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Rabbi Yisrael Motzen – Ner Tamid Congregation
Rabbi Yisrael Motzen – Ner Tamid Congregation

Class info, sermons, and more at www.nertamid.net

6/13 Ramban – V’zos Habracha – Sixth and Seventh aliyah
byRabbi Motzen


6/13 Ramban – V’zos Habracha – Sixth and Seventh aliyah
6/13 Ramban – V’zos Habracha Fifth Aliyah
6/13 Ramban – V’zos Habracha Fourth aliyah
6/13 Ramban – V’zos Habracha Third aliyah
6/13 Ramban – v’zos habracha first and second aliyah
6/13 Ramban – Haazinu Sixth Aliyah
6/13 Ramban – Haazinu Fifth aliyah
6/13 Ramban – Haazinu 4th aliyah
6/13 Ramban – Haazinu 3rd Aliyah
6/13 Ramban – Haazinu- 1st and 2nd aliyah
Final review class – ovens for meat, dairy, Pareve/ Bugs
Why Yerushalayim
Gratitude: the Root of Faith
Review of the laws of fish, blood, and Glatt kosher
The Roots of Ingratitude
Kosher Kitchen Review – Pareve Items Mixed/ Cut/ Cooked with meat or Milk
How to Study History from Moshe the Historian Parshas Devarim
More than an Attitude of Gratitude
Laws of the Kitchen Review #2
What are Reuven and Gad Really After? Parshas Mattos-Maasei
How to Develop a Passion for Good
More Important than Legacy – Parshas Pinchas
Joy, the Wings of Motivation
Summary of the prohibition of milk and meat, laws of waiting between them
The Sin of the Rock – Parshas Chukas
Quick in Deed, Quick in Thought
Insects in Fish? And Checking for Bugs on Shabbos
Breakdown of Korach’s Dispute
The Spiritual Nature of Doing things Quickly
Did my Grandparents Really Check for Bugs?
When Aliyah is a Sin – Parshas shelach
Saying No to Yourself and its Spiritual Gain
Moshe’s Burnout – Parshas B’haaloscha
Finding the real me
Eating at someone’s home/ trusting their kashrus
Understanding the Laws of the Sotah and its Relevance
Truly Forgiving
Insects in food #1
Patience and Rebuke
Finding Blood in Eggs
Introduction to the Book of Transformation (Bamidbar)
Patience in Trying Situations
Consuming Blood
Why there’s no mention of Olam Haba in the Torah (behar-bechukosai)
Patience in one’s home
Buying Salmon at Costco, Swordfish, and other halachos of fish
Parshas Emor – Demystifying the story of the blasphemer/ mekalel
Patience with Oneself
Kosher Kitchen – what is Glatt kosher and kashering liver
Patience/ Savlanut
Unlocking the Haggadah Part 2
Laws of Pesach: erev pesach and Seder night
Unlocking the Haggadah Part 1: The Seder of the Seder
Foil-less Kashering of the Kitchen
Laws of Pesach: Cleaning your home in 20 minutes
A Jewish View on wine and other substances
Laws of Purim for women
Defense of Judaism – The Morality of Monotheism/ Non-Jews in the Talmud
Kosher kitchen – ovens and microwaves
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – making Aliyah
Kosher Kitchen – Onions, garlic, and other sharp foods Part 2
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – did the rabbis of the Talmud know science?
Kosher Kitchen – Onions, garlic, and other sharp items part 1
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – “King David did Not Sin.” Really?!
Kosher Kitchen – Pareve Dishes Part 2
Kosher kitchen – Pareve food in Milk/ Meat dishes
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – G-d’s Prayer
Kosher Kitchen – Glass
Kosher Kitchen – Did I just make my food treyf? Probably not!
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – the simple meaning of the text.
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – Crqzy sounding drashos
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – Shabbos and the Rationale behind the prohibition on Incest
Chanukah for Women
The Meaning of Wealth
Laws of Kosher – the principles #1 (flavor, separate dishes, bittul)
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism: Sorcery, Soeaking to the Dead, and superstitions
Kosher Kitchen – Bread and placemats
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism – what were the rabbis thinking?!
Kosher Kitchen – Eating meat and milk at the same table
Keeping a Kosher Kitchen #3 – waiting after dairy
Defense of Rabbinic Judaism #3 – Halachic Pluralism
Keeping a Kosher Kitchen #2 – waiting less than 6 hours, children waiting, and more
Defending Rabbinic Judaism #2 – four understandings of rabbinic legislation and more
Keeping a Kosher kitchen #1
Defending Rabbinic Judaism 1 – Did the Rabbis violate ‘adding to the Torah’? Why so many decrees?!
DJA finale: The entire Shaar Hagemul in 45 minutes
Laws of Yom Tov part 2
Understanding the 13 Middos (Hashem, Hashem…)
DJA – what’s for dinner in olam haba?
Laws of Yom Tov part 1
DJA: The Music of Olam Habbah and the Rambam controversy
The four stages of the afterlife
The incredible story of Don Isaac Abarbanel
Womens Halacha Class – Where to Daven
What is… Heaven?
Morning Berachos and shelo asani ishah
What is… Gehenom (Hell)?
Womens obligation to Daven
DJA #8 – Man-made Disasters vs. God-Made Disasters
Eating/ Drinking/ Working before Tefilah
R Yakov Frand on the Parsha
R Yakov Frand on the Parsha

