On Sunday, May 24th, the first day of Sivan, there will be an unprecedented day of Achdut- worldwide Torah learning together, on line, with classes by some of the top men and women educators, rabbis, philosophers and leaders of the Jewish world. Rav Reuven Taragin, Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshivat HaKotel, Educational Director of World Mizrachi and the force behind this initiative, joins Eve Harow to share his excitement at the ingathering of representatives of so many streams of the Orthodox community to bring ‘Sinai’ to a global audience. Rav Hanoch Teller, one of the greatest motivational speakers of our time and part of the program, also joins the show to share his thoughts on how we need to be decent, modest people in order to be good Jews. A novel way of using the distancing imposed by the COVID -19 pandemic crisis to bring us together.

Yeshivat HaKotel’s Worldwide Achdut Program.

See you Sunday at the 5780 version of Sinai. Meanwhile-Yom Yerushalayim Sameach!

What day is it today? The longer this lockdown lasts the more our relationship with time is changing. The way we see our days is changing.

It’s a weird feeling we are all living with now. Around the globe people are waking up disoriented and asking themselves, what day is it again?

After a big rock fell on my two toes a few days ago I was finally able to hobble down to our new makeshift studio on the farm on crutches and broadcast this message to you.

In these unprecedented times we are facing new mental and psychological challenges and in this broadcast I share some of the Jewish techniques passed down to Israel over the ages to strengthen our minds and spirits. There is wisdom in the Tanach to help guide us through these uncharted waters.

This may be preparing for that Great Day that is soon to come.

In this week’s program, Rabbi Shlomo Katz shares inspiration and illumination that is sure to uplift the spirit and sanctify the soul.