Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb
Rabbi Dr Dovid Gottlieb
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Q&A- Being Moshe, Visualizing Hashem & True Love
0:00 Are we meant to be successful on the challenges that we face in our lives? 7:30 Do we face the same tests we had in previous reincarnations? 11:00 What does it mean that we can be like Moses? 14:00 Is there a “right way” to visualize Hashem when we pray? 16:30 Is long term gratification- Olam Haba- life’s goal? 23:00 How should we understand Mazal? 25:00 Is Hashem affected by my good deeds? 35:00 Is the level of revelation related with being worthy of it? 44:00 Should I follow amongst all the alternatives the one with the highest percentage? 47:30 What’s the role of emotions in our lives? 55:00 How do I describe a Spiritual Pleasure? 57:30 What is true love and how can we identify it? Yeshivat Ohr Somayach located in the heart of Jerusalem, is an educational institution for young Jewish English-speaking men. We have a range of classes and programs designed for the intellectually curious and academically inclined - for those with no background in Jewish learning to those who are proficient in Gemara and other original source material. To find the perfect program for you, please visit our website https://ohr.edu/study_in_israel or call our placement specialist at 1-254-981-0133 today! Having received his Ph.D. in mathematical logic at Brandeis University, Rabbi Dr. Dovid Gottlieb went on to become Professor of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. Today he is a senior faculty member at Ohr Somayach in Jerusalem. An accomplished author and lecturer, Rabbi Gottlieb has electrified audiences with his stimulating and energetic presentations on ethical and philosophical issues. In Jewish Philosophy with Rabbi Dr. Gottlieb, we are invited to explore the most fascinating and elemental concepts of Jewish Philosophy. Would you like to sponsor an episode? A series? We'd love to hear from you : firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us @ https://ohr.edu !
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