What Gets In The Way Of Change? Interview With Rabbi Cotlar

May 19, 2014 Following Lag B'Omer Rabbi Cotlar will guide us in liturgy and help us understand the Jewish view on self improvement. This open live Health Inn show encourages discussion and calls from listeners Time 11AM EDT USA
CARY, N.C. - May 19, 2014 - PRLog -- Host Debby Bruck talks with Rabbi Yisroel Cotlar to add a new dimension to the Health Inn. Soul energy and self improvement includes our thinking and perspective on life. How can we make those changes that we so desire in order to reach our goals? We will delve into some universal human characteristics and qualities; which corresponds to the counting of the omer.

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Meet Rabbi Yisroel Cotlar. He was born and raised in Houston and actively participated in Chabad outreach activities in Texas from his early youth. After studying in Yeshivot in the USA, UK, and Canada, Yisroel spent two years in Australia, teaching, guiding, and mentoring Jewish teens, many of whom seek his counsel and advice until today. He then returned to the USA where he received his Rabbinical ordination from the Central Chabad Rabbinical Court in Brooklyn, New York.

Spiritual and Educational Leader: As the spiritual leader of the Chabad of Cary, Rabbi Yisroel teaches classes for students and adults throughout the week, answers the burning questions in our hearts and sorts out the liturgy to give us a clear understanding from the sages on the commentary. We all have questions about how to live a meaningful life, a directed and connected life to our soul energy. We can learn from those who have devoted all their being to live a compassionate life, with a deep connection to what is good in the world based on Torah, while making it real in a contemporary world of strife. Starting with healing the self, we will learn through discussion and interaction taking one step at a time and one day at a time through forgiveness, truth and universal laws.

Welcoming Your Questions: Yisroel is a warm and charismatic program organizer and mentor. As a member of the Chabad.org “Ask the Rabbi team” Rabbi Cotlar responds to hundreds of emails weekly in topics ranging from questions in Jewish philosophy to advice on personal matters.

On May 19, 2014 Rabbi Yisroel Cotlar will be our guest on Health Inn Show. The universe has potential energy that we can tap in to when we become aware of its power.  The ancients understood this, the human biorhythms and the universal circadian rhythms.

For this reason, we celebrate Jewish holidays according to the moon and the sun.  We just finished celebrating the exodus from Egypt a time of freedom from slavery. Immediately, the Jewish people begin counting the days of the "omer" which highlights the many characteristic qualities and traits which humankind must refine.

On this particular day we contend, meditate and deal with the issue of "Fighting and Changing vs Giving in  and Submission."  Rabbi Cotlar will provide the background to get us thinking.

We will delve in to when to use which trait on ourselves versus others for the best outcome.

The powerful thoughts we give and tell ourselves each day make a difference in our tangible world of living. As many contemporary sages tell us, we create our world. Your part makes a difference. You are unique.

♢ “Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” ― Terry Pratchett, A Hat Full of Sky

♢  “Change will not come if we wait for some other person, or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” ― Barack Obama

♢ You want to change the world? Start by changing yourself.... It's like dropping a stone into a pool of water and watching the concentric circles radiate to the shore. You will influence all the people around you, and they will influence others in turn. That's how you bring about improvement in the world." ― The Rebbe

Remember, you are special and unique.

♢  "Every soul is a diamond," he answered. "Can one grow tired of counting diamonds?" ― The Rebbe

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