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Rabbi Eytan Feiner

Rabbi Eytan Feiner currently serves as the full-time Rav of Congregation Kneseth Israel, more popularly known as The White Shul, in Far Rockaway, New York. He also delivers monthly shiurim at Lander's Yeshiva and at Machon Basya Rochel Seminary, lectures extensively throughout the New York area and beyond, and is the summer Rabbi of Chai Lifeline's Camp Simcha. Rabbi Feiner previously served as a Maggid Shiur and Senior Lecturer at Aish HaTorah in Yerushalayim, taught weekly in Yeshivat HaKotel, Michlala, the Gra Shul in Sha'arei Chesed, and at various Yeshivot and Seminaries throughout Eretz Yisroel, and lectured for the popular Gateways programs.


The Dreidel’s Secret Lesson

A profound lesson in spinning the dreidel.

FAQs: The Mission Statement of the Jewish People

It's our national responsibility to repair the world.

Joseph: Unifying the Jews

A foreshadowing of the future paradise.

Spinning the Dreidel

The discrepancy in how the Hanukkah dreidel and Purim gragger are spun reflect a profound lesson in the nature of the two holidays.

The Two Sides of the Purim Mask

Exploring the Purim/Yom Kippur contrast.

Rekindling the Sparks of Peace

The heart of fire contains the unifying power of peace.

To Become Like Angels

On Yom Kippur we can taste spiritual perfection by relinquishing our innate ability to choose as we attempt to blend our own will with that of God's.

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