R Yakov Frand Divrei Torah on the Parsha

(2023) דבר תורה ראש השנה
byR Yakov Frand

Dvar torah

(2023) דבר תורה ראש השנה
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הגדה-שאינו יודע לשאול (2019)
הגדה – מה נשתנה
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The Torah Sparks Podcast
The Torah Sparks Podcast

Inspiration, meaning, and holiness can be found everywhere. It’s up to us to find these sparks of spiritual light and bring more of a G-dly awareness to ourselves, our families, our communities, and the world at large. In The Torah Sparks Podcast, you will hear insightful, meaningful, humorous, deep and relatable ideas gleaned from lessons within the holy Torah. Powered by: Motiv8

The Starry Night and the Holiday of Sukkos
byR' Ori Strum

One of the most famous paintings in the entire world is called The Starry Night. Painted by Vincent Van Gogh in 1889, the artwork conveys his deep feelings of sadness and depression. In this episode, we reveal the original starry night of the Jewish people: The holiday of Sukkos.

It think you'll find this fascinating. Enjoy and chag sameach!

The Starry Night and the Holiday of Sukkos
The Story of RAV Avner and the Mysterious Empty Space in Middle of Ha'azinu (Ha'azinu/Yom Kippur)
The Startling Connection Between Eishes Lot and Rosh Hashanah (Nitzavim/Vayelech)
It's, All, About, Where, You, Place, the, Comma, – Three Fascinating Approaches to “Ki Seitzei L'Milchama” (Ki Seitzei)
The Shattered-Vase Theory and a Startling Remez for E.L.U.L.
The History of Cotton Candy and Our Pursuit of Righteousness (Shoftim)
The Hat Ceremony and Our Power of Choice (Re'eh)
Championship Merch and the Importance of Feeling Highly Qualified (Devarim)
Missing an Arm (Korach)
What Are Those Strings? (Shelach)
Become an Italian Artist (Bahaloscha)
The Sweetest Sound (Bamidbar)
The Number 33 is Good (Behar/Bechukosai)
Begin Fueling Now (Emor)
The Mirror Effect: Loving Your Friend Like Yourself (Acharei/Kedoshim)
A Yid Should Know He Is Heilig (Tazria/Metzorah)
The Six Constant Mitzvos (Tzav)
The French Laundry (Vayikra)
Good Chicken Sandwiches (Vayakhel/Pekudei)
The Art of Magna Tiles (Ki Sisa)
Make Sure YOU Come (Tetzaveh)
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a Jew (Terumah)
Red Pens and the Power of Seeing the Good (Mishpatim)
Kodak's Failure: A Lesson in Complacency (Yisro)
National Geographic: The Most Amazing Footage (B'shalach)
When There's a Will, There's a Way (Bo)
Yogurt Explosions and Living with Passion | Special Guest: A. I. | Parshas Va'eira
The Secret Sauce of the Jewish People (Shemos)
Damar Hamlin and the Power of Unity (Vayechi)
Show Him the Real Boss (Vayigash)
Rhode Island and Providence Plantation (Miketz/Chanukah)
Cutting on Action (Vayeishev/Chanukah)
Respect is Earned When No One is Looking (Vayishlach)
The Claw Game (Vayetzei)
We Run and They Run (Toldos)
Backbones and Worms (Chayei Sarah)
The Proof is in the Pudding (Vayeira)
