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The Talmud points to the relationship between the soul and the body as a model for the nature of G-d’s relationship with the world.
The Torah delegates various aspects of our relationship with G-d to “appointed times” but we should also endeavor to make “every day an appointed time”.
In Parshat Korach the difference between Moses & Korach is Moses desired to be a Kohen Gadol; Korach & his crew acted to appropriate the rank for themselves
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Parshat Korach relates the story of Korach’s challenge to the authority of Moses & the priesthood of Aaron. The lesson: no human being is irredeemable.
November 21st, 2002• Comments Off on Vayishlach: Are We Victims?
Prayer is the foundation –Faith then dictates and infuses you with the fortitude to do whatever it takes, everything humanly possible to ensure victory.
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The meaning of the shofar blasts: the sounding of the shofar is more than a commandment—it is also a vehicle for repentence.