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Reading Aloud

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Reading Aloud

Marisol and Adam Colette

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Welcome to the Reading Aloud Podcast, a place where the creative, emotional and hilarious aspects of relationship communication are explored in real-time, by a real couple. Marisol and Adam provide you insight into how they communicate, navigate and thrive through married life (and a baby!).
 
Welcome to the Read Learn Love podcast. Join me each Tuesday where I share my passion of equipping parents with the knowledge and tools to create successful, emotionally resilient whole human being who can not only learn, but also feel safe and empowered through nurtured knowledge, self-discovery and self expression through reading and reading aloud. And maybe, I can help make reading aloud your newest family tradition which you continue until your kids move out! Research shows reading aloud ...
 
‘I have written a blasphemous book’, said Melville when his novel was first published in 1851, ‘and I feel as spotless as the lamb’. Deeply subversive, in almost every way imaginable, Moby-Dick is a virtual, alternative bible – and as such, ripe for reinterpretation in this new world of new media. Out of Dominion was born its bastard child – or perhaps its immaculate conception – the Moby-Dick Big Read: an online version of Melville’s magisterial tome: each of its 135 chapters read out aloud ...
 
This will be a daily posting of my trip through the Bible. I will be reading the NET aloud. Each day I will introduce the passage with a brief commentary. But mostly I will simply be reading the Word of God for you. I'd love to hear how God is using this podcast to help you or answer any questions you may have. You can contact me on twitter: @nemoyatpeace or email me at DevotedToScripture@gmail.com.
 
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The Stoic Jew

Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss

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My name is Rabbi Matt Schneeweiss. I am, first and foremost, an Orthodox Jew. My primary area of focus is the teachings of Shlomo ha'Melech (King Solomon) in Mishlei (Proverbs) and Koheles (Ecclesiastes). I also consider myself to be a student of the Stoic masters: Epictetus, Seneca, and Marcus Aurelius. Over the past two decades I have been exploring the relationship between Judaism and Stoicism - where they overlap, where they differ, and how they complement each other. This year I started ...
 
The Houstons of Hillsong have written and promoted many holy texts over the 40+ years they've been in business. Some of them are still promoted, or quoted, and others have become rarer and rarer as time goes on. A group of us felt it was important for people to be able to access these books and for these gospels to be read aloud for research and history purposes. We are the community of those involved in The Australian Assemblies of God movement, Hillsong, C3, ACC, et al and/or those affecte ...
 
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Synopsis: This Thanksgiving (i.e. tomorrow) I'll be meeting up with my dad's family. Some I haven't seen in a few years; others, in a decade; others in two decades; still others, I've never met. I thought I wasn't nervous about this reunion, but the fact that I woke up this morning at 3:30am and couldn't stop thinking about it would suggest otherwi…
 
Sometimes, it can seem like the holiday season is over before we even had a chance to truly celebrate. And so this year, we’re wishing you a relaxing read-aloud Christmas, full of plenty of cocoa, warm blankets, and snuggles with your favorite people. If all of that sounds like a dream – we’ve got what you need to make it happen. So listen in to th…
 
Synopsis: In my Rambam Bekius Chavurah we’ve been learning Hilchos Talmud Torah Chapter 3, in which the Rambam prescribes guidelines for attaining the Crown of Torah. I recently came across a letter from Seneca in which he tells his pupil, Lucilius, what he’ll need to do in order to succeed in the life of philosophy. I couldn’t help but notice the …
 
Synopsis: This morning we attempt to understand Marcus Aurelius’s nonchalant statement about how easy it is to instantly attain inner peace, which is reminiscent of Moshe Rabbeinu’s nonchalant statement about how easy it is to fear Hashem. The question that prompted this episode is the question in the title: is it really THAT easy? This week's Tora…
 
Synopsis: In this episode we explore the parallels between the halachic and Stoic approaches to kibud u’mora av v’eim (honoring and revering one’s parents), in light of an observation made by Moshe Halbertal in his biography of the Rambam. This week's Torah content has been sponsored by Shirley, and since she didn't specify a dedicatory message, th…
 
Synopsis: The first instance of a neder (vow) in the Torah in Parashas Vayeitzei, when Yaakov Avinu makes a neder upon waking up from his dream about the ladder. Rav Hirsch provides a beautiful exposition on the folly of making nedarim. Ironically, his comments contain far more Stoicism than the actual writings of the Stoics on this topic! This wee…
 
Synopsis: Do you find yourself making the same bad decisions again and again because you’re duped by your own emotions? Epictetus repeatedly warns us to not be “taken by impressions” – that is to say, fooled into making mistakes based on inaccurate perceptions of reality. In this excerpt from the Discourses, Epictetus teaches us a powerful techniqu…
 