Darwin's Monkey's (Lech Lecha)
Down the Mountain (Noach)
The Large Luminaries (Bereishis)
Pulled Over for Speeding (Haazinu/Sukkos)
The Greatest City in America (Vayelech/Shabbos Shuva)
Writer's Block and Rosh Hashanah (Nitzavim/Rosh Hashanah)
Roomba Got Stuck Again (Ki Savo)
Travel the World in One Day (Ki Seitzei)
The Mysterious Light Switch (Shoftim)
Bigger than a Rhino (Re'eh)
A Pound of Feathers (Eikev)
On Top of Mt. Everest (Va'eschanan)
Dark Adaptation (Devarim)
Mr. Macho (Matos/Maasei)
Put on Your Life Jacket (Pinchos)
The Story of the Missing Keys (Balak)
Tennis Grunting and the Red Heifer (Chukas)
Ice Cubes and the Slippery Slope (Korach)
Two Dots Next to Each Other (Shelach)
Ask the Front Desk (Ba'haloscha)
Marshmallows Can Hurt (Nasso)
Move Closer to Home (Bamidbar/Shavuos)
Don't Yell at the Screen (Bechukosai)
Humble Haughtiness (Behar)
30 Day Pet Food Challenge (Emor)
Skeleton in the Back Seat and Holiness (Kedoshim)
Milk's Favorite Cookie (Acharei)
Please Remove Your Yeezys (Pesach/Passover 2022)
Dilation of the Pupil (Metzora/Shabbos Hagadol)
230,000 Minutes of Gossip (Tazria)
Why Don't Humans Eat More Bugs? (Shemini)
Shaloch Manos Trackers (Purim/Tzav)
Redwood Trees (Vayikra/Zachor)
One Wordle Per Day (Pekudei)
Special Guest: David C. Milke – Holy Dumpster Diving (Vayakhel)
Stubbed Toes (Ki Sisa)
Don't Be the Guy Who Knows the Guy (Tetzaveh)
Olympic Rings and Kansas Trains (Terumah)
Heated Seats 24/7 (Mishpatim)
Super Seder Campaign (Yisro)
Number One Fan (B'shalach)
Do I Look Like a Carrot? (Bo)
Cup O Salvation (Va'eira)
The Sick Chihuahua (Shemos)
The Baby Mosquito (Vayechi)
The City of Brotherly Love (Vayigash)
Don't Spike the Vase (Miketz/Chanukah)
Spirit Airlines Flight #NK433 (Vayeishev)
Just Passing Through (Vayishlach)
Everyone is on a Journey (Vayetzei)
I am a Construction Worker (Toldos)
Bargain Hunters (Chayei Sarah)
Double Lock Your Car (Vayeira)
Yiddel and The Band (Lech Lecha)
Slow Down (Noach)
Shabbos on Mt. Everest (Bereishis)
The Dirty Welcome Mat (Vzos Habracha/Shemini Atzeres/Simchas Torah)
Knock Knock I'm Here (Yom Kippur/Haazinu)
Five-Year-Old Genius (Vayelech)
Nothing Like the Present (Nitzavim/Rosh Hashanah)
The Crunchy Leaf (Ki Savo)
Instant Hot Noodle Soup (Ki Setzei)
Double Bunker (Shoftim)
The Rabbi Yonah Sklare Podcast
The Rabbi Yonah Sklare Podcast

Rabbi Yonah Sklare is a Rosh Kollel in Baltimore, MD as well as Magid Shiur at Congregation Shomrei Emunah. His refreshingly creative approach to learning as well as his captivating presentation style, have attracted a diverse and beloved following. He lectures at numerous local institutions, including Women’s Institute of Torah Seminary, as well as out of town and online. Rabbi Sklare received semichah and his Ph.D. in Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College. He can be reached at rabbisklare@gmail.com.

Sukkos- Clouds of Glory and Finding Hashem in the Haziness of Life
byyonah sklare

