35 Burst results for "Rabbi"

Condemning Anti-Americanism

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Condemning Anti-Americanism

"Okay, so let's hear, let's hear Julie and Harvard. If we lose freedom in America, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on earth. President Ronald Reagan. Last spring break, I went on a trip with a hundred other Harvard undergraduates to Israel. It was one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life, and I will always be grateful to Harvard for that. I recalled the trip with awe and joy, but a certain moment rattled me. Our group attended a Shabbat dinner at a Tel Aviv synagogue. The rabbi proclaimed, welcome to Israel. You are all here from America, the best country in the world. He paused. But not a single person clapped.

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It's Not the Thought That Counts, It's the Deed

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

It's Not the Thought That Counts, It's the Deed

"Real. So there is a very well-known saying in Hebrew. And as you know, and many of those watching or listening would know, I tended yeshiva, which is intense religious Jewish study till I was 19. And half the day was in Hebrew, half was in English. I studied basically what one would become a rabbi. So I studied a lot. I know Judy is very well, and there is a very famous saying. I'll just say that, obviously, in English, it is not the thought that counts, but the deed. I was raised on that. And that is one of the things I love about Judaism, that it's so preoccupied with what you do rather than how you think. That it allows the mind to live in great freedom. And I have appreciated that very much.

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Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

Mark Levin

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren: The State Shouldn't Intervene in a Pregnancy

"Anyway lunatic Elizabeth Warren was on CBS this morning today Cut 5 go There's a question should there be any limits on abortions You know I'm gonna put it this way I think that the woman who is most affected should be at the heart of this Of course I hate that she should be able to call on her partner Right Her mother her priest her rabbi She should be able to bring in the people she needs But in a pregnancy I don't believe that it is the state that should intervene with its heavy hand And make the decision You folks understand how far this goes well beyond Roe versus wade and Casey That a woman congest consult with whomever she wishes to consult And do what she wishes As if that other thing isn't a human being I don't believe there's a country in the world that takes that position If they do their genocidal regimes that don't give a damn about people yet born or people born

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Why Churches Should Speak out Against Demoting the Bible

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 sec | Last month

Why Churches Should Speak out Against Demoting the Bible

"I'll tell you what the message ought to be from every rabbi priest and minister pastor, the message ought to be that what has happened with the demotion of the Bible and God in our society. As exemplified by The New York Times peace, mocking God, I mean, literally, it just mocking God mocking faith in God mocking faith in the Passover story, specifically this is what they're good at. The left box but they build nothing. So now that there is there was no reason for the leftist, there's no reason for you to be a religious Jew or Christian. They have successfully demoted them from their status in American life. That was their biggest aim.

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Trump: 'Nobody Was Ever Tougher on Russia Than Me'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Trump: 'Nobody Was Ever Tougher on Russia Than Me'

"Way, this could lead to World War three. I see what's happening. Because if you think Putin is going to stop, it's going to get worse and worse. He's not going to accept it. And we don't have anybody to talk to him. You had somebody to talk to him with me. Nobody was ever tougher on Russia than me. I'm the one that stopped the pipeline. I haven't stopped. I'm the one that put all the sanctions on. And I'm the one that he didn't attack during our administration. Everyone's asking about that now, even the radical left reporters up there. The only president this century not to witness Russia invade a neighbor that was, of course, president Trump this weekend in South Carolina. What has happened in the last few days? What will happen in the next few weeks to come? Let's talk to somebody who is more qualified than most to talk about it. He is my rabbi at Salem. He is Dennis prager, the founder of prager university, most recently the author of the rational pass over Haggadah, Dennis. Welcome back to America first. Great to be with you. That was a powerful excerpt. One did he just say that a rally Saturday night Saturday night? Yeah, Saturday night. And it was quite the rally. It was 25°. It was freezing. He only spoke for 45 minutes to shocked everybody, but I think he didn't want anybody to catch pneumonia. But he stated this three weeks ago at cpac, the only president to not have Russia invade under his watch under George Bush it was Georgia under Obama it was Crimea and now again we are

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Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 2 months ago

Angel Studios' Neal Harmon on Creating Meaningful Stories

"And I'm talking to the head of angel studios. Those are the folks behind drybar comedy. And the chosen among other things, the chosen being the most famous, the chosen you finished the second season you said. You finished filming it. Yes. And Dallas Jenkins. He's the director. Is the director. Yes. And so how do you, how do you pull something like this off? I mean, anytime you do anything like this, I would just imagine, you know, you'd need some theological experts. You need some people around you to make sure that you don't go off the rails. Yeah, so Dallas wisely formed a biblical advisory council that he sends the scripts to to get their feedback and there's a Catholic scholar. There's a evangelical scholar. There's a messianic Jewish rabbi who all give feedback and input into the scripts to make sure that their biblically sound and that they'll reach broad as a market as possible. And he was very wise to do that. We have other creators who are doing something similar. Now, did the Catholic scholar insist that Mary should be portrayed as an Italian woman? Because so there are instances where Dallas overrides it's a good thing you don't have a Greek Orthodox scholar because he knows that she's Greek. No, it's kind of funny whenever you're trying to, you know, it's like you're trying to do something by committee. It's hard. And at the same time, you have to do it when you're doing something like this. Well, and it's not by committee. I don't mean that, but I mean, you need to get that input. There's just no way. That's the input for the market. But he ultimately, he has the creative control for the project. So you're not, so you're saying Mary was not Italian? No, I'm saying that Dallas portrayed Mary as having suffered pain when she gave birth to Jesus. And there are Catholics that don't like to see that. Oh, actually, that's interesting. See now that I love that because that's theologically very interesting.

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David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 3 months ago

David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

"Will you tell us your personal history with mister Donald Trump before he became candidate and president because you've known the man for quite some time so give us a little bit of a potted story about who David Friedman in Friedman is and how you have known Donald Trump over the years. Well, I practiced law for about 35 years and during those years, I came to represent Donald Trump on occasion, not often, but some of the more high profile cases that he was involved in, particular the Atlantic City casinos that went into bankruptcy. I should say that I pour this out in my book. People accuse him of not having good business skills because of what happened Atlantic City. There's not a single person who made money in Atlantic City. I mean, it's not a single hotel. That was profit Atlantic City. It's not a single hotel that didn't go bankrupt. Analytics cities. So it just was an impossible place to make any money. But so I got to know him there. I had some successes with him that I have to tell you we're really improbable. You know, I was a good lawyer, but, you know, I don't think I was that good a lawyer. And I really had great successes. And so at the time when I was happy to be successful and I was happy that I had a good relationship with him and we forced a friendship that lasted many years, but looking back on it now 20 years afterwards, I really feel that, you know, I'm a religious person on the son of a rabbi. And I really feel that some of this some of this relationship was being forged for a reason.

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Sebastian Went on an Unusual Mission for Salem...

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

Sebastian Went on an Unusual Mission for Salem...

