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Letting Go

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

A Brand New World; Where do I Fit In?

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Machzor in Depth Part 3

The Machzor In Depth
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 44.1 megabytes | 01:04:19

The Machzor in Depth Part 2

The Machzor in Depth
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 38.8 megabytes | 56:37

The Machzor in Depth Part 1

The Machzor in Depth
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 41.5 megabytes | 1:00:29

Eyes on You

Rabbi Sender Haber

Unesaneh Tokef: Our Breath of Fresh Air

Rabbi Sender Haber

The Teruah

Rabbi Sender Haber

Who Was Rav Mordechai Feinstein?

Rabbi Sender Haber

Be a Tzaddik!

Rabbi Sender Haber

Breaking G-d’s Rules

Rabbi Sender Haber

Tomer Devorah - Part Two

What is the ultimate in spirituality? Rav Moshe Cordovero in his classic Tomer Devorah answers this question in outlining 13 aspects of Hashem that we can all strive to emulate.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 6.91 megabytes | 1 hour

Tomer Devorah - Part One

What is the ultimate in spirituality? Rav Moshe Cordovero in his classic Tomer Devorah answers this question in outlining 13 aspects of Hashem that we can all strive to emulate.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 6.52 megabytes | 57 minutes

Davening on Shabbos That Coincides with Yom Tov or Rosh Chodesh

what matters when forgotten
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber

Rosh Hashana

Close your eyes and imagine what the world must have looked like on the first day of creation. Pristine, fresh, untainted, healthy and unpolluted. Man is created. He is naive, pure and innocent. His face shines from the goodness of his unadulterated soul. His tongue is holy because he has never told a lie. His heart can only love because he has not learned how to hate. Don't we all wish we were there? Don't we all wish we could catch a whiff of the freshest air in history? Welcome to Rosh Hashanah. HaYom Haras Olam! Today the world is created. It's a new world. Today we can start afresh, our hearts and souls can be renewed, our relationships can begin again and even our environment can change. Today we can be rejuvenated with the same exuberance and enthusiasm that we have when we start an exciting new project. The world does not have to be at war. Jews don't have to be fighting with each other. Today the world is created afresh. HaYom Haras Olam!
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Apple Dipped in Honey – Siman or Superstition?

The view of superstition in Halacha
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber

Laws of Selichos

an overview of the laws and customs associated with Selichos
Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch Haber

Teshuvah - Bringing Out the Beauty of Our Souls

Rabbi Yaacov Haber
TorahLab

Rosh Hashanah MP3’s

Free audio shiurim on Rosh Hashana
TorahLab

Rosh Hashana Source Material and Teachers Guide

A free study guide and source book for teachers and students on Rosh Hashana
TorahLab

I Saw Him and Sat on His Grave

Rabbi Sender Haber

A Beginning, A Middle, and Another Beginning

Rabbi Sender Haber

Rosh Hashana 5761

Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 29 megabytes | 1 hour 4 minutes

Eating Fish on Rosh Hashana

Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 6.5 megabytes | 28 minutes