income is determined on Rosh Hashana, does it make any difference how many hours we invest in work?
- When we say “Machnisei rachamim, hachnisu rachameinu” whom are we addressing and what are we asking to be done?
- Can we call G-d a “She”?
- If the Torah forbids tattooing because one’s body belongs to G-d, why then is ear piercing or other body piercing allowed?
- How can I find kosher Jewish poetry to replace poetry coming from other sources?
- Should women be drinking l’chaim?
- Follow up (episode 276): Images of women
- Chassidus question:
- Was the creation in Tishrei or in Nissan?
- Tanya Iggeres Hakodesh 16: Since charity is considered as a loan to G-d, isn’t G-d’s manifold repayment ribis (interest), which is forbidden?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- Plagued by Indecision: How to Make the Right Choices, Leah Goldman, 21, Oklahoma City, OK
- איך לא לדחות למחר- ב3 מדרגות, Dani Faivish, 19, Naharia, Israel
- אין שום דבר קבוע ותמידי מלבד השינוי, Bracha Roitenburd, 19, Chadera, Israel
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