Apr 14, 2021
Teller From Jerusalem – Series 1 Episode 10 – Character Workshop
Who is a hero and who is mighty? In order to be able to access our strengths we must be aware of our weaknesses.
TFJ takes a look at the failing of “envy” that need not even govern the lives of athletes.
Thanks: video, Eliezer Cohn; special...
Apr 7, 2021
Teller From Jerusalem – Series 1 Episode 9 – The Birth of Israel
For many Jewish leaders, the Kishinev Pogrom was transformative.
To Herzl, Kishinev was further evidence that Jews desperately needed a home – wherever they could create it.
Thus, when he spoke about Kishinev, he did not refer to it as an event or a...
Mar 17, 2021
Teller From Jerusalem – Series 1 Episode 8 – The Birth of Israel
Suffering from government-sponsored violent and lethal anti-Semitism, Russian Jews had basically once choice: to stay and endure, or to leave. The majority who left departed to America; a small fraction ascended to Palestine. Young Jewish boys...
Mar 10, 2021
FDR’s State Department, and the visa division in particular, headed by Breckinridge Long, adopted a policy of overt anti-semitism and kept the doors of the United States sealed to refugees whose life depended upon escaping Europe. MacDonald beseeched FDR to condemn the Nazi treatment of Jews to no avail.
Mar 3, 2021
What is motivating your actions? Is it the Good or the Evil Inclination? TFJ takes a look at the Broken Window Theory and sees practical application in character improvement: Thanks: video, Eliezer Cohn; special thanks: William Goldstein, Julie Snyder, Diana Epstein.