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Jewish Audio Classes
Browse our extensive library of Jewish audio classes, mp3 downloads, Jewish music and more.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
A comprehensive presentation of the weekly Torah reading, including translations, summaries and overviews, Rashi in English, and anthology of ...
Jewish Holidays and Festivals
Jewish Holidays and Festivals. Explanations, observances, study, guide and multimedia to all major and minor Jewish holidays and fast days.
Texts & Writings
Classic Jewish Texts, Judaism 1-2-3, Kabbalah & Chassidism, Stories, Living, History & Current Events, Multimedia and more...
Parshah
Who Were the First Ones to See G-d?
Growing a family is no easy feat, and for the Jewish women in Egypt, it was especially ...
 
The Bones of JosephLearn the Parshah In Depth
Video
How to Increase Confidence in Our Children
Education expert Shimon Waronker presents professional parenting techniques to raise ...
 
Articulating Mystery You Can Tip the Scales
10 Shevat
The Seventh Generation: A Leader of Leaders
An overview of the events and significance of 10 Shevat.
 
In Praise of Chassidic FollyBeing Brainwashed
Story
Why the Rabbi Didn’t Need Anesthesia
"If I don’t open my eyes after the operation’s over, don’t disturb me. I may lie on ...
 
Perspectives
Are You a Fallen Heiress?
She arrived in New York wearing a floor-length yellow sari and couldn’t care less ...
 
Why I Slept on the Living Room Floor for 5 WeeksLet Him In
Your Questions
Should I Publicize My Newly Kosher Kitchen?
Would it not be better for me to keep this mitzvah between me and G‑d?