Morality, Improving Character

Where lies the Happiness? - Marathi Language 

Haftara Zachor - Are we on the right part? - Marathi Language

"Heart is what matters" - Marathi Language 

Nagative Interests - How Expose Them | Marathi Language

Trust and Effort for prosperity - part 1 - Marathi Language

Jewish Identity - Name, Attire, Language - Marathi Language

What is a true prayer? -  Marathi Language

To live with faith (Emuna) - Marathi Language

Where lies the Happiness? - Marathi Language

 

The rich are not happy, nor are the middle class and certainly not the poor. Who then is happy in this world? The answer is in this lesson filmed in the north of Israel.

Are we on the right part? 

 

"Heart is what matters" - Marathi Language 

Parashat shelah lecha


Nagative Interests - How Expose Them

Today it is known according to empirical studies that man is driven and operates over ninety percent by his subconscious
Many actions and our good deeds are motivated by interests that we are not aware of.
In the story of the spies in the Torah we see it clearly how wise people fell because of negative interests.
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Trust and Effort for prosperity -  part 1 - Marathi Language
 Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel

Setting targets in life - Marathi Language
Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel

Setting targets in life - Marathi Language

Jewish Identity - Name, Attire, Language 
Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel

Prayer from the depth of the heart  -  Marathi Language
Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel

Prayer from the depth of the heart - Marathi Language

What is a true prayer? -  Marathi Language
Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel

To live with faith (Emuna) -  Marathi Language
Rabbi Shimshon Bamnolkar (Ben Rahamim)
Chief Rabbi of Yeshivat daat u tvuna
Ashdod, Israel