Episodes

October 22, 2021

Double Lock Your Car (Vayeira)

How many times do you press the lock button when leaving your car? If you lock them twice, then good for you! In this week's Torah Sparks podcast, we learn a fascinating lesson from Avraham Avinu to look twice at matters and ...

October 15, 2021

Yiddel and The Band (Lech Lecha)

Quite often, you will listen to a song and have a hard time actually hearing and understanding the lyrics. In this week's podcast episode, we go through the lyrics from "The Band" by Abie Rotenberg and show its message in ass...

October 08, 2021

Slow Down (Noach)

In a world that was running from pleasure to pleasure, Noach found the fortitude to walk with G-d. In this week's podcast, we discuss the imperative nature of slowing down in the fast paced lifestyle of today's society. To st...

October 01, 2021

Shabbos on Mt. Everest (Bereishis)

How do people trek up 29,035 feet to the summit of Mt. Everest? Simple. They need to acclimatize to the changes in air pressure. This is a basic survival skill. The same is true in the grand scheme of life. Successful people ...

September 27, 2021

The Dirty Welcome Mat (Vzos Habracha/Shemini Atzeres/Simchas Torah)

In this episode, we tip our hats to all of the Welcome Mats of the world, who despite getting dirty time and time again, always are there to welcome us into the home. How does this all connect to Parshas Vzos Habracha and the...

September 15, 2021

Knock Knock I'm Here (Yom Kippur/Haazinu)

What are we doing when we knock on our chests, the seat of our hearts, literally hundreds of times during Yom Kippur? There is a part of us - deep inside - waiting to unleash itself and express its holy vibes to the world. Tu...

September 10, 2021

Five-Year-Old Genius (Vayelech)

Curious how a little 5 year old girl was able to put the entire world back together? Wondering what this last sentence even means? Tune in to this week's Torah Sparks podcast to find out. Also, there is a lot to learn from ou...

September 02, 2021

Nothing Like the Present (Nitzavim/Rosh Hashanah)

Studies have shown that on average, people check their phones a mindboggling 58 times a day (mostly during work hours)! How often, though, do we check ourselves - internally - for any updates? ... awkward head scratch ... Tu...

August 26, 2021

The Crunchy Leaf (Ki Savo)

Is there anything more pleasurable in life then stepping on that perfectly crunchable dead leaf? How can we take inspiration from the crispiness of a Pringle chip? The word happy comes from the Latin root word hap , which mea...

August 18, 2021

Instant Hot Noodle Soup (Ki Setzei)

One of the biggest debates in the world at large is whether or not it is called noodles or pasta. But whichever side of the aisle you reside on, we can all agree that Instant Hot Noodle Soups are the "lazy" way to go. However...

August 11, 2021

Double Bunker (Shoftim)

What is something that offers more protection than the Department of Homeland Security during a presidential visit? Tune in to this week's Torah Sparks podcast to find out! I will give you a hint, though. It rhymes with Elul ...

August 04, 2021

The Peekaboo Rhino (Re'eh)

For the last 2,000 years, Hashem has been playing a long game of "peekaboo" with us. We are waiting until the ultimate day when He will remove His Hands from His Face and reveal His true identity. The world will be restored t...

July 29, 2021

The Yellow "O" in Google (Ekev)

How much wood does a woodchuck actually chuck? Find out the actual answer by tuning in to this week's Torah Sparks podcast. We learn a fascinating life lesson from woodchucks as well as from Steve Jobs and his epic story with...

July 22, 2021

The World's Greatest Prank (Vaeschanan)

Tune in to find out how the Payless shoe company pranked the world when they set up shop in a fancy California boutique. We continue to discuss the value in associating with greater people. You don't want to miss a mindboggli...

July 14, 2021

Championship Merch and Associating with Greatness (Devarim)

Have you ever wondered where all the merchandise from the losing championship team goes? Tune in to Torah Sparks to find out the answer to this question as well as to gain an insight into what GREATNESS is. Powered by: TYA of...

July 09, 2021

The Harvard of All Countries (Matos/Masei)

Do you know how many times Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said the words " I have a dream " in his famous speech in August of 1963? In this week's Torah Sparks podcast, we reveal the answer to this question, and we talk about dre...

July 01, 2021

I'm a "Yisroel" and Proud (Pinchas)

If you are a Yisroel, you probably wonder what goes through the Kohen's mind as he confidently walks up to the Bima to get his unique Aliyah. In this Torah Sparks episode, we talk about getting Aliyos in shul and how the holy...

June 24, 2021

The Stressful Kitchen Fan (Balak)

The word "stress" makes you stressed, right? Left. But I guarantee you having the kitchen fan on is by far the most stressful thing in the world. In this episode of Torah Sparks, we talk about stress and the importance of fin...

June 17, 2021

7-Mile Bags and Change ft. Moshe Boehm (Chukas)

In today's episode, Ori shares an exclusive interview with Moshe Boehm, Vice President of 7-Mile Market about the dramatic change from their iconic blue bags. Wondering how this all connects to the Parah Adumah? Tune in to he...

June 11, 2021

Ping Pong Strings (Korach)

Wait, is it Ping Pong, Table Tennis, or Whif Whaff? In this episode we discuss how painful it is to be a spectator in the game of Ping Pong, and how Korach - on his level - "messed up" in this regard.