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Tradition vs. Creativity

Bereishis
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Be Holy!  Kedoshim Tihiyu

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Moshe - A Leader?

'Anyone who has the humility of Moshe Rabeinu can also have his Torah.' The more Moshe argued for his under-qualifications, the more God wanted him for the job. God didn't want a politician. He wasn't looking for a smooth talker. He wasn't looking for someone who could work the crowd; He was looking for someone who could work his soul.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Pro-Active Judaism

Parshas Vayeira 2013
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Perils of Sophistry

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Jewish Self Consciousness

G-d doesn't want us to be scared just to be aware. With a bit of self-consciousness we can make a kidush Hashem with everything we do.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Make Yourself Count!

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Tomer Devora - Defining the Neshama

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 54.9 megabytes | 59 minutes

Chochma 2

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 50 megabytes | 50 minutes

Tomer Devora - Chesed part 2

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 53.6 megabytes | 57 minutes

Tomer Devora - Chesed

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 50.5 megabytes | 54 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 8

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 43.3 megabytes | 1 hour and 2 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 7

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 57.8 megabytes | 1 hour and 2 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 6

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 59.17 megabytes | 1 hour and 3 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 5

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 62.6 megabytes | 1 hour and 29 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 4

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 55.59 megabytes | 59 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 3

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 52.75 megabytes | 56 minutes

Tomer Devora Mida 2

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 48.36 megabytes | 51:34 minutes

Tomer Devora Intro 2

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 56.45 megabytes | 60 minutes

Tomer Devora Intro 1

What does it mean to be created in the Image of G-d? It means we have the capacity to act G-dly. Cordevaro in his classic Tomer Devorah outlines 13 aspects of G-ds personality that we can all strive to emulate. Integrating the 13 aspects into our own personal lives and human struggles is the ultimate in spirituality.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 53.18 megabytes | 56:43 minutes

Thinking Bigger

Rabbi Sender Haber

Points of Forgiveness

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Shattered Vessels

Rabbi Sender Haber

Oh, How I Love Your Torah

Rabbi Sender Haber

Just Do It!

How many times do we come back to the pit screaming "Joseph! Joseph!" - only to find that we waited too long? vayeishev
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Holy?!

Do we really want to be holy and have kedusha in our lives?
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Bow Low, Climb High

We can climb so high by bowing so low.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Midlife Crisis?

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Gedolim Puzzle

Rabbi Sender Haber

The Big Picture

At Mount Sinai we saw a bigger picture that made everything else seem petty. When one has a mission, the little things just don't matter.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Finding Your Tachlis

Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 7 megabytes | 60 minutes

It’s Only Beans!

Esau chose immediate gratification over the big picture. The ultimate mistake. The fatal error.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Abraham’s Retirement Package

Just when most people say 'it's time to stop, retire, look out for myself' Abrahams life starts popping with altruism
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

A Time to Forgive

A free source book and live video shiur on the laws of forgiveness between man and man.
TorahLab

The Vision of Bilaam

We tend to understand the eye as an instrument that transfers information to the brain. Similar to the ears its function is intake. According to our teachings, however, the eyes have yet another function. They transfer energy, produced by the Neshama, outward into the world. When you look at an item or a person you are actually transferring some energy of your soul onto that item or person. If you transfer good soul energy it is called 'Ayin HaTov'. If you transfer negative soul energy it is called 'Ayin HaRa'. When we feel genuinely happy for another person's successes and acquisitions we are giving them, through our eyes, a blessing. When we are full of jealousy,covetousness and hate we disadvantage them with an 'Ayin HaRa'.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber

Designing Your World

Positive thinking - one person's power to change the world.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber | 8 megabytes | 47 minutes

The Information Age

Bereishis 1999
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Causeless Hate

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Spirituality - Finding Our Purpose

Everybody has an individual purpose - and the means to find out what it is.
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Hatred

TorahLab

Forgiveness Exercises

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The Guilt of Guilt

TorahLab

Peace Within; Peace Without

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Rise to the Call (2006)

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Going It Alone (2005)

Rabbi Yaacov Haber

The Straight Way (2003)

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A Good Heart (2003)

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The Journey Inward

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Lets Use Our Heads

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Gratitude

Jacob gives an extra portion of his blessings not to his firstborn Reuben (as one should, according to halacha), but to Joseph.
Rabbi Yaacov Haber