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Meet Rabbi David Aaron

Rabbi David Aaron is an astute visionary, a prolific, lucid writer and a soulful, invigorating educator. Rabbi Aaron believes that the spiritual basics of life are the most profound and yet the most neglected in contemporary education. Throughout his years, he has dedicated himself to sharing the ancient wisdom of Torah and Jewish mysticism and inspiring others to embrace a joyous life-long process of personal transformation, empowerment and love. Read more.

To Serve With Joy: Is Your Life ‘Out of Service?’ – Sparks
“And Moses and Aaron were brought again unto Pharaoh; and he said unto them: 'Go, serve the LORD your G-d; but who are they that...
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Where is God, the Miracle Maker? – Sparks
People often say, “If there is really a G-d, why doesn’t He do outright miracles anymore? I would believe in G-d if I saw the...
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How to Make a Huge Prophet: Awakening to the Role and Goal of Your Soul – Sparks
A good actor plays his part, but he doesn't get lost in his part. He never forgets who he really is although fully immersed in...
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The Answer to All Human Suffering
In the Book of Isaiah, G-d exclaims, "My thoughts are not your thoughts." This means that G-d's perspective is totally different from our human perspective....
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How to Get Your Prayers Answered – Sparks
At first glance prayer seems to be about whining and begging G-d, "Please heal this person … please bring me my soul-mate … please help...
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Is Your Life a Playful Adventure? – Sparks
“For I made myself responsible for the naar youth — to my father, saying, If I do not give him safely back to you, let...
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Books by Rabbi Aaron

Check out Love Is My Religion – one of the several books Rabbi David Aaron has written.

People often think that Judaism is a religion of law but not of love. They claim that it is more about fearing God and feeling guilty rather than loving God and feeling joy. They conclude that it leads us to a life of weakness and submission and robs us of our power and freedom to be our true selves. Love Is My Religion demonstrates how Judaism is quite the opposite of these misconceptions. It is founded upon love and its purpose is love. Its teachings encourage us to be strong and its laws empower us to achieve true freedom, choose love and experience the ecstatic joy of being in love.

See all of Rabbi David Aaron’s books.

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