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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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Mar 15, 2024

Men used to tend toward jobs in which they work with things (farming, construction, factories, etc.), while women tended towards home and family or jobs in which they work with people (teaching, nursing, stewardess, etc.). A few people worked with ideas (lawyers, philosophy professors, clergy). Today it's less evident than it used to be. But maybe men still yearn to make, manipulate, or fix things so they have hobbies. Men working in agriculture: 1900 = 38%; 2000 = 10%. Does having things in his life help keep a man sane? What happens when faith is obliterated? From 1860-1960: Marx - Secular morality; Darwin - Secular origin story; Freud - Secular s*x, Einstein - Secularism = All is relative. Abandon naive confidence in higher education to instill moral awareness of right and wrong. Check out my May appearance in Orlando: About 30% of Americans have a university degree but they are governed by the US Congress of which 96% of members have a university degree. Like William F. Buckley, I'd rather be governed by an auto-mechanic than by a professor.