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  • Israel and Reinvention

    Israel and Reinvention

    07/05/2014

    In today’s fast paced world, we are all challenged to reinvent ourselves and to keep ourselves fresh by lifelong learning. The birth of the State of Israel can inspire us as we reinvent ourselves. Listen to how. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, […]

  • Surviving

    Surviving

    29/04/2014

    Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, turns our attention to what it meant for individuals and for a community to survive. Let’s use the day’s observance to explore the resiliency of some remarkable individuals, and of the Jewish people as a whole, to inspire us as we face life’s inevitable traumas. Please let us know what […]

  • Resiliency and Yom HaShoah

    Resiliency and Yom HaShoah

    09/04/2014

    One of the most important lessons in facing the Holocaust is the power of resiliency. What does resiliency mean to you? How have you come back from tragedy and what can we learn from people and nations that survived? Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook […]

  • The Big Questions

    The Big Questions

    02/04/2014

    Passover begins with questions, some of which are answered outright, while other answers emerge gradually. Can you identify the big questions in your life? How do you challenge others to face the tough questions and to continue the search for answers? Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on […]

  • Dayenu

    Dayenu

    26/03/2014

    A somewhat subtle lesson of the Seder tune is seeing the glass as half full. What are the things that are “enough” in your life? Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the comments on our website and on Twitter @JewishConnectiv, hashtag #Tzomet.

  • Who Knows One

    Who Knows One

    19/03/2014

    Is the Seder song a cute kids’ tune or a way of teaching appreciation for life’s gifts? Could be both. Take a few minutes to reflect. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the comments on our website and on Twitter @JewishConnectiv, hashtag […]

  • Taking Control of Time

    Taking Control of Time

    12/03/2014

    The Hebrew month of Nisan is the beginning of the biblical year. At the beginning of the month, discussed in the book of Exodus, the Jewish people first take charge of their own time. Shouldn’t you take charge of yours? Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our […]

  • Turn it All Around

    Turn it All Around

    05/03/2014

    The holiday of Purim is based on the biblical Book of Esther. In the story, things are not what they appear to be on the surface, and people change the realities around them, leading to a better ending. How can you do that in your life? Please let us know what you think about this […]

  • Don’t Worry, Be Happy

    Don’t Worry, Be Happy

    26/02/2014

    The Hebrew month of Adar is supposed to bring us happiness. And Hasidic teachings say that it is a mitzva to be happy. Explore some practices to increase your happiness at this time of year. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the […]

  • Fixing the Kinks in Your Soul

    Fixing the Kinks in Your Soul

    19/02/2014

    Jewish mysticism teaches that our souls are “recycled” as, in each lifetime, we try to iron out to problems and challenges endemic to that soul. What do you think you need to work out in this lifetime?. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, […]

  • Remembering the Good Things

    Remembering the Good Things

    29/01/2014

    We often date ourselves and our historical memory on sad things that have happened. Turn it around by also being conscious of the good things and their anniversaries. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the comments on our website and on Twitter […]

  • Brand Yourself

    Brand Yourself

    22/01/2014

    In the Jewish tradition, as in marketing today, branding was quite important. But it’s about branding yourself as an individual. Your brand is your name. Live up to it. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the comments on our website and on […]

  • Planting Your Trees

    Planting Your Trees

    15/01/2014

    We all bring new life to the world. It may be as parents, or as founders of a business or for any type of new venture. We need to remember to always add meaning and elevate those trees that we plant. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on […]

  • Blocking Yourself into a Corner

    Blocking Yourself into a Corner

    08/01/2014

    Every one of us has literally blocked him/herself into a corner when first learning how to clean house. We also block ourselves into corners in our everyday lives. Here are some examples of how Judaism was flexible enough to let us out of corners and ideas for how to give yourself a way out of […]

  • Moving Beyond the Hurt

    Moving Beyond the Hurt

    01/01/2014

    We’ve all been hurt in our lives. Sometimes the grudges we hold from those hurts keep us removed from family and friends that we really want in our lives. The biblical story of Joseph holds lessons for how to see the hurt in perspective and get back with the people we want in our lives. […]

  • Who Do You Want On Your Ark?

    Who Do You Want On Your Ark?

    25/12/2013

    We are confronted often by floods of opposition and challenge. When facing those floods, who do we want on the “Ark” with us? More importantly, how do we invest in those people or items now? Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the […]

  • Getting Through The Floods

    Getting Through The Floods

    18/12/2013

    There are times in our lives in which we feel flooded, overwhelmed by life’s challenges. The story of Noah can inspire us to build our own “Arks”, our safe passage through these floods in our lives. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in […]

  • The Parallel Worlds Of Our Social Interactions

    The Parallel Worlds Of Our Social Interactions

    11/12/2013

    Just as we live in social interactions that are face-to-face or using social media, our ancestors perceived of a world in which life was happening on several levels. Here’s how Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, can shed light on our social interactions in today’s world. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with […]

  • Breathing New Life Into Old Traditions

    Breathing New Life Into Old Traditions

    04/12/2013

    Looking back at the Chanukah stories, we see diverse meanings in the holiday. The spirit of creativity that wove several different versions of the story and the meaning can help us creatively look at our family and community traditions and norms. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on […]

  • Moving Through Life Challenges

    Moving Through Life Challenges

    27/11/2013

    Ever feel like your back is “up against the wall?” The Israelites at the Sea of Reeds must have felt that way, too. And yet, they found their way through the sea. So can you. Please let us know what you think about this podcast. Connect with us on our Facebook page Facebook.com/JCastNetwork, in the […]

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