TakeTen4Torah Daily Torah Podcast

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

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When bad events occur, how should we go about assigning blame? Using one of the most famous Talmudic stories, take Ten to find out.  Sponsored by the Anfang family in memory of Aryeh Leib ben David Av...
August 7, 2022
Parshat Balak includes one of the most unique stories in the entire Torah, a story that the Talmud thought should be read every day. Why is it so special? Take Ten to find out.  This Ten is ponsored b...
July 11, 2022
While the text of the Kohanic blessings is formulaic, the most important part is emotional. Take Ten to learn about the love that is required to bless. 
June 9, 2022
The holiday of Shavuot begins late due to the hour of sunset this time of year, but as you might be aware, we delay its start even further than we do for other holidays. Take Ten to learn how this del...
June 2, 2022
Today is a very "special" day. Known as "Yom HaMeyuchas," it's a day that we treat as a quasi-holiday. Take Ten to learn why.
June 1, 2022
There is a rich midrashic tradition concerning the moment the Torah was given that paints a picture of all the world hanging in the balance. Would the Jews accept the Torah? This Ten discusses the gra...
May 31, 2022
There is much in Jewish law that defines the process of buying and selling. What are some of these rules? At what point do items actually change ownership? Take Ten to find out. 
May 24, 2022
R' Meir Simcha of Dvinsk offered a prescient perspective on the nature and patterns of exile. What are the Jewish people meant to expect in the diaspora? Take Ten to find out.   
May 23, 2022
Pesach Sheni was originally created for those who were not able to bring the Pesach on the appropriate date. What can those who did do it right the first time learn from this make-up? Take Ten to find...
May 16, 2022
While we are in the process of counting from the Korban Omer, we also find ourselves mourning the loss of R' Akiva's students. What is the connection between these two events? Take Ten to find out. 
May 10, 2022

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