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Berger, Rabbi Motty Rabbi Berger is a lecturer in Jewish Philosophy at Aish HaTorah College of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. He is a graduate of Loyola University in Maryland and received his rabbinic ordination from Ner Israel Rabbinical College in Baltimore. Rabbi Berger travels extensively worldwide as the senior Discovery lecturer. He is known for his provocative and unique take on Judaism that attracts audiences from all levels of observance.
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If you heard a serious warning from a reliable source that a tragic event will take place if you don't change your behavior, would you? The Jews were warned countless times to change or the Temple would be destroyed. What possible reasons did they come up with for not heeding such a warning?
 

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The Jewish war against the Greeks was the first fight that was fought not for our lives, but for our religion. What made the Greek ideology of beauty so threatening to us? Rabbi Berger shows how close that Greek ideology compares to our science and technology and which our society practically worships.

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Surely there are lessons to be learned from surviving a serious stroke. Rabbi Motty Berger relates his own experience by sharing the insights he gained from a tense period of suddenly losting his vision.  15 minutes.

 

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A person will only understand what morality is all about when they appreciate the power of seeking truth. Rabbi Berger makes a radical claim that even the Nazis would have been considered moral if there wasn't a concept of God. Hear how a Jews connection to Judaism has everything to do with establishing the sway of morality in the world.
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 Have you ever been convinced that getting the object you desire will make you happy, only to discover how easily it fades once you get it, and how quickly you begin looking around to replace it? The mind can fall into a habit of working in circles. Rabbi Berger examines the nature of the elusive missing component.

 
 

 

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Self-esteem is an essential part of being a healthy person. So why was it not such an issue in the past? Rabbi Berger analyzes how the desire to have pleasure without earning it pulls the ground from under ones sense of self. Another factor he examines is the extent today's world economy depends on shoddy self-esteem.
 

 

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BA 615 A
Rabbi Motty Berger ventures past the platitudes and political and sociological reasons that people use when discussing why there is so much division - and then reverses his focus back onto those who are doing the blaming. An insightful class dissecting people's true motivations, and how such an understanding can help to get us back on course.
 
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Rabbi Berger examines the belief that relating to God is only possible from within the parameters of our experience in the world. He also describes the three basic rules of relationship for understanding what our Creator expects of us. This first class of two lays down the foundation point for measuring one's self worth.
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BA 619 A
A child's fixation on the here and now can lead to self-destructive behavior. Once we hit adulthood, most learn that doing the right thing will ultimately lead to more pleasure in life. Cause and effect is an essential truth of life, yet to touch the ultimate Cause may frighten one to hide - and perhaps lock oneself back into a child’s state of mind - for life. Hear how to move beyond such barriers to gain the greater pleasures available to us.
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Rabbi Berger lays out the first important rule of relationships - 'choosing to connect' - and how this leads to true love. Hear a sharp analysis of the parent-child relationship, and how kids need to be moved past this stage as they grow, till the time they decide to really 'choose to give'. How does this rule compare to the give and take existing between us and God, where we have the ability to reject Him or move up to the ultimate relationship.
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