Lex Fridman #270 - David Wolpe (Judaism)

It never hurts to gravitate toward the awe of life. Rabbi David Wolpe has spent most of his time serving his people, and Lex very well explores his teachings.
Lex Fridman #270 - David Wolpe (Judaism)

Table of contents

šŸš€ The Podcast in 3 Sentences

  1. A podcast on life.
  2. The podcast discusses a broad range of topics and explores the teachings on these topics by Rabbi David Wolpe.
  3. Furthermore, it looks at the development of David Wolpe in becoming the person he is today and how Judaism helped him.

šŸŽØ Impressions

This is the first in a series on religion from Lex Fridman, and I enjoyed every minute of it. There is something about listening to someone who devoted his life to learning about life and teaching this within a community. These teachings are valuable, and Iā€™m glad they find their way via a modern format. The reduction of religion in western society is caring, and through podcasts like Lex Fridman, there is the opportunity to bring this message to citizens.

How I Discovered It

Scrolling through all podcasts Lex Fridman produced.

Who Should Read It?

These are teaching on the life. So everyone, no matter your religion

ā˜˜ļø How the Podcast Changed Me

šŸ’” How my life / behavior / thoughts / ideas have changed as a result of listening to the podcast.

  • Nothing in particular. But a slight gravitation towards the awe of life never hurts.

āœļø My Top 3 Quotes

  • Nomads travel from one place to another. Only farmers can grow their crops.
  • The only whole heart is a broken one because it lets the light in
  • Read Books to get a broader context of the world than yesterday