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Chutzpod is a frank and wide-ranging conversation on how to build a good life, using real-life quandaries and millennia-old Jewish wisdom. Each week, Rabbi Shira Stutman and podcast host Hanna Rosin bring a Jewish lens to life's toughest questions, asked by our listeners: Do I offer forgiveness to a friend who refuses to apologize? Am I right to be annoyed at all the service dogs on the plane with me? How do we work to heal this broken world? It's a podcast for people of all or no faiths; Hebrew school truants and proud yeshiva graduates; those who want to be inspired but don't want to schlep to synagogue; basically, anyone trying to live a meaningful life during these trying times. One part advice column, one part reflection on what Judaism teaches on how to build a good life, using real-life stories and millennia-old wisdom.

2021 Chutzpod!

Chutzpod is a frank and wide-ranging conversation on how to build a good life, using real-life quandaries and millennia-old Jewish wisdom. Each week, Rabbi Shira Stutman and podcast host Hanna Rosin bring a Jewish lens to life's toughest questions, asked by our listeners: Do I offer forgiveness to a friend who refuses to apologize? Am I right to be annoyed at all the service dogs on the plane with me? How do we work to heal this broken world? It's a podcast for people of all or no faiths; Hebrew school truants and proud yeshiva graduates; those who want to be inspired but don't want to schlep to synagogue; basically, anyone trying to live a meaningful life during these trying times. One part advice column, one part reflection on what Judaism teaches on how to build a good life, using real-life stories and millennia-old wisdom.

2021 Chutzpod!

3.23 Spoiled Rotten

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May 8, 202432min 18sec

What to do when you want to teach your children gratitude, humility and the value of a dollar, but your mother’s “greatest joy in life” is spoiling them rotten. Rabbi Shira and Hanna talk about money myths, values and honoring thy father and mother.

The Torah on Money

Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Kiddushin 31b

Rav Asi had an elderly mother. She said to him: “I want jewelry.” He made jewelry for her. “I want a man,” and he said: I will seek one for you. “I want a husband who is as handsome as you.” He left her…and went to Israel.

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