"But yesterday I spent the whole day with my colleagues from Salem, the incredible Dennis prager my rabbi with Eric metaxas with Larry elder. And one of our newest podcast members from the podcast stable, the incredible founder, the president of turning point USA Charlie Kirk. And it was an unusual mission. I hadn't done this before. I've been interviewed many times you've seen me on TV. I've been part of documentaries like Amanda milius is amazing the plot against the president. But yesterday, we were invited to do something a little bit new. We sat down in a lovely facility. It was a bar that had been shot down for our purposes for filming. And we were part of a new movie by dinesh de Sousa the great dinesh decision the man who was politically persecuted and imprisoned by Obama, and who was then later pardoned by my former president Trump. And he has a new film that is coming out in April imminently. It was teased by Greg Abbott at the Texas rally with president Trump at the weekend, the trailers out there. It's called 2000 mules. Hashtag 2000 mules. I wasn't sure about the title, and I can't divulge everything that's in the movie, because well, I believe, and I told you this much, and I think my team here agreed with me. That we have the evidence. After that video was made available out of Westchester county. Of the local police, intercepting in the dead of night, actually in the wee early hours of the morning, an unmarked jumbo jet being accompanied by CIA contractors from the mvm LLC company in Virginia. Ferrying hundreds of illegal aliens. Across America as those contractors said, on video, with the audio, into the body cams of those police officers. We don't want the media. We don't want attention because we don't even know where these illegals are ending up in America. It's above my pay grade, and do you know why? We don't want the attention because of whose in office. Because everyone knows it's

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Post Millennial: Rabbi Who Spent 5 Minutes Inside Capitol on Jan. 6 Setenced to Confinement and Probation

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Post Millennial: Rabbi Who Spent 5 Minutes Inside Capitol on Jan. 6 Setenced to Confinement and Probation

"And so at post millennial went another great sight Just another example of what's been taking place here The headline is rabbi who spent 5 minutes inside capital on January 6th sentenced to confinement and probation Last Thursday 56 year old rabbi Michael steppe was sent to two months of home confinement in 60 hours of community service As the terms of a yearlong probation over his involvement in last year's capitol riot they write The rabbis legal counsel had requested that he received a $50 fine Instead the defendant faces a fine of $742 with an additional $500 restitution as well as what I already said 60 hours excuse me 60 days of home confinement and 60 hours of community service

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Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 4 months ago

Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

"Do and the woke crowd over the FBI and the media have to explain how this synagogue terrorist and Texas was allowed to fly. There's some breaking news from The Washington Post, turns out the authorities were keeping an eye on him in the UK. Turns out this guy had terrorist ties well-known to the authorities. Why was he allowed to come over here a few weeks ago? An attempt to slaughter a rabbi and three members. Of that synagogue. Breaking now from The Washington Post, Texas, synagogue attacker was previously known to British security services, he was known to security officials in Britain. That they were all great about the no fly list. Now, if you don't have your mask on on a flight in America, you'll be on a no fly list. If you argue about your mask, your domestic terrorist and you won't be allowed to fly, but this guy. M 15, Britain's counterintelligence and security agency invested this guy in 2020 and ready for this, had him on a watch list. Comes over here, flies into JFK, then flies from New York, to Texas, and targets a Jewish synagogue holding a rabbi and three other congregants hostage only the rabbis heroism, not taking the guy out with a chair and letting them escape. Likely prevented a slaughter.

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Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 4 months ago

Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

"Jack pasovic is a good friend of mine. He does a great job and we're going to talk to him about a lot of different stuff. Jack, welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure. So Jack, something happened over the weekend that seems to be memory hold. There was a hostage situation, which is rare. We don't always see that. It happened at a synagogue. Tell us the story. What happened? Charlie, so there's the story that we got in terms of the real-time situation as it was reported to us through the media. And now there's the story that's beginning to emerge through the reporting that's come out over the past few days. So the story that we got at least in terms of as it broke publicly was that at a Beth Israel congregation synagogue outside of Dallas, Texas, a terrorist took hostage, a rabbi and three of the congregants there and held him in a ten hour siege. With a local authorities and the FBI, all while demanding the release of a woman who has been in captivity and prison in the U.S. for many years, she's referred to as lady Al-Qaeda. She's also her name is afia siddiqui. She's someone that's been on the Al-Qaeda list for many, many years as one of the very first detainees was picked up in Afghanistan years ago. She's held for not only being a terrorist and providing material support to Al qaida and the Taliban, but also for attacking soldiers trying to shoot soldiers with a rifle here in the U.S. and a hospital. It's a long story, but she's someone who's been held and that care national, by the way, has actually been holding fundraisers and events and support events for this terrorist who's been convicted over the years behind the scenes for years. They've been publicly holding events supporting this terrorist. And so this guy comes over. Now we've now learned he came over traveled from the UK to the U.S. utilized really exploited homeless shelters in New York City and then Dallas as he made his way across the United States in what seems to be a planned operation from a known jihadist, someone who is known to UK authorities somehow the FBI lets this guy in doesn't pick him up on their radar. We hear from President Biden of all people, tells us that this guy somehow was able to obtain an illegal weapon while here in the United States. And so this has all the hallmarks. It's shaping up to be a planned operation from an overseas terrorist cell and he may have had help here in the United

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Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 4 months ago

Texas rabbi says he, 2 hostages escaped synagogue standoff

"The the rabbi rabbi of of a a Texas Texas synagogues synagogues as as he he threw threw a a chair chair at at a a gunman gunman and and then then escape escape with with two two other other hostages hostages after after a a ten ten hour hour standoff standoff a a rambling rambling a a congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel in in suburban suburban fort fort worth worth Texas Texas said said he he left left the the gunman gunman in in the the synagogue synagogue on on Saturday Saturday because because he he appeared appeared to to need need shelter shelter he he says says the the man man was was not not threatening threatening or or suspicious suspicious at at first first later later he he heard heard a a gun gun click click as as he he was was praying praying authorities authorities identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal on on ground ground he he was was killed killed Saturday Saturday night night after after the the last last hostages hostages ran ran out out of of the the synagogue synagogue around around nine nine PM PM the the FBI FBI issued issued a a statement statement calling calling the the ordeal ordeal a a terrorism terrorism related related matter matter in in which which the the Jewish Jewish community community was was targeted targeted I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff

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AP and FBI in Hot Water for Claiming Texas Synagogue Hostage Stand-off Was 'Not Related to Jewish Community'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:28 min | 4 months ago

AP and FBI in Hot Water for Claiming Texas Synagogue Hostage Stand-off Was 'Not Related to Jewish Community'

"There was a terrorist incident, a terrorist attack, really on a synagogue, and Texas. There's some news on that after we heard the media dutifully report that there's nothing really to see here. The Associated Press, the FBI, tweeted out, and again, this is from The Associated Press. Understand the AP is where multiple news outlets get their news from, so millions and millions of Americans are influenced dare I say indoctrinated by The Associated Press. They've been woke for years. The FBI. As apparently, is apparently woke. What does that look like? How does it manifest? Well, here's what The Associated Press tweeted over the weekend. Breaking the FBI says the Texas synagogue hostage takers demands were specifically focused on issue not connected to the Jewish community. Now, of course, there was tons there was a ton of backlash to that, people were absolutely livid, but this is what the media's default position always is. This is what the FBI does. Minimizing the terror attack. Minimizing the terror attack as terrorism. And I don't fully understand why. I wish I could understand why. I'm going to give you a theory. And if you haven't followed this story, a guy bursts in while a service is in progress being live streamed at a Jewish synagogue in collegeville, Texas. Right near where I used to live for years. And because it was being live streamed, this monster's audio was picked up, there was there was some audio of him ranting and raving and what he was saying, he held four members of the congregation, including the rabbi hostage for hours before they were able to escape the team from Quantico stormed in. They all local and federal and they took either killed himself or they took

