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Rabbi Daniel Lapin, known world-wide as America's Rabbi, is a noted rabbinic scholar, best-selling author and host of the Rabbi Daniel Lapin podcast. He reveals how the world REALLY works and reminds us that the more things change, the more we need to depend upon those things that never change.

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Jul 5, 2019

If you liked being a happy warrior, well, I’ve upped the ante. It’s now a little harder. It’s easy to laugh when I speak about your rabbi (that would be, me!) revealing how the world REALLY works. The truth is that learning how the world REALLY works and adapting to it is immensely painful. Having our illusions shattered is always painful. The slogan is easier than the reality. How the world REALLY works is quite different from the ways in which many of us wish it worked. Many fondly labor under the delusion that we live in a secular age in a secular world. Nothing could be further from the truth. I explain why I feel nothing but compassion towards former secularists who are having their entire world views obliterated. Secularism is the tired expression of yesterday’s cultural dinosaurs whose perception of reality is being pulverized. Only anti-scientific secular dinosaurs would believe dogmatically that a man can become a woman. Only tired and aging secularists would believe that it costs nothing if the government pays for it. Why the 1999 movie, The Matrix helps explain the quandary of secularism today. People used to think that the more educated and wealthy a society became, the more secular it would be. The growth of Islam, Christianity and Judaism thoroughly refutes that lie. My trip to Ghana last week where 70% of the population is Christian. Where over a billion Africans are headed. Why it is MUCH harder for women to find good men to marry than it is for men to find good women. The only four conditions of womanhood; hint: girlfriend is not one of them. Wise women seek security and all wives thrive in its cocoon. Men’s failure since 1962 to be able to project power; not brutality, not tyranny, not bullying but calm competent benevolent good masculine power.