Take 10 minutes of your busy day for Torah. Spend one 1/100th of your day as meaningfully as you can! Different topics each weekday. Produced by Rabbi Shmuel Ismach of the Young Israel of Great Neck


Episodes Date

In this final installment of thetwelfth fundamental of belief, we discuss the Rambam's position on what the end of days will actually look and feel like. 
August 21, 2017
What do we do when we are not sure of something? Do we lean towards a false presentation of confidence or are we humble enough to admit what we don't know? Hmmm... I don't know either, but this Ten ...
August 16, 2017
This Ten discusses one of the greatest kindnesses that we do, the mitzvah of Nichum Aveilim, or consoling mourners. But as regular people, with no expertise in grief counseling, how are we really supp...
August 16, 2017
This Ten elaborates on the significance of the number 10 in Jewish thought. Why ten for a minyan? Why was ten the lowest allowable number of Tzadikim that could save Sodom? See why thi...
August 14, 2017
With Mincha time beginning it's creep back earlier and earlier into the afternoon, it will get progressively harder to find a window in our busy days to daven. This Ten reveals why even as hard as i...
August 14, 2017
Avraham taught the world so much, but there was one thing that he needed to learn. In this class we discuss what that was and what that lesson teaches us about believing in the power of things t...
August 14, 2017
There is a halacha regarding making a minimum of 100 blessings a day. That sounds like a lot, but is it really? This Ten discusses the origin, purpose and practical fulfillment of this daily task.
August 9, 2017
Rashi makes a very provocative statement in this week's parsha. He claims that mitzvot that are done in Exile, outside the Land of Israel are simply "practice" for when we are back in the Land. What d...
August 8, 2017
Continuing with the Rambam's formulation of the belief in the coming of Moshiach, this Ten discusses how we will know it when we have found the right person. 
August 7, 2017
The Mishna states: "There were no more joyous days on the Jewish calendar than Yom Kippur and the 15th day of Av." This Ten explores the background and customs of this significant day. 
August 7, 2017

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