“IF A PERSON GIVES SOMEONE ELSE MONEY OR ARTICLES TO WATCH … (22:6)
Responsibility for things entrusted in our care.
Say I borrow someone’s car. Or maybe he asks me to watch his pet.
I have to take care of them. And I can be responsible if something happens.
… But responsibility for things with which we’re entrusted goes a lot further.
Because it’s really about life. (more…)
1. IF YOU OBEY G-D YOUR LORD, AND DO WHAT IS UPRIGHT IN HIS EYES … (15:26)
… Sometimes it’s easy to know exactly what that means.
Because certain things in life are pretty much black and white.
Theft. Murder. And so on.
We know they’re bad. So we don’t do them.
… But sometimes it doesn’t seem so simple. (more…)
Remembering our history. That we were once slaves in Egypt.
In Judaism it’s an obligation.
Something we should never forget. (more…)
The Rabbis at CTN do an amazing job of demonstrating the beauty and richness of Judaism. They provide me and many others with the opportunity to incorporate Torah study and growth into my week at my own pace. CTN has truly been a wonderful addition to my life.
My commitment to Israel and efforts on behalf of Jewish causes has dramatically increased since I have begun to learn more about Torah and Jewish tradition with CTN and its wonderful Rabbis. CTN has had a tremendous impact on my and my family’s life.
Rabbi Deutsch and Rabbi Katz really make an effort to try to connect to everyone. At CTN people are always reaching out to you and offering support every step of the way. Classes and holiday services are always on a level that is inclusive as well as inspirational.
CTN has allowed me – and many other young professionals – to grow in my Jewish identity and Jewish knowledge at a pace that is right for me. If you’re looking for Jewish learning and inspiration, CTN is definitely the place to go!
I have an incredibly hectic job as a Chief Financial Officer for a high growth technology company. My study session with Rabbi Deutsch is a great spiritual renewal in the middle of my week and helps me keep focus on what is truly important.