Finding Hope in the Darkness
If you ever need help, you can simply ask. But if things have gotten to the point where nobody understands what you’re going through, what can you do? This lesson about prayer teaches how to ask G-d at a time you don’t even know what to ask for.
When Discipline Becomes Revenge
Too often, legitimate punishment turns into personal vengeance. How do we draw the line between the two? The actions of Levi and Shimon, wiping out the entire city of Shechem, show that when it comes to punishment, intention and action are equally important.
The Key to Getting Unstuck
When faced with a challenge, are you the type to wait for something to happen? Or do you get up and do something about it? The butler's and the baker’s dreams teach the importance of action. Make a move, any move, and there is hope. But sitting and brooding about your lot is unlikely to get you very far.
Behaviorism vs. Cognitivism
Where does self-improvement start? By fixing what’s wrong or by starting to do what’s right? An age old debate about the Chanukah candles reveals how generations before Freud vs. Skinner, the sages weighed the pros and cons of cognitive versus behavioral therapy.
THE PREMIER JEWISH EVENT OF THE YEAR IN THE STATE OF UTAH!
JEWISH HERITAGE NIGHT WITH THE UTAH JAZZ!
-Watch the Menorah Lighting at Halftime!
-Enjoy a Cantorial Rendition of the National Anthem
-Party in style in the exclusive Chabad Sky Box!
-Enjoy once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to be part of the Fan Tunnel and Anthem Buddies!
-Try your hand at a Post-Game On-Court Free Throw!