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Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Texas rabbi: Security training paid off in hostage standoff

"Police police in in England England say say they've they've arrested arrested two two teenagers teenagers in in that that probe probe into into an an armed armed British British national national holding holding four four people people hostage hostage during during a a ten ten all all stand stand out out a a Texas Texas synagogue synagogue the the greater greater Manchester Manchester police police have have not not named named the the suspects suspects detained detained on on Sunday Sunday well well with with that that they they face face any any charges charges they they describe describe them them as as teenagers teenagers in in custody custody for for questioning questioning authorities authorities have have identified identified the the hostage hostage taker taker as as forty forty four four year year old old British British national national Malek Malek Faisal Faisal Akram Akram he he was was killed killed on on Saturday Saturday night night after after the the loss loss sausages sausages ran ran out out of of congregation congregation Beth Beth Israel Israel near near fort fort worth worth the the FBI FBI says says it it appears appears Akram Akram was was acting acting alone alone he'd he'd arrived arrived in in the the U. U. S. S. recently recently on on a a tourist tourist visa visa from from the the U. U. K. K. London's London's Metropolitan Metropolitan Police Police say say its its counterterrorism counterterrorism group group is is the the asing asing with with US US authorities authorities about about the the incident incident Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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Canon J.John on Jesus and the Woman of Samaria

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:40 min | 6 months ago

Canon J.John on Jesus and the Woman of Samaria

"There folks I'm talking to canon Jay John. What kind of name is that? Canon is a title, CA NO, all right? We've covered that. J John J period John, we don't have time to get into this. All I know is that's your name, and you've written this book, and you're my friend. And we're talking about you were just talking about that pathogen scripture where Jesus is talking to the woman at the well. Now some people know this very well and other people don't know it. But I love the idea that when you get to know what the Bible says it makes more and more sense. So here you have the idea that the samaritans, how would we describe them today? They were like half breeds. The Jews thought we're pure we're Jewish, samaritans, who live in samaria. We don't really want to we don't want to get near them. They're basically what are they like second class citizens? We look down on them. I'm not really, I don't remember exactly what the context would. Absolutely Eric. And they despised them. And as I said, there were long-standing traditions. The Jesus ignored. And I think some of our traditions in church today, they're a good, but I think we've got a lot of traditions that hinder people. And I find it refreshing that Jesus was willing to break long-standing traditions and go into samaria. And he wasn't doing it just to be a rebel. Let's be honest. This is the funny thing is that sometimes being rebellious or breaking traditions itself becomes a cliche and a tradition and a cheap way of avoiding truth, right? So that you know people can say like, well, I'll never wear a tie. But then everybody doesn't wear a tie. And so then the person wearing the tie is the rebel. And we always have those tendencies as human beings, but Jesus was God. And so he really wasn't doing this just to be cheeky or whatever he was actually trying to point to the truth. And when he spoke to this woman, you didn't exactly say it. But it's the middle of the day. Why is a woman there alone at the well in the middle of the day? A lot of people don't know this. Explain that if you will. Of course, she came out in the middle of the day because she didn't want to engage with the other women because she obviously had caused offense because she had had 5 husbands. And the man that she was living with at that time was not her husband. Okay, so she was considered a loose woman, people looked down on her despised her. So she shows up in the middle of the afternoon and anybody who's been to that part of the world, whether Greece or you don't want to go out at three in the afternoon. It's miserable. You hide in the shade. But she comes out, Jesus is there. And he begins to talk to her at what point because I'm trying to remember the conversation how it goes. He says to her, no, she says to him, why are you a Jew? Why are you even a man? A Jewish man, a rabbi, why are you talking to me? Stunned. Oh yeah, she was totally blown away. She couldn't really understand. And that's why I love the conversation. And the effect of the conversation of Jesus first of all, focusing on what they had in common, which was H2O, rather than focusing on their differences. And engaging with her about this living water that he could offer her. But then also speaking into her

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"rabbi" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

01:30 min | 7 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"Are you ready. Are you ready for the highlight of the day. All you ready for the highlight of the week. Are you ready for. Maybe the highlight of the entire year. This week's partial podcast is about to begin now before began. I want to let the audience know that the newsletter is back and we are on a roll and if you have in a subscribe to the newsletter and you've been reading at the last couple of weeks you know what i'm talking about. I found a way to bribe myself to write a newsletter each week. Maybe one day. I'll tell you bet tactic. I used it does help. Of course that the kids are back in school but working really hard on it. And i'm not going to publish a weekly newsletter unless it is really interesting and helpful and in fact regarding last week's newsletter in our neighborhood one of the rabbis quoted the newsletter in his sermon and he called it masterful and i must confess that rabbi who quoted. The newsletter has a remarkable uncanny ability to capture the quality of a newsletter. In one word masterful. I myself cannot come up with a better description well okay. I'm convinced i'm convinced. I want the.

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"rabbi" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

01:39 min | 8 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"David and jonathan loved each other because the the values were aligned and therefore jonathan was willing to take you know a back seat to david because he wasn't just thinking about his role what he's gonna be of it in a physical sense of like what god god wants david. Okay i'll be second in command. Because god was partner so to speak to this relationship that relationship adored similarly were we were told ish visha men and women's fire on both sides. The fires teamed with god and then there's happiness and harmony and then we saw this amazing and stary piece in the hostage our vets who tells us that in our relationship with god that loving relationship. It's gonna change. It's going to adjust once we're in a completely spiritual environment with mitchell that the love that we have forgotten is also even alive today. It is grounded in a spiritual reasons not just physical reasons. Because then what's going to be got to the spiritual world and we no longer enjoy the state and we know low andro joy physical benefits that we based our love for god here upon. And then we're gonna lose it. Even after we are dead we can potentially lose our stature that we worked so hard to attain in this world as well as my email address is rabbi worby. jimmy dot com don't has the semi emails with any questions comments feedback. Send me your story. Let me know what's happening. Rabbi will be at gmo dot com..

