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  Rabbi Jason Fruithandler

Rabbi Fruithandler presents a web-series on Maimonides Laws of Repentance. Check back weekly for new installments.

 

Video 10 - September 11, 2012 - Rabbi Fruithandler discusses the motivation to do Tshuvah. Why, according to Rambam do people want to repent?

Video 9 - September 04, 2012 - Lev Panui - An Open Heart

Video 8 - August 28, 2012 - What effect does our repentance have on our immortality?

Video 7 - August 21, 2012 - Rambam's treatment of those who have already completed teshuvah.


Video 6 - August 14, 2012 - The Theological Implication of Tshuvah

Video 5 - August 07, 2012 - Free Will

Video 4 - July 31, 2012 - The Community's Role in Helping Us On Our Path

Video 3 - July 24, 2012 - The Importance of the Shofar

This movie is week 3 in Rabbi Fruithandler's 10 week web-series on Rambam's Laws of Repentance. This week he examines the importance of the shofar. How can its sound help wake us up?

enjoy!


Video 2 - July 17, 2012 - The Problem of Arrogance

Rabbi Fruithandler presents week 2 of his 10 week web-series on the Rambam's laws of T'shuvah (repentance). This week we look at the problem of arrogance. Please post any comments or questions!


Video 1 - July 10, 2012 - Apologizing to Yourself

Apologizing to yourself: At some point each of us does something we are not proud of. Then we try and pretend it never happened. This week talk about the very beginning I repentance: acknowledging to ourselves what we did.

In this first episode, Rabbi Fruithandler looks at the process of apologizing to yourself. Each week we will have a challenge and a question. 
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