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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.

Torah: Really Getting It – Special for Shavuot
When the Jewish people received the commandments from G-d at Mt. Sinai, they experienced the difference between freedom from oppression and freedom to expression. When...
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Dating the Divine: Celebrating Love – Sparks 
“These are the appointed holidays of G-d, holy convocations, which you are to proclaim in their appointed times.” — Lev. 23.4 Henny Youngman, the comedian,...
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How to Succeed at Sacred Selfishness: The Ultimate Happiness Secret – Sparks
I had a student who told me, "My father was an atheist and the most moral man I ever knew. I don't believe that had...
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Look Who’s Talking: The Truth About Gossip – Sparks
For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbours, and laugh at them in our turn?” ~~Jane Austen Gossip is a sort...
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Why Kosher? – Sparks
The first man and woman ate fruits and vegetables—not animals—in the Garden of Eden. It was only later, after the Flood during the time of...
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God Wants You To Be Happy – Sparks
When I was in my early 20s, I studied in a yeshiva and completed my rabbinical ordination. After many years of full-time Torah learning, I...
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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.