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Sunday November 2, 8PM est
MyLife: Chassidus Applied
with Rabbi Jacobson

Wednesday, October 29, 8:15PM est
Meaningful Life Skills
with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
The Greatest Step Ever Taken: How to Change Your Life
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Thursday, October 30, 7:00pm est
Creative Spirituality with Phillip Namanworth

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Friday, October 31

On the 7th of Cheshvan the Jews living farthest from Israel returned home after celebratiing the holidays in Jerusalem. For this reason the Jews in Israel don't begin praying for rain until the 7th of Cheshvan, in order that the rain should not disturb the travelers who still hadn't arrived. This teaches us how much we must love one another, to the extent that we disregard our own need for rain in order not to cause a traveler any discomfort.

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