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Bereishis – Garden of Eden Part 2

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Tzidkas HaTzadik #45

The doors to repentance are never closed. Ever. http://files.nertamid.net/shiurim/Apps/recordings/T45.mp3Podcast: Download

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Tzidkas HaTzadik #44

Being inspired by our misdeeds. http://files.nertamid.net/shiurim/Apps/recordings/T44.mp3Podcast: Download

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Laws of the Three Weeks #19

There are a number of unique practices this Shabbos due to the fact that it is the ninth of Av and Erev Tisha B’Av. Ashkenazi custom is to avoid marital relations unless it is the night of the Mikvah or if it could impacts one’s mitzvah of having children. One eats a regular Shalosh Seudos more »

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Expanding our Spiritual Vocabulary and the Value of Loneliness Parshas Mattos-Masei

“It started about six months ago,” begins Jessica Bennet for the New York Times, “with a smiley face here and there, a sequence of pictograph red hearts when friends would send baby pictures or a string of blown kisses to say good night. I especially liked the face with a toothy, uncomfortable-looking grimace: “Yikes,” it more »

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The Abuse of Power and the Importance of Leadership – Part 2 of the #METOO series

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Tzidkas HaTzadik #43

Are some sins inevitable? Rav Tzadok’s shares a radical view on free-will with a tempered view of its implications.

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Bereishis Series: Garden of Eden Part 1

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Lashon HaRa and Lashon Nekiyah in the #METOO Era – Part 1 of the #METOO series

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Coloring in the Lines: Models of Hashgacha Pratis Parshas Pinchas

Last week I decided to mix things up a little bit for the summer, and instead of a classic sermon, I started a three-part mini-series on the topic of suffering in Jewish tradition. As I said then, there are so many misconceptions with terrible ramifications and there’s no better time of the year than the more »

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