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2,700-year-old toilet found in Jerusalem was a rare luxury

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

2,700-year-old toilet found in Jerusalem was a rare luxury

"Israel says archaeologists have found a rare ancient toilets in Jerusalem dating back more than two thousand seven hundred years that's when private bathrooms or luxury in the holy city the Israeli antiquities authority says this move called limestone toilet was found in a rectangular cabin that was part of a sprawling mansion overlooking what is now the holy city it was designed for comfortable sitting with a deep septic tank dug underneath animal bones and pottery found in the tank could shed light on the lifestyle and diet of people living at that time the director of the excavation Yaakov Billig says only the rich could afford toilets in those times I think that a famed rabbi once suggested that to be wealthy is to have a toilet next to your table I'm Charles Taylor this month

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

The Money Advantage Podcast

04:38 min | 9 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Money Advantage Podcast

"Wehner and the admirable. Rabbi daniel lapin back for another conversation on our show rabbi. Welcome to the show. Today i rachel good to be back as always really delighted. You be back means that loss. Time wasn't a total calamity. I love the word calamity. And i'm glad that it wasn't no in fact. We had a really really wonderful reception to the conversation last time where we were discussing thou shall prosper one of your best known books and this was biblical foundations for really success in every area of life but specifically in the area of money and the title of your book. But that's kind of what it all encompass these biblical rules for living and so today we really wanted to deep dive more on some of your wonderful wisdom for living and specifically this book the holistic. You that you have really talked about how to this integrated way of looking at life in finance and relationships and family and really doing all of this well because i think there can be this challenge in thinking that i could have one or the other. I can do something and not both and so. We're really here. Have a wonderful conversation with you today. So thank you for being willing to join us. It's a pleasure. Like i told you loft lost. I ever two kinds of interviews that i do. One of them is grueling. Pay influence rough and and the other one is a pleasure and when time is up i look about watch. I called believe the time gun buys him and yours is the latte academy. So you'd have to twist my arm to be back. I'm so thankful. I'm so thankful so bruce. Do you wanna share anything before going though i think one of the things i excited Share something. Because i think we have kind of a similar philosophy. Rabbi when i was a teacher One of my goals. I was reading this. Some of your your information. One of my goals was to actually bring financial education to the child in the.

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Hadass Glick Is Fulfilling the Biblical Command to Love the Widow, Orphan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | 9 months ago

Hadass Glick Is Fulfilling the Biblical Command to Love the Widow, Orphan

"Is really promoting. Something that a few years ago would be unbelievable. This is called amid sim foundation. Does tell us what is that seem. Foundation is about the young young families of widows orphans and he comes to take them and to bring them from their despair and from their break broken home gave them a support system of a community around them. It's something that's down. Today is something today that we just give them out to the authorities to the welfare to the government to take care of and us. People don't follow the word of sham. The gatt almighty that as it says in the torah and we need to do it. We need to take care. We built up a model. It's a it's a great amazing model that we do in jerusalem in your initial. I'm and we would like to do it all over the world and right now we are opening another seven centers like that special centers to income to embrace and to strengthen and to empower the families of young widows with orphans. As as a dusted. I mean since six to rebuild just. We're doing buildup widowed parents and make them whole again. After the loss of their spouse so that as leaders of their families they can provide a strong living and enduring foundation for their children. So it's not with. The bible never talks about the orphan talked about the widow and the orphan. We say lost a spouse young widow young families take strengthen the surviving parent that will strengthen the The children and the toronto to the family and god says you will be a source of blessing to the families of their now in an era where family issues are on a crisis the family value on a crisis and we say that if we strengthen family the most holy sacred phenomena in this world hobie strengthening the home of

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Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 9 months ago

Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

"People are not allowed to pray on the temple mount. So i'm allowed to visit but i'm i'm theoretically not allowed to pray. Is this rule changing or changed. I know you are working. So t tell me where are we we. We really made a change. And as i said in the past anybody who moved his lips was immediately arrested today. More and more jobs. Come on wait a minute. You're not kidding people. Move your lips in the past. That was what what situation was. Five hundred and ten years ago up there and i start moving my lips. What what happens. Succo cop the. Yeah the the. The jordanian palestinian walks would immediately call the police and the police would say. Listen this the status quo and then we can't allow that. But really i wanna i wanna. I just prefer looking towards the future. Because i have a illness. I don't know if you know. I'm very optimistic. Like it and i believe that we can bring the change. And we're bringing the change. And i really want to tell you that i have the privilege of here being right now as you said. We're all our hearts in israel and that's where we live but i'm here now with hadas who's really leading leading a revolutionary idea which is no greater than the one that i'm dealing with if i'm dealing with the destruction of the temple home of god that that has been destroyed two thousand years ago and we are rebuilding hadas dealing with present reality. And i think it's important that your listeners. Listen to this. Revolutionary thing that does is leading together with me. Tim foundation look for we get to that. Just give me quickly. Are you advocating rebuilding the temple building a third temple. And where is that just briefly. Because i'm just trying to no it's not. I am not advocating. The bible advocates talks about building a house of prayer for all nations. We want the one only god his he has one. His name is one and we. Are we believe that. The people have been chosen to be light upon the nation's to be a blessing to the families of the earth and teach them that. We're all worshipping one god even though we're the verse in systems and the way he's not mean to be convinced that it should be there. I think it should be there. But i mean. Is this realistic that they would allow jews to build a temple on the temple. Mount strikes me as very difficult if i would ask you eighty years ago. Is it realistic. Jewish state will be established in the middle east. Never anthro

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"And your friends and family keep their next warm as we go back to school and of course acres e f c they make the bee's folk custom-made hand design kits. That you really want and you really crave it chris. esi roughneck. Scarves are sponsor not tell them outrageous listeners. You can follow individually on twitter at soccer underscore rabbi an at l. ws map polar check out our content rapids related or otherwise at american soccer analysis and last word on sports dot com slash soccer..

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"I think it's haiti. bermuda. I can't remember the exact Matchups or anything mark but martinique. Is the other team along with canada. So hopefully jonathan lewis will be getting a hat trick against. Dd whoever that ends up being for the us national teams as he can't score a hat trick against the death loans on that. Rabbi we've already said why are predictions are mark who we're gonna. Who are the three players. Starting midfield on wednesday. So i think it's gotta be. I don't love it but it's the most likely outcome. I think it's going to be mesquita at ten bassett at eight. And then colin warner locking down as the defensive midfielder matt do you think that's is that what you're gonna expect or do you think the formation will be different or do you think the lineup of different. I think the is the most likely to start at the ten. I think bassett would be than filling at the eight. Shinyashiki was on sunday. I would assume if it's not calling warner that it would be If jack price can't go that it would be on warner. And i would assume that the first guy that we have maybe ali the roz comes in as the first bench option. That you have is number eight. Or maybe she knew t. substantive may be changed the former change things up in the mid feel a little bit late than you could potentially bring on chichi to provide some fresh lakes in midfield if mosquitoes having a chase around will trap a little bit too much for ninety minutes but that also move shinyashiki up top than if they wanted to bring on the raw to then lock it down so then you would have relatively fresher legs pressing instead of. Who's been the workhorse. The bell cow on at the four position and then have all the rogers buzzing around air on fire pun intended in the final twenty minutes to maybe see out the game rapids or trying to protect the lead to get a result. But i i think your production right now is the best option that we have Of course the colorado rapids sign somebody that because the morning of folks of this game will actually be the opening of the secondary transfer window so much pork. Smith has a deal that's already been agreed upon. And then they make fish on the guys in training and available. I don't see any other options that you have in midfield rabbi anything else or shall we get out of here. It's hot and sticky in his car. Man i'm totally abba gada.

