Moving the Mountain

Moving the Mountain

The Jewish people experienced a unique event at Mt. Sinai.  Hashem spoke to an entire people and elevated every member of the nation, at least momentarily, to the level of prophecy.  How could the Jewish people preserve, to the greatest possible degree, that connection to Hashem and the clear perception of His presence for all…

Rabbi Mordechai Becher’s VLog – Spending Shabbat In Syria – Parshat Acharei Mot/Kedoshim 5781

After spending an incredible Shabbos in Aleppo, Syria, Rabbi Mordechai Becher gives some background to the Jewish community. Did I say Syria? Find out where Rabbi Becher really went… View this video directly on Vimeo.

Rabbi Mordechai Becher’s VLog – You Don’t Need Much Faith – Parshat Acharei Mot/Kedoshim 5780

A Jew living 500 years ago needed a great deal of faith to believe that there would one day be millions of Jews living in the land of Israel. Today, even someone with little faith can clearly see how we are closer to the times of the Final Redemption. View this video directly on Vimeo.

Rabbi Mordechai Becher’s VLog – Names Will Hurt Me – Parshat Acharei Mot 5779

Antisemitism does not happen in a vacuum. Rabbi Becher suggests that violence against Jews, such as the recent shooting in the Chabad Synagogue in Poway, happen because people dehumanize Jews, either through speech or cartoons in the NY Times. View this video directly on Vimeo.