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The Six Constant Mitzvos: Introduction

The building blocks of our relationship with God. How to apply and live with them.

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Visitor Comments: 9

(5) Avi, April 18, 2011 9:54 PM

Kudos to Rabbi Shai markowitz

Great job by Rabbi Shai Markowitz for spearheading this inspiring project. Hatzlacha Rabbah!

(4) Sue, April 14, 2011 1:03 AM

6 Constant Mitzvot

I will sign up for all/any Charlie Harary classes.

(3) Rosen, April 11, 2011 4:27 PM

excitements and driving

Thanks for the video regarding 6 mitzvahs, getting excited, and learning. What I found most poignant is being a teenager getting excited about being legally able to drive. However, I wasn't all that excited after I got my driver's license because I knew there are risks involved with driving, and I got into a few accidents a few years later. Even so, I like how has been pointing out lately that it is really okay for ourselves and our children to fail since one can learn more from failure than that of success. It's all about those building blocks of learning! And, in psychology, learning is a relatively permanent trait of the mind - note emphasis on "relatively" given the times we can fall below par.

(2) Rif, April 11, 2011 7:26 AM

Which are they?

I take the time to listen to a video, but come out empty-handed. Which 6 mitsvos do we need to remember? If you weren't going to tell us about them, what was this video all about?

jason, April 11, 2011 8:58 AM

these are the six

know there is a God, don't believe in other gods, know that He is One, Love Him, Fear Him and don't stray after the desires of your eyes and heart. By the way Rabbi Noach Weinberg, zt"l has a great series on the 6 Constant Mitzvot right on this site -- check them out here:

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