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"I thought did a good job From seattle's ten point terms breaking a play in terms of being physical to the extent that kevin stott allowed them to be physical and when they took yellow cards it was good. It was a good yellowcard that it was take the card rather than let the rapids get in transition in the way that soco did in the way that our gomez did as well so i think the the rapids put together for not having an absolute world the of a goal from finishing standpoint for not having an elite striker who could finish off those opportunities a really close game. I think seattle matched the rapids pound for pound in terms of what the seattle had did you reacting to the rapids. Came at them. With every could offensively. Given the circumstances in seattle mash them defensively hound per pound. The the big team mark is. I'll agree with you. I think if the finishing with a little bit better but the simple fact that the best team the unquestioned folks best in major league soccer pain in addicts ordering foreign goods park played for a draw and the rapids took it to them for the better part of ninety minutes to the point where they were the better team and the stats would largely back up other than ex where i would point out again. A lot of those chances didn't necessarily turn into shots. This with the best defensive performance for the seattle sounders all season long mark the seattle seattle. I should point out. May haven't been shut out the season and an only in a few games have scored more than one goal so given that you gave up. The one really good opportunity was broken. Play could have easily ban dealt with frazier. Talk about how seattle does not need any four or five chances. In order to score their goal to get a result folks. The fact is will bruin bruin. Excuse me Was held in check by the center packs. You know i think other than that play and maybe two or three other ways you could. Easily forgive on the whole the ninety minutes the rapids. It a really good job. Defensively against the seattle sounders and other. I team that's really taken to them to where seattle was on the back foot playing for a draw rather than coming into win as the best team in major league soccer right now rabbi bad things a you've been talking a lot about the how easy matchup was regarding expecta- goals and so american soccer analysis math on the expected goals was one point. One one expected goals for the rapids. One point one six expected goals for seattle. That's good in the sense that like it was close and considering both teams got one goal and that was roughly. What math says they probably should have produced anyways. The thing that's interesting it's a number or a A difference between two numbers that i've never really dug into and to be honest. Asa's never really dug into it in the many think pieces. They've done on the math That i've read From the work that they did the there's another statistic which is an aggregate measure of All of the expected goals. That should have happened based on the passing the turnovers. The defense all the other things that happened in the game which is called offensive g plus or offensive.

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Ultimately the goal stood after they're reviewed to see whether or not there was a handful. Nothing given mary very clearly goes off of the leg of out for on his her touch. at halftime. it is one one mark and the colorado rapids pick up where they left off kind of the theme of the night. Here folks was the rapids. Winning the ball in midfield midfield getting the ball forward getting into good areas with good positional play in people in dangerous areas but either in the passes for that or in the past is connecting. The final pass was missing to set up. The shot or ultimately the final shot didn't happen in a way it reflected poorly on the rapids from a final extra standpoint so lots of balls in really good areas people in really good areas not resulting in great shooting opportunities and when those shots came do not result in really good opportunities on. I really good opportunity that the colorado rapids had in that mark Came in the fifty fourth fifty. Second minute on kind of at kobe gets the ball on a header. In the air from keegan rosenberg and he puts it off the market kind of falls over not from jumping in the air folks but can kind of be on so mad at myself. I'm gonna follow the ground. And then he gets up and slams his hand down on the grass that was a microcosm of kohl's game and really the run of play. He's off finally the colorado rapids. Break the damn. That was the seattle sounders in the fifty eight minutes. A long ball from san vines goes through money in the box. Michael borrows is able to collect it in the manchester city zone. In the box and then he cuts inside and berries. Inside the far post off of opportunistic bounce off of a soco's or game are gomez is on legs that also saw him get nutmeg and then we were tied at one one in the fifty eight minute mark. Several other really good opportunities. The best one for me was probably in the sixty nine th minute in which there was chaos in the box with cleveland of goalkeeper. Seattle up pairing the ball down off of the grass and then it bumped into the air and borrows was seeking. Were in the area. Both trying to go for the lose ball before foul was called. After cleveland was able to gather it know colorado dominated play in terms of vision trying to create opportunities but ultimately couldn't find anything ended up being one one. Rabbi what was your good thing from this past. Sunday's one one draw against the rave greed. I'll feel like most fans expected more and we're disappointed in the results. And i think considering where we were Last week in talking and previewing about this game reminding everybody. That seattle was undefeated going into this game and looked very hard to be And really had taken apart most of the good teams in the league and without too much difficulty Seattle play very well on the road You know i was very happy with thai. I feel like i was the only person who was happy with a tie That colorado was also missing a key player in jack. Prices been so so so important with set pieces and colorado went toe to toe is seattle..

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Time i was at again that was like that was when janey smith was Inaugurated into the circle of honor ring of honor ring of fire. I don't i never remember what they call that thing And they they. I remember it was done. I think mostly at halftime and there were some bagpipes And i think a lot of people because this is already like kind of rapids. Three point zero. A lot of people were like. Who's this guy you know. It was it was. He was just a little bit distant. And whatever and i also think jamie smith as talented as as integral as he was to the rapids. I think he was not of the same caliber her say as as pablo mastroeni or marcelo balboa or Conor casey. And i think to that end i guess you know just to conclude the thought is. It feels really nice that Pablo was the first number. Ever retired is really interesting because they know it's it's it's an american sports tradition to retire. Numbers it's not a european thing. I don't think i don't know if there are. I think most clubs in europe have never retired a number. You told the fan bases like oh. You should retire a number. They'd be like retire. What now like they just don't they don't conceive of the idea And i like it. I think it's really nice especially useful that you know. His number is a twenty five. The number stands out. But it's not like one of the injured goal key numbers out there like nine or ten or six or eight where retiring it would be a problem But you know. I we you and i both spoke with pablo. When he was a manager. We both found be an entertaining guy. A straightforward guy and his coaching career was extension of his personality as a player where it was hard to tackle hard working. You know he really believes in defense. He really believed in in winning games by grinding. Your opponents dust Both as a player and as a coach. I really appreciate that you know. I don't know that i've ever moved on from the pablo mastroeni era not in terms of like believing another coaches but in believing in the coaching philosophy of being a hard nosed defensive team. I really enjoy that. I will forever be appreciative of.

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

03:49 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"Experience I am doing no such thing. I'm just in a car. That's that's the only and it's hot Because my in laws are in the podcast basement with all the scarves and my wife. Doesn't let me podcasts. In the house because the only person louder then me is not paul as very loud and that is one of the greatest things i. I'm really glad the their software that automatically levels divall ume of our podcast. Because guys if you turn up to like normal volume it would break your headphones with. We would we would damage your audio equipment. Yes level later. Is the app that we use. Put the audio through. After i do some of the basic initial cleanup Post folks and then i put it through level later and then we balance that out with the interim music in the app music behalf. So hopefully it's a consistent audio for the most part Other than when mark or saying scottish salmon or referencing something about certainly goal bassett. Is that way. But i would say rabbi. Is this the weirdest setup we've had in terms of a podcast like we've done. Skype allows us to call phone numbers so i think called a phone number when you were in california one point. When i've been traveling for work we've done it where i have been working off of hotel wi fi which has been inconsistent and then obviously we have to talk about the hotel art that we have a old inside joke that we have but you are in a car with the laptop on and then it using a hot spot on your phone and your phone is plugged into the car battery in order to have enough phone battery to run the hot spot for the forty five minutes. Maybe an hour. That will be talking. Is this the weirdest like lease professional setup. After we'd had for a podcast in history show probably. i mean. it's funny because i've never done this. Podcast from a foreign country I i think. Have i been to israel the time we've done this podcast. Maybe not maybe navy. We miss that You know next summer. we're already talking about next summer. Doing our trip to israel instead of the in laws having to come here so that'll be interesting. Because the odds are based on my inlaws. Strange apartment and the strange time difference between the two. I may be randomly wandering the streets of jerusalem at eight o'clock in the morning. Doing the podcast with you. Which would be super awesome. I think but worst case scenario mark will have another loney. Come in for that. Since you'll you'll pun intended be on international duty. Yeah that'd be fun. I mean you know it'd be good opportunity. It'll be good another good opportunity for me to write an article that i love writing in everybody else goes off. I don't wanna read. This is about my favorite second division team in israel who moved up to the first division this last week or a couple of weeks ago. So congratulations to help all jerusalem who will be in the premiership of the israeli soccer league. Excellent stuff Mark are made that we have for this. Evening was occurred after the final whistle on sunday. We'll know before the fireworks of before the fireworks after the final whistle in which the colorado rapids welcomed back. Oh captain my captain himself. Parliamentary to formally retire his number twenty five jersey. It was a it was a dark day. Certainly for me mark and i would hope all the burgundy blue faithful as we had The first full capacity exporting goods park a game that we had since the home opener of last year against orlando just the the seven ever home..

