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PodCasts

Many of Rav Dovid's classes and lectures are available via PodCast or RSS feed. Subscribe and you'll always have the latest shiurim available on your iPod or mp3 player. The following PodCasts are available...

        Wake Up! and Start Your Day
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers waking up in the morning.
        Rav Dovid's Ten Most Popular Shiurim
Rav Dovid's Ten Most Popular classes and lectures based on the number of downloads.
(Note that there is an inherent bias toward older shiurim as listeners have had more opportunities to download them.)
        Kavanah - Proper Intention when Doing Mitzvot
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers kavanah. Do mitzvot require kavanah? What is it?
        Zmanim
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers zmanim (Halachic times).
        Hilchot Tzitzit - The Laws of Tzitzit
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers hilchot tzitzit.
        Hilchot Tefillin - The Laws of Tefillin
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers hilchot tefillin.
        Brachot - The Art of Blessings
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers brachot.
        Pesukei d'Zimra
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Pesukei d'Zimra.
        Reciting Shema
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the recitation of the Shema.
        Amidah
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the Amidah prayer.
        Mincha: the Afternoon Prayer
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Mincha, the afternoon prayer.
        Geshem and Tal
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the seasonal additions of Geshem and Tal in the Amidah prayer.
        Kaddish
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Kaddish.
        Saying "Amen!" is Much Harder Than We Think
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series delves into the source, meaning, and intention behind the simple word "Amen" -- which is much deeper and more complicated than it appears at first glance.
        Shabbos
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the 39 Melachos of Shabbos, Shabbos prayers, and more.
        Kiddush
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series discusses kiddush, wine, and related issues.
        Hilchot Shofar -- Understanding the Shofar
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series is about the Shofar.
        Hilchot Teshuva -- The Laws of Repentance
What is teshuva? It's the process of drawing closer to Hashem. This series, from Rav Dovid's Daily Halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue and other lectures, covers the Rambam's Hilchos Teshuva and related teshuva topics.
        Rosh HaShana -- The Jewish New Year
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series includes topics related to Rosh HaShana.
        Aseret Y'mei HaTeshuva -- The Ten Days of Repentence
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the ten days from Rosh HaShanah until Yom Kippur.
        Yom Kippur -- The Day of Atonement
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Yom Kippur.
        Sukkos
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the holiday of Sukkos.
        Hilchot Pesach
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers hilchot Pesach.
        The Pesach Seder
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers aspects of hilchot Pesach that are specific to the Pesach Seder.
        Counting the Omer
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Sefirat HaOmer.
        Shavuot
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Shavuot.
        Chanukah
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Chanukah.
        Adar and Purim
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Adar and Purim.
        Rosh Chodesh
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Rosh Chodesh.
        Tu B'Shvat
Rav Dovid's "Introduction to Tu B'Shvat" and his Tu B'Shvat Seder.
        Halacha of Fast Days
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers public Fast Days.
        The Three Weeks
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers the Three Weeks from the 17th of Tamuz until the 9th of Av.
        Tisha B'Av
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers Tisha B'Av.
        The Four Parshiyot
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series covers parshiyot Shekalim, Zachor, Parah, and HaChodesh.
        Parshat HaShavua - The Weekly Torah Portion
Talks on the weekly Torah reading.
        RCA Convention, May 2006
RCA National Convention, May 7-10, 2006: Searching for Spirituality
        The Kosher Kitchen
The Kosher Kitchen Series, a project of the Shema Yisrael Torah Network. Visit us at http://www.kosherkitchen.info/.
        Holidays
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series includes teachings on various Jewish holidays.
        Daily Halacha
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series includes all of Rav Dovid's Daily Halacha classes.
        Rav Dovid's Shiurim
All of Rav Dovid's podcasted lectures and classes can be found here.
        Advanced Topics in Kashrut
Kollel-level shiurim in various issues of kashrut, taught b'iyun with detailed Hebrew sources.
        Speaking to G-d in His Language
Rav Dovid's weekly class on Tefilla (prayer) and the Siddur (prayerbook).
        Tefilla: Our Dialogue with the Divine
Rav Dovid's classes on Tefilla (prayer) and the Siddur (prayerbook).
        Spiritual Reality, Spiritual Freedom
Rav Dovid's weekly philosophy class on the interrelationship of G-d, Torah, the Jewish People, and the world.
Live on Thursday at 9:00 PM (Eastern) in the Virtual Yeshiva.
        The Jewish Calendar
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series examines various aspects of the Jewish Calendar.
        Chinuch: Teach Them to Your Children
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series looks at the obligation to teach our children.
        A Practical Guide to Shabbos
This year-long class series covers the 39 Melachos of Shabbos in detail with a focus on the practical issues that arise in the kitchen, around the house, and in shul.
        Rav Dovid's Shiurim
All of Rav Dovid's recorded lectures and classes can be found here (regardless of date, topic, length, or level).
        Here Comes the Sun!
Rav Dovid gives a daily halacha at the Wall Street Synagogue in Lower Manhattan.
This series examines the once-in-a-generation blessing for the sun.
        To Tell the Truth...
We all bend the truth at times, and -- within limits -- this can be permitted by halacha. But how far can we bend the truth before it becomes falsehood? What level of truth is required by the Torah? What mix of falsehood is permitted, when, and why?
        Respecting others and developing our own character
We have a mitzvah d'oraita to respect parents, elders, and Torah scholars. This mitzvah is not just about proper behavior or respecting authority; it is also about developing ourselves.
        Mitzvot that impact other people and our relationships with them.
All of Torah is for naught if we don't improve our character.
        A Torah View of Self-Defense
By halacha, we are obligated to protect ourselves and others. Just how far does this obligation go?

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