The weekly Parasha is the focus of Shabbat table conversation
in Jewish homes around the globe. Rabbi Beyda provides Torah thoughts
applicable to daily Jewish life, parables, stories about giants of
Judaism, thought provoking questions and answers -- all presented in a
brief, understandable fashion to help spice up your Shabbat meal. No
matter what your level of Torah education, you will find a "chidush" [novel
thought] to share with friends and family.
Rabbi Raymond Beyda, 5764
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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 or questions please contact Rabbi Raymond Beyda.
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To Learn and to Teach
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To Rise or to Fall
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Adam Regrets His Gift to Dovid
Fonzie & the Happy Days of Rest
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Nobody Ever Promised We'd Understand
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"If He Does Not Merit", Then "Opposite Him"
Rabbi Yissocher Frand - 5767
Not Too Big for the Small Stuff
Shlomo Katz - 5776
The Book of Mankind
Rabbi Berel Wein - 5762
A Final Solution
Rabbi Label Lam - 5760
Eve of Life
Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky - 5757
Rabbi Yaakov Menken - 5759
What are We, Dirt?
Rabbi Yissocher Frand - 5760
In The Beginning
Shlomo Katz - 5763
Picking Up the Pieces
Rabbi Eliyahu Hoffmann - 5761
The Delayed "Ki Tov"
Rabbi Yissocher Frand - 5762