We believe that the journey to self discovery is led by inquiry, and that’s why our podcasts ask big questions and dissect complex topics by unpacking all things Jewish.
In this episode, Rabbi Josh Feigelson shares how to interrupt negative thoughts through the power of “re’eh,” or seeing with a charitable eye, also known as “ayin tova.”
John Demjanjuk seemed like any other middle-aged immigrant living the American dream in the Ohio suburbs. Until the U.S. Department of Justice accused him of being an SS guard, stripped him of his citizenship, and extradited him to Israel to stand trial for war crimes. In Israel, he stood accused of ghastly abuse. And still, doubt persisted: could this stereotypical guy next door really have been the infamously sadistic SS guard at Treblinka? Was this a case of mistaken identity? And what is the line between justice, vengeance, and the law?
In this episode, Rabbi Josh Feigelson explores the power of listening. He emphasizes the importance of quieting the noise and distractions of daily life to create space for genuine introspection and connection.
In this episode, Rabbi Josh Feigelson explores loss and grief, the themes of Tisha B’Av, the Jewish day of mourning. He emphasizes the importance of acknowledging and embracing the intensity of emotions that arise from grief as a necessary step toward healing and renewal.
Through the concept of “bein hametzarim,” Rabbi Josh Feigelson shows us how to embrace breathing through moments of constriction to find release and expansiveness.
In this episode, Rabbi Josh Feigelson shares how to face grief and uncertainty. Through “hitbodedut,” or pouring out his heart to God, he finds clarity and support to confront life’s challenges.