Freedom Can’t Wait: A Charlie Harary Passover Video

Later is the first step to never.

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Comments (11)

(10) Anonymous, May 2, 2019 3:54 PM

fascinating

fascinating and inspiring

(9) KalmanKalman Packouz, May 2, 2019 2:44 AM

Great Video

Charlie Harary is the greatest! Whatever he says is to the point, inspriational, insightful and meaningful! After watching this video I look forward to playing it again and listening to what he's actually saying -- I was too distracted by the all quick-changing movie clips to hear the message!

(8) Anonymous, April 22, 2019 9:34 AM

Passover we cried...G-D answered

(7) Anonymous, April 18, 2019 2:37 AM

Transcript available ?

Would it be possible to get a transcript of this to share at the Seder ? Tried taking notes, obviously not the same.
Thanx

(6) Mike Davidson, April 15, 2019 8:50 PM

Another reminder to take "action" when your feelings say later

Thanks for sharing the message, NOW is the answer.
Have A Great Passover Charlie

(5) Boca Mom, April 15, 2019 4:41 PM

another great insight

I love how you always weave in an insight for us today to live more meaningfully - it is so easy to say I will do it tomorrow, and I am looking forward to sharing this insight at our seder this year. Chag Sa'meach to you and your family!

(4) Bracha Goetz, April 14, 2019 7:32 PM

BRILLIANT!!!

(3) Penina Simon, April 14, 2019 4:36 PM

Thanks so much . This was fabulous. Wishing you and your family חד פסח כשר ושמח

(2) Harry Pearle, April 14, 2019 3:19 PM

Focus on Turning Things Around, Right NOW? Thanks

Charlie, thanks for sharing your wisdom. (I am the Easy button guy)

Let me share a thought for Pesach and for life, that came to me, today at the Yeshiva..It is about Teshuvah (like Teshuvah).

Take a book or a photograph and turn it upside down. It does not seem right.
So, each person, may notice that something is not right. He can then decide if he wants to work at trying to turn it around...He can decide to work on fixing something, or to wait and wait.

At Pesach, we are reminded of the Exodus. Perhaps, if we are always working on turning something around, we will truly feel FREE of conformity and sameness.... Chag Someach and THANKS Harry www.SavingSchools.org

Harry Pearle, April 22, 2019 7:13 PM

Matzah Breaks Roughly Reminding Us that Things are Broken (Tikkun Olam)

The rigid matzah we use brakes unevenly. But bread we can slice nicely.

The world needs fixing, (Tikkun Olam) and the roughness of broken matzah may remind us of this. Thus, when we experience brokenness in life, we may be depressed at first. Then, we might look to see how we might fix something, or at least call attention to a problem...

Chag Someach Harry

(1) Anonymous, April 14, 2019 12:05 PM

Gorgeous, thank you!

 

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