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"The two spirit signs extremely the arm sausage suits ask with john. Thank you Hello colorado rapids fans. This is holding the high line with rabbi read. We are brought to you by And roughnecks scarves. My name is matt. Pollard is monday. The fifth of july twenty twenty one narrative. Fc's dream has come. True as one of england or denmark will play in the final of the euro's messi scoring in bangers farts and tina on free. Kicks does that make you feel cristiano and i have seen the rapids faithful. I r. l. and was glorious other than the final score of the game on sunday. I'm joined now by a man who's hot boxing in the car in the driveway of the in-laws place. Rabbi marc. goodman inlaws are in place but yes yes. thank you matt Yeah the I i i think Most of our listeners will assume that hot. Boxing is a standard colorado phrase for getting into a car with your highschool buddies and getting a massive contact high off of the one tiny joint that you've all rolled for.

"rabbi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"rabbi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I tell you to hear him speak to his Children, Not just as a rabbi, but as a father as a parent was very, very moving for me. And I think if I talk about that, when you have to officiate at a life cycle, a celebration for a member of the family you take on a different role. Yeah, Thanks, Joe. It was it's been an honor to celebrate these milestones with you. You know, it's interesting coat had taught me that I don't only love my family, but I really like my family. I have enjoyed so much of the time that we've spent together and we would never get 6 to 7 months of this intense time, and it's been a blessing for me. My kids were born into a difficult spot. They're like politicians, kids, and so far that there seemed to the lens of being the rabbi's child often. And that puts them into a responsibility that they didn't sign up for, but they've taken on graciously. And I'm fully aware of that because I'm a rabbi's kid and because I'm aware of the challenges that they faced with it, But I've tried to make sure that they have as much of a mainstream life. It's possible and I'm really blessed because both of my Children are healthy. Thank on both of my Children have a good moral compass, and none of that would be possible. Were it not for my partner who Is just more of an amazing mother than she is amazing life and she is an amazing life and we're just very blessed. So I just pray that we get to spend more milestones in mile markers with people who we love. I love what you said about Alaoui, your Children tohave a natural progression of growth in our products in context. We call them P. K's preacher's kids and the thing that they had to go through and I'll tell you my wife threatened the congregation early on, she said. Let my Children grow up normal. Don't look, don't make them hate what their father and I do. Ah, to present you know, a context of Christian community that we can all experience the fate together and grow together, and that was so important that my kids grew up loving the faith. Instead of rejecting it because of the pressures put upon them when they were growing up. Well, yeah, my father did that for us. I'm one of four boys and they were really good about that. And I just hope we can. We can replicate that. Rabbi Kirsten, we come to the end the segment. Let me also take over Bernard. I was moved from a cursor and his congregation. Well welcomed refugees. Those who are fleeing from persecuted area who arrived in the states and you had to see how communally came out to embrace the others, and they weren't Jewish refugees. Right. There were Muslim refugees and to see the warmth given to them to see kids who didn't understand the other in terms of language, but understood the other in terms of that youthful spirit was extremely extremely gratifying. And I'll never forget and all those scenes so thank you for that. I knew your dad. I said he's proud of you looking down. I know your mom. She's proud of you. You always include her in all of you know that I do. And it's nice to see a legacy being perpetuated. Eso. Thank you. Rabbi David cursed our temple Emanuel close in Jersey Past President Important Reporter, Rabbi Rabbi you Ah, people want to hear more about you from you know what? Website? Yeah. Go to the Ambien websites or you go to Temple Temple Emanuel Com website After the holidays, All of our services will be available for people. To launch into CR sermons and speeches and cantor singing. And also you can follow on Twitter that Rabbi Kushner or Facebook also a rabbi Kirshner Great..

