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Rabbi Krohn's inspirational lesson on Judging and Speaking can transform your World.  His presentation was part of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation's 2014 worldwide Tisha B'Av event, entitled The Last Tisha B'Av.  The Adams Street Shul presents this video by the kind permission of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation.

Krohn, Rabbi PaysachRabbi Paysach Krohn is a fifth-generation mohel.  At age 21, he was the youngest mohel ever certified by the Brith Milah Board of New York.  He performs thousands of religious circumcisions each year.
 
However, Rabbi Krohn is better known as the author of the bestselling "Maggid" series of books, inspired by the stories of Rabbi Sholom Schwadron (The "Maggid of Jerusalem").  Rabbi Krohn also authored a seminal work on brit milah (religious circumcision).
 
Rabbi Krohn is a lecturer, sharing stories in the manner of a maggid, and also collecting stories for his speeches and books.  He also leads Jewish historical tours throughout Europe, speaking about the rich and vibrant Jewish communities that existed prior to World War II.  He documented the first of these trips in his 2007 book, Traveling with the Maggid.

For more information about the speaker, Rabbi Paysach Krohn, see:
http://AdamsStreet.org/2677-rabbi-pesach-krohn.html

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Founded in 1989, the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation develops innovative methods of promoting the Torah's wisdom on human relations and personal development, increasing goodness and compassion in the World.

To learn more, or to donate to this worthy cause,
visit them at:   http://ChofetzChaimUSA.org

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The Adams Street Shul is an orthodox synagogue
located near Boston, Massachusetts.  We are now
in our second century of service to the community.

Your donations to support our educational
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This short animated presentation was part of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation's 2014 worldwide Tisha B'Av event, entitled The Last Tisha B'Av.

The Adams Street Shul presents this video by the kind permission of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation.

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Founded in 1989, the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation develops innovative methods of promoting the Torah's wisdom on human relations and personal development, increasing goodness and compassion in the World.

To learn more, or to donate to this worthy cause, visit:   
http://ChofetzChaimUSA.org

 

This video provides motivation, understanding, and — best of all — a practical method for reducing or even eliminating Lashon Hara.  If you've tried and failed before,  if you've made great resolutions only to be disappointed in yourself later,  this detailed, step-by-step program may give you the power to finally control your powers of speech and transform yourself.

Mr. Charley Harary's presentation was part of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation's 2014 worldwide Tisha B'Av event, entitled The Last Tisha B'Av.  The Adams Street Shul presents this video by the kind permission of the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation.

HararyCharlieMr. Charlie Harary, Esq. is the CEO of H3 Capital LLC, a private equity company based in New York.  He is also an Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the Syms School of Business in Yeshiva University. Mr. Harary is a prolific speaker who has traveled all over the country and abroad.  He has created dozens of videos that have received worldwide attention, reaching hundreds of thousands of people in over fifteen countries.

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Founded in 1989, the Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation develops innovative methods of promoting the Torah's wisdom on human relations and personal development, increasing goodness and compassion in the World.

Yaffe, Rabbi ShlomoOur recent class on the Book of Vayikra (Leviticus) was recorded, you can view it below

Rabbi Yaffe explains its major themes of holiness and reconciliation, contrasts the roles of Moshe and Aharon both then and now, and summarizes the Book's view of human nature. 

Many thanks to Yury Livshetz for the original audio recording and to Jordan Lee Wagner for the editing and conversion to video. Here's the video:

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