Matt Harvey & Rosh Hashanah

Pitching a lesson in prayer for the High Holidays.

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(6) joyce yaffe, September 8, 2013 6:27 AM

On Rosh Hashah(and on every other day),we must thank God for all of our blessings;we must try not take anything for granted.

Thank you,Rabbi Salomon,for your inspiring video. I will try to remember to thank God for all in the New Year. L'Shana Tovah.

(5) martin nerl, September 4, 2013 8:24 PM

mets and spirituality

being a mets fan means being a very spiritual person.how many times during a mets game does a mets fan scream "oh g-d"?

(4) James Cook, September 4, 2013 6:23 PM

Nice Job!

I really liked this simple and fervent message. Shana Tova!

(3) David Axel, September 3, 2013 8:59 PM

Rabbi Salomon-wondering about this video and this article

http://www.aish.com/sp/so/95491119.html

I remember feeling the same for the Mets after 2008 and I really gave it up in 2009 but found I was addicted again in 2010 and have been since. Where are you holding? Is this video an indication that you follow again? Maybe you can respond here regarding that. Shana Tova.

(2) ross, September 2, 2013 12:32 AM

the bigger they are...

Very good, rabbi! Even the greatest can fall in a second! It's no mistake that the letters in 'Matt Harvey' can be rearranged to 'Avert A Myth'!

But, rabbi, you knew that, of course.

(1) Lisa, September 1, 2013 2:05 PM

Thank you Rabbi for always being there to start my week!!

Yes...I will say thank you to Hashem for everything....however we don't even know what " everything " is!! It's a great angle...not to just ask but to give gratitude!!
Shana Tova to you & your family & of course to Aish!!

 

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