Torah Studies
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An Attitude of Gratitude 
The Benefits of being Grateful 
When it comes to gratitude, it is more important that we are grateful than that the recipient is deserving of our gratitude. Discover how Judaism extends the obligation of gratitude even to objects and enemies.

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Through Thick and Thin 
Integrating all areas of Judaism and our lives 
Jewish culture is multifaceted; we dance and mourn, fast and feast, in solemn prayer and in jubilant celebration. What's the underlying theme that ties together all this diversity?

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The Steps of Man 
How G‑d Guides our Every Move 
The seemingly unexplained, random occurrences in life in fact have a unique purpose. This lesson explores the guiding force behind our wants, needs, desires, as well as the happenstance that seems to come out of nowhere.

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Means to an End 
Discovering the Meaning in the Mundane 
Why do you do what you do? Are you clear on your priorities? Does your life revolve around them? This lesson explores the importance of the means in achieving the end goal.

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Theism vs. Deism 
Does G‑d Really Care? 
How do you relate to G‑d? Does He dwell in the abstract or does He take interest in your personal affairs? This class explores our relationship with G‑d, and G‑d's relationship with us.

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What Makes Us Jewish? 
The Significance of the Conversion Process 
Nowadays the conversion process is incomplete. Does this mean converts are less Jewish? Or does this say something about what it means to be a Jew today?

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Jewish Idol 
Giving In to the Urge for Idolatry 
Idolatry stems from the urge for a tangible, sensory spiritual experience. In biblical times, the cherubs in the temple filled this need. How do we achieve this nowadays?

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The Art of Attraction 
Understanding Esther's Beauty 
What makes us attractive to others? Are people attracted to those who are proactive and "with it" or to those who bring out the beauty in others?

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Why We Sleep 
An Exploration of Life's Nightly Reset Button 
We spend one third of our lives sleeping, but to what end? This lesson discusses how to break with the past and set off on brand new beginnings with each new day.

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Making a Difference 
Understanding the Impact of Our Actions 
We follow routines sometimes failing to see how our efforts are effective in bettering society. This lesson introduces how-according to Judaism- the world hangs in the balance, dependent upon our every deed.

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The Freedom Ride 
Unshackling the Prisoner Within 
This lesson explores the secret behind the cups of wine at the Passover seder, uncovering four steps toward spiritual awakening and personal freedom.

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A Stranger to Passover 
How to Connect with the Experience 
Not unlike fine wine and whiskey, a taste for G‑d needs to be developed. Passover is a time of personal connection, a time to become a real connoisseur of spirituality. This lesson explains how

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