The requirement to make a bracha before we eat teaches us that saying “Thank You” isn’t enough. We must teach children not to expect whatever they get. Contemporary Chinuch with Rabbi Michoel Gourarie.
By Anash.org writer
For the second year in a row, Rabbi Michoel Gourarie of Sydney, Australia has been producing weekly chinuch messages geared to provide parents with tips and material to guide their children. Now, Anash.org is proud to present these timely chinuch messages on video.
“Youth today are often insufficiently familiar with the fundamentals of our beliefs and we need to discuss it with them,” Rabbi Gourarie told Anash.org. “The Shabbos table or other family meals are great opportunities to generate conversation and direct the discussion towards topics of healthy hashkafa.”
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