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Teshuvah: What Is Real Repentance?

Teshuvah: What Is Real Repentance?

How can there be objective laws that govern something as subjective and personal as Teshuvah?

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Presented by Aleph Beta Academy: Meaningful and Relevant Torah. For additional material, see: www.alephbeta.org.

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1: How Can There Be Rules For Teshuvah?

2: Elements of Repentance

3: Repairing Relationships

4: The Essence of Yom Kippur

Aleph Beta Academy is bringing the words of our sages to life through illustrative video. For additional material, see: www.alephbeta.org.

Published: September 8, 2013


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Visitor Comments: 6

(6) Joey, September 28, 2013 7:46 AM

These Aleph-Beta videos are always so insightful! Thanks and God bless!

(5) Elizabeth, September 12, 2013 12:49 PM

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I have been listening to your videos most of the morning with incredible awe at how well you explain the depth of Yom Kippur. i have learned so much. It definitely helps the understanding having those cartoon buddies around!! Well Done!

(4) Steve, September 12, 2013 1:10 AM

Excellent!

I have found that to take a concept that is difficult to explain and make it easy to understand is common to only the best of educators. You hit a home run IMO.

(3) Anonymous, September 11, 2013 9:36 PM

changing

Rabbi Yisroel Salanter said the loudest sound in the universe is one person changing one midda. He also said it is easier to learn all of the Talmud than to change one midda (character trait) It is hard but not impossible.

(2) Moshe Hillson, September 10, 2013 7:54 AM

A Slight Inaccuracy

A dead insect does not make one ritually impure. "Sheretz" in this context is the one of the "8 crawling things" mentioned in Leviticus Ch. 11 Verses 29 and 30. None of them are insects.

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