Sukkos- Clouds of Glory and Finding Hashem in the Haziness of Life
Elul Redefined
Elul: From Self-Loathing to Personal Redemption
Menachem Av: A Healthy Grieving Process
Eikev: Pious and Prosperous- Yes, You Can Have It All
Vaeschanon: Does Judaism Believe In Self-Sacrifice?
Tisha B'Av: Yearning for our Mother
Behaloscha: A Redemptive Perspective of Miriam and Her “Mistake”
Shavuos: Celebrating What WE Have Become
Shavuos: Can We Outdo Hashem?
Why R' Akiva's Talmidim Still Matter Today
Sefira: The Art of Being Both Opinionated and Tolerant
Vaera: The Enchanting Truth of What Lies Beyond Nature
Shemos: The Viciousness of Verbal Bullying
Vayechi: Is Happily Ever After a Fairytale Fantasy?
Vayigash: Do We All Believe in the Same Hashem?
Chanukah’s 3 M’s: Milk, Menorah, and Maternity
Vayeshev: Finding Meaning in Human Suffering
Vayishlach: Find Your Guardian Ma’lachim
Vayatzai: Finding A Safe Space
Kislev: Finding Life Amidst the Dead of Winter
Chayai Sorah: Homage to the Jewish Women
Chayai Sorah: Chessed Which Empowers the Other Person, And Doesn’t Subordinate Them
More on Vayera: Don’t Jettison Your Past
Vayera: Don’t Jettison Your Past
Lech Lecha: Discovering Hashem, Discovering Yourself
Lech Lecha: Terach, the Unacknowledged ‘’Patriarch”
More on Noach: Embracing the Opportunities of Take Two
Noach: Embracing the Opportunities of Take Two
Sukkos: Finding Refuge in Ourselves
Teshuvah: Embrace Yourself, Don’t Negate Yourself
Rosh Hashanah: The Magic of a Weep
Elul: The Poignant Inner Voice When the Shofar Falls Silent
Ki Savo: The Challenge and Opportunity of Maturing into Adulthood
Elul: It’s About Love, Not Fear
Ki Satzai: Finding Purpose in Non-Idyllic Life Circumstances
Ki Satzai: Discipline in Service of Love
More on Shoftim: Leadership Done Right- How to Maintain the People’s Trust
Shoftim: Leadership Done Right- How to Maintain the People’s Trust
More on: Re’eh– The Worst Travesties are Committed in the Name of Religion, and We Share Nothing in Common with Those Faiths
Re’eh: The Worst Travesties are Committed in the Name of Religion, and We Share Nothing in Common with Those Faiths
Eikav: A Healthy Relationship with Materialism
Eikav: I’ve Got a Little Bit of Moshe in Me
How to Refresh Yourself Amidst a Mid-Life Crises
Masai: From Fear of You I Run to You
Avos 1:17b: More on Silence is Golden
Avos 1:17: Silence is Golden
Avos 1:16: The Quest for Certitude and Security
Pinchos: The Sacredness of Jewish Family Life
Pinchos: Don’t Snuff out Individuality by Institutionalizing the People
Avos 1:15c G-dliness Personified by the People
Avos 1:15b Complementary Leadership Styles
Avos 1:14 Taking Responsibility For One Own Spiritual Future
Balak: The Attack Upon Our Choseness
Balak: Snuffing the Soulfulness out of Relationship— A Lesson from The Hideous Ritual of Ba’l Peor Worship
Avos 1:15 Hillel and Shamai= Ahava and Yira
Avos 1:13 The Frivolous Pursuit of Fame
Chukas: More on An Adolescents Craze for Independence
Chukas: The Adolescent’s Craze for Independence
Avos 1:12c Humble Leadership
Avos 1:12b Inclusivity of all Mankind
Avos 1:12a The Consummate Peacemaker
Korach: Inspiring Confidence in Torah Leadership
Korach: If I am I and You are You, Then, I am Truly I
Avos 1:11b: Balance
Avos 1:11a: Don’t Lust Power
Shelach: Loving Eretz Yisroel as Our Mother
Avos 1:10-11a Work Ethic
Avos 1:8-9b Discipline through Love
Avos 1:8-9a Judge with Humanity
Behalosicha: Balancing Personal Initiative with Deference to Authority
Behaloscha: The Power of a Mother’s Love Coupled with The Power of Her Own Self-Confidence
More On- Naso: Who Is Holding Whom? How to Feel Elevated Rather Than Burdened by Our Mitzvah Responsibilities
Naso: Who Is Holding Whom? How to Feel Elevated Rather Than Burdened by Our Mitzvah Responsibilities
Avos 1:6-7a: The Expanding Concentric Circles of Human Relationship
Avos 1:5b Don’t Abdicate Your Dignity
Avos 1:5a Respecting Woman
Avos 1:4c Limiting Self to Become Enriched by Others
Avos 1:4b Shechinah in the Jewish Home
Shavuos: Bringing Heaven Down to Earth
Shavuos: The Role of Humanism in Matan Torah
Avos 1:4a Family as a Expansion of Yourself
Avos 1:3d Loving Authority vs. Disclination — Chassidishe Rebbe vs. Bad Cop Mashgiach
Avos 1:3c The Students as an Active Participant
Avos 1:3b Personal Growth vs. Responsibility to Community
Avos 1:3a Altruism and the Afterlife
Shavuos: A Celebration of Ourselves
Shavuos: Fidelity in Our “Marriage” to the Torah
Avos 1:2b A Sense of Self
Avos 1:2a Human Initiative Yields Divine Results
Avos 1:1e Demanding of Self, But Accommodating Towards Others
Avos 1:1d Inclusivity of All Jews
Behar: We Too, Have A Relative In High Places
Avos 1:1c Who Were the Anshai Keneses HaGedolah
Avos 1:1b Relating to Our Students’ Wavelengths
Avos 1:1a A Path to Transcendence
Emor: Image Matters
Emor: A Beautiful Face with a Beautiful Mind
Intro to Pirkai Avos 3: Why is Avos in Seder Nezikin
Intro to Pirkai Avos 2: Why Is It Called “Avos”?
InKredible Kids
InKredible Kids