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"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"rabbi" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"By FCC and roughnecks scarves, and a part of the beautiful game network. It is Wednesday September sixteenth twenty twenty. It's a post game podcast. It's H. E. H. L. after dark, and it's been a tale of two performances for the Burgundy boys in the past two weeks elation relief and history made on Saturday night as Colorado got their first win at the Rio t a five nil drubbing of fake Salt Lake that brought the Rocky Mountain Cup back to Colorado, Freddy. Juarez is salty about Gavin's garbage time tekkers lawsuit Boubacar probably fell asleep bruening the Rocky Mountain Cup and Keegan Rosenberg epitomized what it feels like living twenty twenty as he was seeing, double fisting beers in the locker room post game. Then humbling result as squad rotation, poor emergency defending and set pieces. See FC Dallas beat Colorado four to one lesson Q. Hours ago at time of recording. I'm joined now by a man who could teach the rapids thing or two about never getting too high or down on Yourself Rabbi Marc Goodman, how are you doing tonight my friend? Great. Colorado. Call a Pennsylvania. As our state is in the throes of trying to decide whether we should legalize marijuana and apps the question you know the highs of the highs and the lows of the lows, how high can the Colorado rapids get? The answer is Pretty High Pretty High Matt, I mean Mark. You know we definitely, we love to play up the triple entendre that is our named. It is way better than my original idea three years ago or whatever it was of on I guess the off season between twenty seventeen and eighteen of us being the rap pod. So certainly, I I like Our Name. I, like it's an easy analogy. It's an easy thing to, Hashtag we've got a really easy. You know name for our fans. You know how? Like the insane clown posse has the Gigolos question mark and we got the high liners. So I'm down with that but mark let's get to the action to this week as it is getting late for you, and obviously we have a lot to talk about with to of two matches that were very very different for the Colorado rapids and we've got games to. Preview previews we'll be playing this coming Saturday and a week from tonight at time recording. So mark we're going to start with it. It's the Rocky Mountain Cup I don't know that anybody was super optimistic about it. You know the team Robin. Fraser said openly, we weren't even really thinking or talking about Rocky Mountain Cup. It's. Let's go there. Let's try to get three points Robin Frazier said in his pre-game availability. And get their win and we're GONNA try and win by as many goals as possible, and that's pretty much what the rapids did. Day Rubio gets off the snide he scores three minutes and he scores off a set-piece. Sam Vines gets on the board after he got a couple really good opportunities in the first half, he overlaps in scores where he could have done more with the service and him getting the ball in good positions in the attacking third in the first half Brian Galvan. Comes off the bench plays the most minutes. Of his rapids career just over thirty five minutes previously marquee had not even played twenty minutes in all competitions. All appearances for the rapids he gets his first goal goal Bassett scores in the eighty eighth minute. Stay a fantastic attacking masterclass in terms of what this team is capable of doing in terms of creating space getting numbers four and actually finishing their chances something we did not see them do. In their one one draw against the Houston Dynamo and fantastic performance from a defensive structure standpoint giving nothing and taking everything from Albert Rusnak from demure quiet save for a couple of half chances where crouch was able to get space and Vine Corey Barrett, and maybe a few half looks on headers on set-pieces they swallow up everything they took cry lashes lunch money they sent. Albert. Rusnak back home to. Be consoled by his mother they played out of pressure. Fantastic get the ball forward into bases they. attacked and pressed against. In ways that got them absolutely nothing. This is possibly mark the most dominating performance either received for the rapids on top of that first time ever they score more than two goals at the Rio t first win ever at Rio Tinto Stadium. Their last win was at Rice eccles in two thousand, seven mark I challenge you to guess the names of the players from the Colorado rapids in two thousand. What were you doing in two thousand seven mark your thoughts on the game what was your good thing and where were you in two thousand seven the last time the rapids one prior to Saturday in the State of Utah Wow. Okay. We'll start with that question before I forget it. In, two thousand and seven. I had just finished my first year. As Rabbi I was the director of Social Justice in community service and the kind of adjunct teacher of Talmud at the Jewish community school of the Bay in San Francisco California is now is this is this pre Mrs Rabbi Mark We were dating at that point we were like at that point, we had been dating nine months and I think I propose like a couple like at the end of two, thousand, seven. So at that point, the only soccer I was watching was premier. League I think because I was a like a mild arsenal phantom and my wife to be was a mild arsenal fan. So but there wasn't a whole lot of soccer going on i. mean the funny thing was living in San Francisco for five years I thought of going but never once went to San Jose earthquakes game because the Games always took place Saturday night at seven thirty and Shibata wasn't over yet and it was an hour drive from San Francisco to San Jose. So it's like, am I really going to get in the car three hours before Shibata. To go to the thing. And the answer was no. So anyways not interesting but but but that's where that's where I was Yeah. That was a wild game and not at all what I expected. You know I felt I felt like I was gonna say i. told you. So like after I said that we were gonNA take a loss and a draw out of the two games that we played and we got a draw and a win and not only to win but drawn a big win a win loss mark. I mean the game of afford. Oh With Houston. Includes yeah yeah yes. All right. Thank you for Point of clarification I didn't make any prognostication about the Dallas game I don't think but anyhow Yeah no I mean we I don't know if I'll do a good thing. Bad thing out of this because there I don't know if there was any bad things I will I'll make a couple of interesting what I think are interesting points who knows what's interesting when it's already past.

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

"In his mind, his teachers lectures and teachings. Were perfectly organized, and now he encountered. He's living the part about extending life and he's grasping. For a little bit more life. They tried to lift him. But he wasn't such extreme vetting pain. It was impossible to move him, and he remained in the hospital. We actually have an account what he was saying the last few moments in the hospital. He spoke about Rebecca. And his martyrdom. And he declared. That I'm not buying. I'm looking forward to it, but I'm concerned about the defilement of. Might Selma looking of the Godly image that I was created. And the twenty second day of Thomas Nineteen forty, four, the Nazi beasts burned down the hospital that he was located in with all its occupants. One of his students who was actually with him. And managed to escape, came to the side of the hospital two days later, hoping maybe to find some bones, the find some ashes may be. There will be some remnants to Berry. And it was eerie. There was nothing there. The hospital was a wooden structure built upon a concrete slab. And only the concrete slab. And metal frames of what used to be beds remained after the inferno. In lecture that robot had given in nineteen, thirty eight. He said powerful idea. We're told to always be ready for martyrdom. Should, the opportunity arise. But true martyrdom. Is Not jumping into the fire. But calmly. Walking slowly into the fire. That's what it's all about. Like all his teachings, these were not ideas. This was Jala. That penetrated his lifeblood. From Rome left a tremendous legacy. of his eight children, four of his children, three sons Elliot's. Whoever called Belleville and throw and a daughter Miriam us. Children were murdered by the Nazis. For of his children survived his daughter. Sarah, married Rabbi Haim cries worth a legendary rabbi installer who served for fifty years as the chief rabbi of Antwerp in Belgium, his daughter Laya married. Rabbi Bara Rosenberg another legendary scholar who was received of the Slovakia Sheva when reconstituted in Israel. His one surviving son Yitzhak, who spent the formative years of his life, hiding from the Nazis and stealing potatoes, he moved to Israel and founded a Colo Colo L. Russell. Rum named after his father, and he published his father's Work Torres some from and the greatest of daughters. RIFTA married Rubbish Lama. Welby, my grandfather, the greatest muster master of the Post War Yeshiva world. His musser discourses from nineteen, thirty, seven to nineteen, forty were salvaged and published in Israel and a book called Taurus from, and.

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

"And most of the students disbanded. They standard. And Rebecca Romney message the remaining students. He said having his teaching us very powerful lesson. We thought when we had the as Sheva that we were fulfilling Torah amidst poverty. But the truth is is that Heaven has revealed to us that no, we repudiated Tohra amidst Wilf we may these. She went to entertainment center, and therefore it was indeed. Transformed into one. In nineteen, forty one in. Barrosa the Germans conquer Lithuania and they moved all the Jews of Cardinal, which is the city that slip to is a suburb of into the governor ghetto. Obviously life in the ghetto was nightmarish the Germans and their Lithuanian collaborators who, by all accounts were much more ruthless than the Germans made axios actions, they would storm the ghetto and murder portions of the inhabitants and. Home became the spiritual nerve center. In Kuvner? All the students, all the rabbis everyone that was into Toro coalesced into the gratuity house, studying together. Hearing Torah lectures the other. And fearfully awaiting the next OCSTA-. One of the rabbis famous rabbis of Europe and ended up in his home, was Rabbi Hanin, Vassar Man, the famed Russia Sheva of Borana vetch, and he spent the final weeks of his life in the Covenant Ghetto together with Reverend Region St. Two days before he was killed. Robot Rome told rebel Hon. You have to say a lecture. You have to give us a lecture. In the laws of Kenosha Sham, the laws of martyrdom the laws of dying for God the laws of dime because Jewish. Could you imagine giving a lecture in a ghetto to students when you don't know if you're GonNa make it through the day. So rebel Hunnam Bosman tells him I can't do it. I don't have clarity of mind. And Room said to him. No now is the time to say such a lecture. This is the midst of the day. So, he spent a few hours preparing and give a lecture, and when he finished the lack of discourse robot from delivered a fiery muster discourse on the same subject. And the twelfth of Tom was nineteen forty one rob. A Watson was taken and together with twelve other Abbas in Sheva students including Velvet gratuity. Son They were taken and murdered by Lithuanian Nazi. Collaborators herbal from himself was spared this. Because due to his leg ailments, he was lying on the couch when the barbarians burst into the house, and it didn't have the means to transport police left them there. In her book, detailing her Holocaust, experiences called faith in the night. His daughter rift. Worby tells some of the harrowing stories. About what they experienced during those years mcaddo. When re to one such story? We had had asked they Jewish carpenter in the ghetto to build us a secret room. Our ghetto dwelling had a small alcove about as wide as in store way..