When my kids were young, I tried narration in my homeschool. But instead of working how it was supposed to, it made my oldest daughter freeze with panic. She actually started hating books she had previously loved. Read-aloud time became fraught. And the quality of her education suffered for it. In today’s episode, I’m diving deep into the Charlotte…
 
Synopsis: Do you hate yourself? Do you love death? You might instinctively think the answer is, “Of course not!” but Marcus Aurelius, Shlomo ha’Melech, and Dr. Theodore I. Rubin beg to differ. Today’s episode is about a single line from the first chapter of Meditations Book 5 and focuses on an idea I alluded to at the end of the previous episode, w…
 
Synopsis: I’ve mentioned on numerous occasions that my favorite chapter in Aurelius’s meditations is 2:1, in which the Stoic Emperor talks about how he’d begin his day. But there’s a very important step which comes before this: getting out of bed. In today’s episode we compare Aurelius’s advice on how to get out of bed when it’s cold outside to Shl…
 
Ray refuses to return from Canada and so Frank is left to cough up some healing gifts and grow some church. He decides to prey upon the local Maori people who are initially suspicious, but inevitably overcome by Frank's sale of the gospel and every single indigenous person signs up to the AoG. Frank and Ray exchange letters declaring their love for…
 
Synopsis: Rufus taught “The human being is born with an inclination toward virtue.” Would Judaism agree? In today’s episode we take a look at the Sforno’s revolutionary interpretation of a familiar statement from Chazal (which was already preempted by the Rambam), which sheds a new light on how Hashem helps us in the battle against the yetzer ha’ra…
 
Synopsis: In this episode – the last chapter in Book 4 of Meditations – I attempted to record WITHOUT extensive preparation in an effort to follow through on the intentions I stated in my recent episode about my struggles with perfectionism. Ironically, the theme of Aurelius’s chapter was consonant with this goal. Let’s hope I succeeded in followin…
 
Synopsis: For better or for worse I decided to record today’s episode when my mind was feeling a bit scattered … and it shows. We begin by reading Aurelius’s “unphilosophic” thoughts about how to put death in perspective, which we compare to the Torah’s stance as spelled out by the Rambam. We then read Epictetus’s counterpoint to the Rambam which l…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode Marcus Aurelius shares the secret of how to be immune to misfortune. His approach includes a number of fundamental ideas in Judaism and Stoicism that we’ve discussed in previous episodes (see the show notes for a partial list), but he ties them together in a compelling way which parallels David ha’Melech’s approach in T…
 
If you have a child with ADHD or dyslexia and want him/her to love reading, this episode is for you. I’m sharing tips and tricks to help kids with ADHD enjoy reading and read-alouds in this episode of The Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… audiobooks: help or hindrance? what worked for one of Sarah’s dyslexic kids Sarah’s go-to resource for all thing…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode we compare similar statements made by Marcus Aurelius in the Meditations Akavya ben Mahallalel in Pirkei Avos, as explained by the Rambam and the Meiri, but first we attempt to answer the question, “To what extent does Stoicism prepare a person for facing death?” Today's Torah content has been sponsored anonymously. May…
 
Looking for my favorite stories about Christian saints and heroes? You’re in the right place! That’s what I’m talking about in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. (Heads up, I’m Catholic, so a lot of these titles will be of special interest to Catholic listeners. 🥰) There are lots of wonderful stories of Christian heroes, but these are…
 
Synopsis: In today’s episode I reflect on my 100th day of gratitude journaling! I focus on two of the many benefits I’ve gained from this practice: (1) a little something I call “premeditatio gratias,” and (2) a developmental tool for “amor fati,” inspired by an interpretation of a phrase in Modim by the Ri Bar Yakar and Rashi. This week's Torah co…
 
Synopsis: In today’s (self-indulgent) episode I discuss how my own struggles with perfectionism have once again generated problems with my content-production, as far as this podcast is concerned. I made this episode because I needed to express these thoughts and feelings in a public format, but I hope that my choice to do so proves to beneficial to…
 
Many of us worry about how screen time impacts our kids’ reading life. So how do we manage screens in a way that still makes it likely our kids will love to read? That’s the question I’m answering in today’s short episode of the Read-Aloud Revival. You’ll hear… the case for helping kids engage with screens in a healthy way two times a day we go scr…
 
Synopsis: Today’s focus is on a one-liner from Marcus Aurelius: “Stop talking about what the good man is like, and just be one.” We use this as a springboard to reflect on our 200th episode, and whether we have fallen into this trap through this podcast, or whether the Torah’s values offer a different perspective on the Stoic Emperor’s self-rebuke.…
 
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