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The key to Judaism is consistent spiritual growth and character development. What can you do to improve yourself a little bit each day? Rabbi Beyda offers brief self-improvement tips of a real and practical nature, based on the teachings of our Sages of the Mishnah and Talmud and the masters of Mussar (ethical development) -- culling ideas from Sefardic, Ashkenazic, and Hassidic wisdom. All readers, from beginner to advanced, can gain from the down to earth, real-life, and sometimes witty application of Torah ethics found in this daily message.

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Rabbi Raymond Beyda left the fast-paced world of business to become a Torah lecturer and teacher. He has traveled the world, inspiring audiences with his unique ability to translate deep Torah concepts with the help of understandable and entertaining examples. Over 500,000 copies of his tapes and CDs have been distributed worldwide.

His emphasis is upon learning to grow through character development and perfection of midot (traits), translating concepts into action and striving for happiness and success through application of Torah wisdom to daily living. Rabbi Beyda is the Director of the Shaare Zion Torah Center in Brooklyn, NY.

For any comments, questions or topic requests, please contact Rabbi Raymond Beyda.


 


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