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Enthusiasm

Rabbi Enkin explores the Torah’s incredible commandment of being happy.

In the Torah portion of “Ki Tavo” (Deut. 26:1–29:8), we learn about something unexpected: God gets angry if we don’t serve Him with joy.

That’s right, there is a Torah commandment to be happy!

When and why MUST we be happy? How can we achieve happiness? Are there times we should be sad or mournful?

Rabbi Enkin gives the answers to these questions and many more about the importance of happiness in Judaism.






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