Watch Yaakov Borsenstein (New York, Kollel, EuroIce) teach us from Parshat Bechukosai about how the effort we put into our actions are even greater than the results.
Listen to Andrew Israeli (Head Madrich on NCSY Kollel) teaches us a valuable lesson from Parshat Behar about how much more we can gain during the Shemitah year by taking less.
We’ve all had that inspirational moment in our lives. But how do we keep the inspiration going? Jonathan Hurewitz (NCSY Kollel alum & Atlantic Seaboard advisor) shares with us how Bnei Yisrael kept their inspiration going from Mt. Sinai and how we can do the same.
Just two regular guys like us, right? Asher Becker, advisor for Midwest NCSY and NCSY Kollel, gives us some insight into the story of Eldad and Medad in this week’s parsha, as well a way to be inspired no matter where we are.
Relax, don’t worry, Hashem will provide! Kivi Naiman, an advisor for Central East NCSY & NCSY Kollel, brings together Parshat Behar and the Ba’al Shem Tov, Har Sinai and Shemitah, to teach us an important lesson about the amazing abilities of an average Jew.
It’s as easy as 1+1 = 2, right?? Rabbi Moshe Benovitz, from NCSY Kollel, teaches us about the true nature of counting the Omer, which is discussed in this week’s parsha, and how to bundle up seemingly random behaviors into a lifestyle of positivity.
In case you didn’t know already, you matter…and you have a mission. Rabbi Mordechai Burg, menahel at Mevaseret, rebbe of NCSY Kollel, and alum of Long Island NCSY, shares with us an empowering message from this week’s parsha.
Sukkot is an opportunity for seven days straight of happiness. When else do you get such an opportunity? Rabbi David Markowitz, the COO of Aish HaTorah New York, shares the insight from Rabbi Noach Weinberg z“l that if you can focus on what you have AND if you don’t take any pain in what you don’t,
The Torah is one weighty scroll, and not just when it comes time to lift it. Rabbi Yisroel Kaminetsky, the founding Menahel of The Davis Renov Stahler Yeshiva High School for Boys in Long Island, New York, shares the favorite piece of Torah of his grandfather, Rabbi Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky. In Parshat Ki Tavo, not