1. 362 A Hebraic look at the gifts of the Ruach HaKodesh

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    362 A Hebraic look at the fruits of the Holy Spirit What the rabbi was told after this message was “I have been a Christian all my life and have Never heard this information before, why did my former pastors not tell me this!!!” This message takes the Fruits of the Spirit, piece by piece, and takes you back through the Scriptures to tie together the weaving of God’s word. Did you know that the fruits of the spirits are referenced before Galatians 5:22-23? In his letter to the Galatians, Rav Shaul, after exhorting the Galatians not to be subject to the old nature of worshipping the “mother of the gods” he outlines the fruits of the Spirit. Sha’ul states, “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, humility, self control. Nothing in Torah Stands against such things.” In order to get a better understanding of the fruits of the Spirit, it is necessary to examine the context in which Rav Shaul wrote his letter. The Galatians had been known for their pagan practices and now after accepting Messiah Yeshua, they were being encouraged to subject themselves to Talmudic rules. Rav Shaul was telling them that Torah, Prophets and Writings were enough. For us today it is important for us to understand that each of the fruits that Rav Shaul lists has a much deeper and broader meaning in the context of the Hebrew Language. Would you like to see the Fruits of the Spirit through the HEBREW lenses of the truth of God’s word? Find the answers of this message in an exploration through the mysteries and truths of the Bible.

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    • 2012 Symposium - Summary of the Scientific/Clinical Meetings - What does it all Mean for Patients?

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      Bruce Cohen, M.D., Amy Goldstein, M.D., Sumit Parikh, M.D. and Russell Saneto, D.O., Ph.D.

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      • Psychoeducation - Amresh Shrivastava

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        Educational Resource for patients. relatives and health professionals - this video answers common questions about psychosis and schizophrenia by qualified psychiatric professions.

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        • Living Faith - 05 - The Fight of Faith

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          Can the seed of faith really bring us to perfection? How is this even possible? http://www.markwoodman.org

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          • Insights Into Cancer Oct 8, 2013

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            Cancer and LGBT Patients and Families Allison L. Diamant, MD, MSHS & Thomas J. Pier, MSW, LCSW

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            • Transparency in an era of Health Reform - Paul F. Levy - MIT Club of Northern California

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              There are often misconceptions as people talk about "transparency" in the health-care field. They say the main societal value is to provide information so patients can make decisions about which hospital to visit for a given diagnosis or treatment. As for hospitals, people believe the main strategic value of transparency is to create a competitive advantage vis-à-vis other hospitals in the same city or region. Both these impressions are misguided. Transparency's major societal and strategic imperative is to provide creative tension within hospitals so that they hold themselves accountable. This accountability is what will drive doctors, nurses, and administrators to seek constant improvements in the quality and safety of patient care. Paul F. Levy '72 has been President and CEO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts since 2002. Previously, he served as Executive Dean of Administration at Harvard Medical School, Executive Director of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA), Commissioner and Chairman of the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, and Director of the Arkansas Department of Energy. At the MWRA, he had primary responsibility for the “Boston Harbor Cleanup,” one of the largest pollution control projects in the world. Mr. Levy has been a visiting lecturer and adjunct professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a consultant in the energy, water, and telecommunications industries. Mr. Levy is the author of numerous articles in a variety of fields and co-author of Negotiating Environmental Agreements (Island Press, 1999). He is author of a blog entitled “Running a Hospital,” and in that regard is one of very few hospital CEOs to share thoughts publicly about hospitals, medicine, and health care issues. Mr Levy is a member of the MIT Corporation, and serves also on the boards of ISO-New England, the Risk Management Foundation, and the Celebrity Series of Boston.

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              • Revolutionizing the Practice of Medicine

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                The convergence of genomic and digital technology including ingenious wireless sensors, IT systems, data analytics, social networking, the cloud, etc., threaten to revolutionize the way health care is delivered. One local company, MD Revolution, is making use of these technologies right now to deliver a new model of healthcare for its clients.

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                • IHI Forum 2010 Session A1: How Patient-Provider Engagement Can Transform Healthcare

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                  from e-Patient Dave deBronkart / Added

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                  Dr. Danny Sands and his patient "e-Patient Dave" tell the story, from both physician and patient perspectives, of Dave's experience as a stage IV cancer patient who used the internet in every way possible to supplement the excellent care he received at Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Both became founding officers of the Society for Participatory Medicine, which is advancing the cause of doctor-patient collaboration. Special interest keynote delivered at the 2010 IHI Forum in Orlando. Thanks to the Institute for Healthcare Improvement for making this video freely available to the public!

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                  • Insights Into Cancer March 11, 2014

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                    How to Become a Take-Charge Patient through Cancer Martine Ehrenclou, M.A

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                    • SCIENCE VS. STIGMA

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                      Proving once again that fact is stranger than fiction, brave medical patients share their struggles to access an unjustly demonized medicinal herb that helps them. A compassionate doctor presents scientific evidence to support the stigmatized plant’s effectiveness in treating more than a dozen medical conditions. This film puts a human face on some of the collateral damage from the war on drugs. This is the complete film. Wait through the 10 second black leader for the slate. The movie starts ten seconds after the slate. Produced by Maine Green Cross. DVDs at https://www.createspace.com/324495

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