The Queen of England, who in response to a request for life advice, she commented, “If I had to give only one piece of advice, it would be to invest in human connections. There is nothing more important in life than connecting with other people, and I think the last year or so has made that very clear.” The Queen was referring to the pandemic, where all humanity was witness to the importance of human connection, that has previously been taken for granted.Join our WhatsApp group
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The show’s guest today lives by that motto, and it is demonstrated by the way he lives his life, and how it reflects his life’s work.
Baila Sebrow producer and host of The Definitive Rap sat down with Rabbi Dovid Cohen, an internationally renowned motivational speaker, spiritual leader, life coach, entrepreneur and author whose empathic approach has empowered many individuals to achieve success in all aspects of life. His teachings are firmly rooted in Torah knowledge mixed together with contemporary thinking.
Rabbi Cohen talked about the previous generations before us, who endured so many challenges, yet how they were able to pick up the shredded pieces of their lives, move on and build what we have today.
Rabbi Cohen shared from his book, We’re Almost There, how one can live a Jewish life in the world today in midst of dilemmas
He offered, a deep and raw understanding of human beings, and relationships from his book, Together Again, along with some excerpts.
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Baila Sebrow is an acclaimed journalist, inspirational international speaker, and 5TJT columnist who hosted numerous radio and Cable TV shows, including Insight/Israel. Baila is also an educator, and active on many human rights and political causes. Baila is the Founder and President of Neshoma Advocates, Inc., servicing children and families at-risk. She is also a world renowned matchmaker and relationship coach, and president of Baila Sebrow Events, LLC. She has been been featured in various publications, including The New York Times.