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Just as the women gave everything they had to help build the Mishkan, today women must replicate this in building a strong Jewish home.
To a young child, the era of Moshaich seems like a fantasy world. Yet later it becomes a vision for a time when G-dliness is openly revealed.
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If interpersonal conflict was a matter that could be resolved simply between G-d and man, true kindness and sensitivity to our fellow man would be unattainable.
The Torah portion “Tzav” details the priestly duties in the Temple, and provides valuable insight into Divine service.
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Why do pigs receive so much flak, and what is unique about the pig that causes it to be the universal symbol of degradation and insult?
Can spiritual concepts be expressed in everyday language? Or must they be discussed only in somber tones and sacred whispers?
Tzaraas was a spiritual illness that could result in total banishment from society. Though it no longer exists, its implications are far-reaching.