Browse through our extensive collection of recorded classes from Rabbi David Aaron and Rabbi Binny Freedman recorded over the past several years at Isralight. Find the classes that ignite your soul – whether on Chumash, Mishneh Torah, Chassidut, Machshava, or more. Check out some of our favorites in the menu to the left.
This is Rabbi Aaron’s classic foundation series that has formed the backbone of the Isralight curriculum to this day. These classes are the gateways into Torah, into life, into the self, into relationships, and into relationship with Hashem.
According to the Kabbalah, G-d’s absolute perfection has the possibility for two types of simultaneous perfection – static and dynamic. The subject of this class is the dynamic perfection. How are imperfect humans like us necessary vehicles for the expression of Divine perfection?
Join Rabbi Binny Freedman as he takes us through a series of classes exploring the Rambam’s approach to personal development outlined in Hilchot Deot. Hilchot Deot, part of the Rambam’s magnum opus on Jewish law, Mishneh Torah, details the Rambam’s approach toward balancing different character traits, relating to others, and leading healthy lives.
Here, Rabbi David Aaron speaks about a variety of prayer topics, including introductory classes as well as more specific classes tailored to various prayer opportunities and experiences throughout your Jewish week.
Rabbi Aaron presents a new, yet ancient way of seeing Jewish prayer as an exercise of will. The word ‘prayer,’ as translated from Hebrew to English, is incorrect, and does not reveal to the Jew how to approach the incredible opportunity we have to ‘fill our heart to think the thoughts and to dream the ultimate dreams.
In these classes, Rav Binny addresses the most difficult and burning questions of our day, and gives us the depth and breadth of the Torah perspectives on the issues. Try a class or two from this collection:
Rituals can easily become lifeless if no relationship is developed between the do-er and the ritual. Rav Binny takes us on a meaning-building journey through a seemingly ‘ridiculous’ mitzvah and gives us a goal to strive for: to work hard on building real relationships with the mitzvot.
How do the questions about life after death help to change our lives? Do we believe in an afterlife? What is the soul and what does our soul really need? Rav Binny explores these questions through the lives and deaths of some of the most well-known Biblical personalities