A podcast with Kosher content geared toward empowering Jewish kids of all ages. We interview kids from around the world and have many interactive segments for all kids to enjoy. While having fun and learning new skills, kids will hear about responsibility, empathy, confidence, and more!

Chol Hamoed Sukkos Edition: Family Road Trip Trivia
byTziri Preis

Who's ready for an exciting game of Chol Hamoed Sukkos Trivia? We think it's the most fun to play as a family in the car, but it can be played anywhere!

Enjoy 2 rounds of interesting and some unexpected Sukkos-related (ish) questions. Keep track of your points throughout, and remember to send send us your final scores to be entered into the grand raffle!

Our generously sponsored prizes:

$18 Amazon gift card by the InKredible Berman Family

$50 Amazon gift card by Coach Meir Parry of Believe and Achieve Sports https://machanechaim.com/195-2/

$50 Glick gift card by Kaila Weisz from Glick Children's Programming  https://www.instagram.com/glick_girl/

$100 Raizel's Photography gift card by Raizel Lamm https://www.instagram.com/raizels.photography/

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Chol Hamoed Sukkos Edition: Family Road Trip Trivia
Simchas Torah For Kids: A Candid Conversation About the Joy of Candy and Protecting Our Teeth
Music and Me: Talented Kids Share How Music Elevates Their Lives
Back To School: Who's Excited?? Advice for Kids to Get Back in the Zone
Kids Helping Kids: What All Kids Should Know About Chai Lifeline & Where the Money They Raise is Going
My Special Uncles: A Kid's Experience with Special Needs in the Family and the Singer who Inspires Us All
9 Days Bonus: עקיבא נחמתנו
Thinking Jewish Kids: Connecting with Hashem Through Torah and Nature
Being A Good Sport: Kids Share About the Challenges of Allergies and Dyslexia
Special Connection: Real Talk With Teachers and Students
Missing Home: Homesickness at Camp and at Sleepovers
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Haazinu – Mozart, Radio Telescopes and the Song of Life
byHillel Eisenberg

Haazinu is the song we were taught moments before our initial entrance into the Holy Land. The Torah tells us that this little song should be sung at any time that life gets difficult. It's the song that should accompany us wherever our travels take us. Why? What is it about this song that makes it so important? Isnt a song just …….. a song? The answer might surprise you.

Haazinu – Mozart, Radio Telescopes and the Song of Life
Nitzavim- Vayeilech- The Bulletproof Jew
Ki Savo – The Perpetual Dreamers
Ki Seitzei – The Great Glacier Chase
Shoftim – The Royal Beginnig
Re'eh- Holy Binoculars
Ekev – Godly Goodness
Va'eschanan – When Spirituality Gets Physical
Devarim – The Strange Centrality of Leadership
Pinchos – The Most Mysterious Man in the History of the World
Balak – Prayer and the Quantification of Quality
Korach – The Don't Mess Policy
Shelach – Holiness and Hollywood
Behaalosecha Visas, Cucumbers and the Goodness of Faith
Nasso – The Great Gender Mystery
Bamidbar Stars, Flags and a Pat of Butter
Bechukosai – Spiritual Rocket Fuel
Kedoshim The Freest Man on the Face of the Earth
Acharei Mos – The Aharon Effect
Tazria Metzorah Gossip and Bars of Soap
Living On Fire
Tzav – The Bells In Our Heart
Vayikra – The Speed Dial Effect
Vayakel- Pekudei The Lion Ability
Ki Sisa – The Righteous By Association Sin
Tetzaveh – The Courtesy Bells
Terumah – The Longevity Trees
Yisro – The Non Obvious Obvious