LOST, BUT NOT IGNORED (PODCAST)

August 27th, 2020

Rabbi Dunner surveys the fascinating phenomenon that is the Lost Property office of London’s extensive transport network, and connects the comments of one journalistic observer to a particular phrase in the Torah’s instruction to return lost items to their owners in Parshat Ki Teitzei. It’s not just about doing the right thing, it’s also about why you’re doing it, and having the right attitude towards those who are in distress.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Video

A PLAGUE OF DARKNESS AND LIGHT (VIDEO)

The ninth plague of the ten to afflict Egypt was “choshech” — the plague of darkness, described in Parshat Bo. For six days the Egyptians were plunged into total darkness,... Read More

All Videos