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  • Separate the Righteous from the Wicked by All Means

    30 MAG 2024 · Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi covers an array of topics, from historical perspectives like Elifaz, the son of Eisav, to spiritual insights emphasizing that spirituality precedes physicality. He discusses the complexities of Esav and Yakov's relationship, the ramifications of associating with the wicked, and questions why Elifaz didn't kill Yakov. He delves into geopolitical issues like the origin of the term "Palestinians" and asserts that they are a fabricated nation. Rabbi Mizrachi also touches on prophetic interpretations regarding the end of days and the coming of Moshiach, exploring Jewish ideology, ethical dilemmas, and spiritual responsibilities. His teachings often bridge ancient wisdom with contemporary challenges, encouraging introspection, and emphasizing the importance of spiritual connection and ethical living.
    2 h 9 min. 3 sec.
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  • Smart and Dumb at the Same Time

    29 MAG 2024 · In Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi's lectures, a wide range of topics is covered, from societal issues like the employment of workers from different nationalities to spiritual discussions about idol worship and its purported connection to natural disasters. He also delves into controversial subjects such as the impact of gay parades and terrorist attacks, questioning the reliability of human support systems, and exploring theological concepts like the nature of Adam's existence and the complexities of spiritual statuses. The lectures also touch on practical dilemmas, including financial support for idol-worshipping parents, ethical considerations in freeing prisoners, and the nuances of burial practices. Additionally, Rabbi Mizrachi shares stories and insights from various religious texts and personal experiences to shed light on moral, spiritual, and societal issues.
    2 h 26 min. 9 sec.
  • The Curses of Moses, Joshua, and Elijah

    28 MAG 2024 · In Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi's lectures, various intriguing topics are explored, such as the significance of gatherings in preserving divine knowledge, the historical context behind multiple copies of Christian and Muslim Bibles, and the stance that gentiles do not need to convert to serve God. He also delves into the history and practices of Jewish cults, examines social behaviors like Israeli gangsters wearing kippot during trials, and discusses the motivations behind criticism of righteous individuals. The lecture covers biblical narratives like the rebellion of Korach against Moshe Rabeinu, questions about the duration of Hell's punishment, and insights into the functioning of the evil inclination. Practical advice on topics like the importance of concentration in performing mitzvot, the significance of wisdom channels (chochma, bina, daat), and the potential consequences of mistakes in crafting mezuza are also discussed. Additionally, Rabbi Mizrachi delves into contemporary issues such as the impact of corruption on technology development, the complexities of producing authentic Tefillin, and stories highlighting moral lessons and spiritual insights.
    3 h 2 min. 45 sec.
  • The Decree of Truth and the Illusion of Hard Work

    27 MAG 2024 · In the teachings led by Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, he clarifies misconceptions, such as the necessity of a son leading prayers on a parent's yahrzeit, and shares insights from Ari haKadosh on beneficial actions for the deceased soul, including reading mishnayot, saying kaddish, giving charity, and fasting. Personal anecdotes, like Rabbi Mizrachi's father being esteemed for his honesty, are intertwined with references to resources like the book "Indisputable Truth," which explores the existence of God, the divinity of the Torah, and life's purpose. Spiritual teachings, societal issues, ethical considerations, historical inquiries, and discussions on topics like superstitions such as ayin hara and Torah study from various commentaries are seamlessly woven together, providing a comprehensive perspective on spirituality, ethics, and the deeper meanings of life.
    2 h 37 min. 10 sec.
  • The Effect of Weak Faith on Your Mental and Physical Health

    24 MAG 2024 · The lecture, presented by Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi, encompasses a wide array of topics ranging from political frustrations to personal dilemmas and philosophical reflections. Rabbi Mizrachi discusses issues such as voter disillusionment in Israel, challenges within the Shas party, and government policies regarding real estate and immigration. He also touches on themes related to faith, trust in God's plan, and the consequences of stress and worry on health and relationships. Throughout the lecture, Rabbi Mizrachi uses anecdotes and stories from Jewish tradition to illustrate points about resilience, acceptance, and the importance of truth. Additionally, he explores societal issues such as the impact of media and screens on families, the complexities of fertility and child-rearing, and ethical considerations in withholding information. Overall, Rabbi Mizrachi's lecture offers a blend of practical advice, spiritual insights, and critical observations on contemporary issues.
    2 h 54 min. 52 sec.
  • The Eternal Nation

    23 MAG 2024 · The lecture touches on a myriad of topics, from geopolitical events like major cyber attacks on Israel to spiritual reflections on the wonders of the human brain and the purpose of life. It delves into concepts like reincarnation, divine love, and the tragic consequences of secularism within Jewish communities. The speaker also discusses historical narratives such as the life of Yakov, tragedies like Rachel's death, and the complexities of human relationships. There are also insights into societal issues like drug use, the value of marriage, and the impact of materialism on spiritual growth. Overall, the lecture weaves together personal anecdotes, religious teachings, and contemporary observations to offer a multifaceted exploration of life's meaning and challenges.
    2 h 42 min. 11 sec.

Rabbi Mizrachi has spoke in more than 5000 lectures, participated in many weekend seminars, radio shows, and others in English and Hebrew. These events have affected the lives of thousands...

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Rabbi Mizrachi has spoke in more than 5000 lectures, participated in many weekend seminars, radio shows, and others in English and Hebrew. These events have affected the lives of thousands of Jews which who became observant of Torah and Mitzvohs. In 2004 Rabbi Mizrachi started a very successful website called DivineInformation.com that contains hundreds of lectures and videos in English and Hebrew. These lectures and videos have created an enormous amount of followers in more than 50 countries, mainly in the USA, Israel, Canada, England, and more. Rabbi Mizrachi was also the first Rabbi who started with Torahanytime.com several years ago.
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