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

"Kinski joins this tawdry and tells, but the rabble-rousers. The Anti Muslim Students of tells they maintain their strident opposition to most sir, and they even continued some of their violent and despicable harassment of the Messiah rights. To disrupt these lubbock must rights. They would whistle disturb the students in the study hall. There would vandalize. Study Hall Breaking Sanders Smashing Windows. They would hide the muscle books before the time to study muster. On some Stora, the rebels threw rocks at the house in which these lubbock students, and there must yeah for celebrating according to one account, some of the anti Muslim students actually got drunk and threatened even kill the mushed Lia. The episode ended traumatically for the slut kites when the threats to perpetrate violence were actualized. This is another quote from me Goddamn. It came to the point that tried to force their way in to the lift. Hold lift is the name of the Rabbi musty. That was sent from Slovakia and harm him and his students when the furniture piled up at the door. Attendee me way. VROM GRUDEN's St an exceptionally strong and men held unto the door for hours until the gym cut into his flesh and left a lifetime scar on his arm. The besieged group finally got a wagon to drive up to a window. Whereupon they jumped in and fled tells for their lives. The aftermath of the story is that the tells yeshiva closed down really, and when it reopened all the ringleaders of the opposition to mow Sir were expelled. This was the first of many instances that reveiw Rome would serve as the altars emissary, though I'd imagine known were quite as dramatic. When he returned to slip from tells. Rowbotham was asked to be the reviewer of the altars discourses. This is a very difficult task. Because the outer was notorious for speaking cryptically and using few words, sometimes, he would merely string together sources, and only the most accomplished students could pick up the connection the sources and understand his line of reasoning. Robot from had become such an accomplished scholar. And someone who understood the alternates teach, and so completely that he would elaborate and elucidate and explained the meaning. Of the altars, cryptic messages after World War One the altar, formerly adder above Rome to the slaughter, faculty and Rebecca from again delivering mercer discourses of his own in the Sheva. In nineteen eleven, he married Hocine. Heller the daughter of Rabbi Dove Fee, universally known as Rabbi Berra Hirsch Heller the younger musty of Sabkha to differentiate him from the outer. Who has the older musty? Ribeira Hirsch the Father Lover, but trump courtesy was a legend on.

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

"The syon of a long line of famous rabbis and scholars rub ever under aginst. He was born in Warsaw Poland in eighteen, eighty two his parents rabbi Yitzhak in high amount owed. Rigidity were legendary titans of the community in Warsaw they operated a home that was a veritable factory of Torah and kindness and hospitality to this I. wanted to share a bit about reforms, background and upbringing, but I was a little bit wary to talk about his parents and the kind of home that the operated because the stories are so fantastic so superlative that I imagined the audience will likely doubt they're autheniticity. Pledge to you, dear listener is at the stores, and I'm going to share about the garage St home in Warsaw are all documented by first party accounts his father Rabbits Hawk whom everyone called? Rebecca founded and ran a network of Sheva of Torah schools in Warsaw. He took care of young students like elementary school. He had thirteen teachers that he hired that he fundraise for that he paid for. He ran as Sheva. Sheva for high school age teams and advance the Sheva than even a Colo and advanced, tell Munich Institution for married scholars now this system it exists in most Jewish cities in the world today, but it was highly novel in Warsaw in the Nineteenth Century, and show organized fundraising for at all, and his wife actually cut for all the students every day on an average day. Their home hosted thirty guests for lunch. Rich and his wife were beloved by all the Torah giants of their day, in fact, when all the great giants of the Torah World. I think century. When they went to Warsaw, they all stay by his home. The time was saved by his father, and in fact when his descendants descendants of rich would come to Rawdon. Reciprocate that hospitality, and have them stay by his home. The kind described this couple as the pillars of kindness and Toro in Warsaw, and he would chide rabbis from other cities asking them. Why can't you be more like Rebecca? And he said that if not for OBITA. Jewish education would seize in Warsaw. Besides for being a bastion of Torah, the home that Rabbi Avrom Rahm Gruden do grew up, was a factory of kindness and hospitality like the House of Abraham. Our forefather coin to one of the bad refers and again the stories are so superlative. That reading them listening to them. We can't imagine anyone that we know behaving with this degree of kindness. They're homeless, always bustling with people. It was always open for the needy for the downtrodden. It was the destination for the depressed and for the unfortunate. Everyone came. There was fed was encouraged. was given guidance was helped was given a place to stay. And when they ran out of beds, the parents would forfeit their own beds for their guests..

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"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rabbi" Discussed on The Jewish History Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

"Rack Density T. was the last head of these slutty sheep in Lithuania he was the primary disciple of the altar of Slovakia, and he served as his successor when the Altair wanted found a branch of his yeshiva in Israel in Roane. He sent his primary disciple Rome to establish it. And after the she was established. They switch places. Rotherham in St went back to Slovakia too heavy Sheva in the altars place, and the altar when Israel to head the yeshiva in. Ron Robot <unk> headed these Sheva in Slovakia until World War broke out, and even led a cadre of students in the governor ghetto under ghastly conditions. With the destruction of European Jewry in the Holocaust, we have to always remember that a vibrant world. Of the Lithuanian Mercier Sheva expired with European jewellery. Of course, the great she votes were resurrected after the war. But they are a shell of their PROGENITOR HIS GLORY If you WANNA study about what the pre warship world was like. Rabbi gratuity is an exemplar of the glory and the greatness of that lost world. He was a man of unmatched nobility, even aristocracy. person of flawless sterling character, a man of unparalleled intellect. A man who also sadly lived a life replete with tragedies, suffering all manners of pain and suffering punctuated by his macabre murder by the Nazis on the twenty second day of Thomas Nineteen, forty, four, exactly seventy six years ago. As a DISCLAIMER WANNA point out the repre Ginseng tea is also my great grandfather, the father of my maternal grandmother so for me, this is especially personal and poignant. The syon of a long line of famous rabbis and scholars rub ever under aginst. He was born in Warsaw Poland in eighteen, eighty two his parents rabbi Yitzhak in high amount owed. Rigidity were legendary titans of the community in Warsaw they operated a home that was a veritable factory of Torah and kindness and hospitality to this I. wanted to share a bit about reforms, background and upbringing, but I was a little bit wary to talk about his parents and the kind of home that the operated because the stories are so fantastic so superlative that I imagined the audience will likely doubt they're autheniticity. Pledge to you, dear listener is at the stores, and I'm going to share about the garage St home in Warsaw are all documented by first party accounts his father Rabbits Hawk whom everyone called? Rebecca founded and ran a network of Sheva of Torah schools in Warsaw. He took care of young students like elementary school. He had thirteen teachers that he hired that he fundraise for that he paid for. He ran as Sheva. Sheva for high school age teams and advance the Sheva than even a Colo and advanced, tell Munich Institution for married scholars now this system it exists in most Jewish cities in the world today, but it was highly novel in Warsaw in the Nineteenth Century, and show organized fundraising for at all, and his wife actually cut for all the students every day on an average day. Their home hosted thirty guests for lunch.

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