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  The Best Teshuva  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/15/2016, 18:58
The Gemara provides us with a sure-fire way to not only do teshuva, but to rectifying every wrong thing we ever did in the world.

  The Sons of Meron  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 9/3/2015, 18:58
The Gemara describes the way that we all appear before Hashem on Rosh Hashana, "like the sons of Meron"? What does this mean and how does it affect our service of Hashem?

  The Right Turn  
By Rabbi Zev Ballen
Publish date: 8/29/2013, 16:59
G-d doesn't expect us to be perfect by Rosh HaShana. He simply wants to see our commitment to choosing a new direction.

  A Good Judgement  
By Rabbi Dror Moshe Cousotto
Publish date: 3/6/2013, 13:26
The way that we judge others, favorably or not, determines how Hashem judges us.

  Like a Pauper  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 9/10/2012, 11:14
What's the best way to pray during the awesome High Holidays, and for that matter, all year long? Here is the very best way to have your prayers answered...

  The Coronation  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 3/9/2015, 16:51
Should Rosh Hashana be a holiday of fear? The King's coronation is a most joyous occasion, as we learn in today's lesson.

  Meet the King  
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 2/23/2015, 18:27
Rosh Hashanah is the royal coronation of Hashem, The King. How terrible it would be if a thoughtless person would put the King’s crown on a lowly servant…

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