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We must see current events as a unique opportunity to wake up: This is our time to affect real change, it is time to start thinking and acting differently.
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The cedar trees used to build the sanctuary were originally rooted in the Holy Land just like each soul of the Jewish nation.
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Matzah is the food of the redemption. Three matzah crackers sit on the seder table during Passover as a reminder of the Exodus.
Insights on the power of Aaron’s staff, divine sparks, and Egyptian rain.
Even as a baby, Moses was instrumental in bringing the Children on Israel out of a mindset of materialism and into one of spirituality.
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A story of Yocheved, Moses’ mother, being born on the threshold between freedom and slavery.
In the Book of Shmot, G-d counts and names the Children of Israel as they head into Egypt and again at their deaths to show His infinite love for them.
Jacob teaches us the proper perspective of exile; refusing to become reconciled with it or accepting it as a state that is normal or comfortable.
Discover how every object, force and phenomenon in existence has a spark of G-dliness within it. Learn to hasten a personal and universal redemption.
What for Abraham was desirable behavior and a demonstration of his faith in G-d, was a breach of faith for Joseph.