Sermons: Rabbi Feinstein
Each of us paints our own portrait of our lives. What we say, what we do, what we are, is unique. Don't try to do it with mirrors. Rosh Hashana 1994.
The meaning of a one's life is affirmed and perpetuated by the values chosen to be a guide-to-living by one's descendants. Yizkor 1995
Yom Kippur is the time to forgive oneself, one's parents and one's children for imperfections. Experience the love and freedom which comes from the release of anger, resentment, guilt and shame. Yom Kippur, 1994.
What the Jewish tradition teaches about overcoming the anguish of human existence. Rosh Hashana 1996.
1. He comes to see the rabbi, because we're supposed to possess life wisdom. So he sits in my office and describes his problems.
He's 38 years old. Good looking, well-educated, successful, and desperately lonely.
The difficulty of adolescence with some suggestions to parents. Rosh Hashana 1995
For Los Angeles to live up to its possibilities, ethnic groups must join together and communicate. Rosh Hashana, 2000.
Judaism believes that nothing is either black or white; that every element of life is a combination of diametric opposites without which there would be no balance...and no truthful human existence. Yom Kippur, 1996