Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Yom Kippur 5765 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Ekev 5763 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

38. Being Motzi Others – aish.com

Rabbi Shraga Simmons is the co-founder of Aish.com, and co-author of “48 Ways to Wisdom” (ArtScroll). He is Founder and Director of Aish.com’s advanced learning site. He is co-founder of HonestReporting.com, and author of “David & Goliath”, the definitive account of anti-Israel media bias.Originally from Buffalo, New York, he holds a degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin …

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Va’eira 5761 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

Rabbi Aryeh Leib Nivin – aish.com

Rabbi Aryeh Nivin is a teacher of Personal Development and a Professional Life Coach. He also runs telephone phone conference calls that specialize in Jewish Personal Development.

Thou Shalt Give Thy Children Candy – aish.com

Finalist of the Laugh Factory’s ‘Funniest Person in the World’ Comedy Competition, David did not compete on Shabbat and still, people do not feel his story is worthy enough to mention when discussing Sandy Koufax.

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Sukkot 5764 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

Hanukkah Traditions & Laws

Hanukkah: Laws, customs, recipes and inspiring videos and articles relating to the Jewish holiday of Chanukah (Hanukkah ), when is Hanukkah…

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Vayechi 5776 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

For Non-Jews – aish.com

The 7 Noachide Laws. The Jewish idea is that the Torah of Moses is a truth for all humanity, whether Jewish or not. The Torah (as explained in the Talmud – Sanhedrin 58b) presents seven mitzvot for non-Jews to observe.

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Bereishit 5776 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

Musical Toys on Shabbat: Ask the Rabbi Response

My two-year-old often gets ahold of his favorite musical toy on Shabbat and starts banging away at the keys. It certainly disturbs the serenity of Shabbat. Am I obligated to take it away from him? Am I even allowed to handle a noise-making toy myself on Shabbat? (If I can’t, it makes it much more …

Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Trumah 5773 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

Using a Crockpot on Shabbat – Eli Mansour

Among the prohibitions that apply to food preparation on Shabbat is “Hatmana,” which literally means, “insulating.” This term refers to insulating hot food before Shabbat in order to keep it warm for the Shabbat meal.

9. Dosh – Part 3: The Absorbing Topic of Liquids

How to clean up a spill on Shabbat. In our previous classes on the melacha of Dosh, we’ve talked about peeling and extracting. In this third and final lesson on Dosh, we’ll discuss removing absorbed liquids and various issues related to snow and ice. In Dosh lesson #2, we talked about removing …