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Rosh Hashana Day 2, 5770: Apology Accepted
When we offend a friend, the offense creates distance between us. A successful apology can close that distance, but how does one successfully apologize?
Rosh Hashana Day 1, 5775: Why Wasn’t Noah the First Jew?
Despite the fact that the Torah tells us that Noah was righteous, he was not chosen to be the first “Jew.” Why did God not choose Noah and what can we learn about how God wants us to relate to him?
Rosh Hashana Day 2, 5775: Cain was a Better Man than Abel!
It is taught that Adam and Eve were exiled from the Garden of Eden for eating the forbidden fruit, but a close reading demonstrates that they were exiled for a subsequent offense. Furthermore, we think of Cain as a murderer, but if we look closely, we see a man who was desperately attempting to draw closer to God. Was Cain able to truly repair his relationship with God after his sin? How can we repair our relationship with God?
Rosh Hashana Day 1, 5774: Why should I be Praying when I could be Playing?
Does God need our prayers? If not, then why do we spend more than 27 hours praying in synagogue during the High Holidays?
Rosh Hashana Day 2, 5774: The 5 Love Languages
Dr. Gary Chapman explains that there are five distinct "languages" in which people feel loved. By learning your loved one's "love language", you can strengthen your relationship with them.