Weekly Op-Ed • 5 Comments
A great miracle happened on this Shabbat a few days preceding the Egyptian Exodus. There are various opinions as to the nature of this great miracle.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 8th, 2006• 5 Comments
The Seder plate serves as a reflection of both your purpose in life and your greatest potential, and contains in its structure multiple layers of symbolism.
Weekly Op-Ed • 9 Comments
There are four steps that G-d used to take His nation out of slavery in Egypt, mirroring the four steps necessary to achieve freedom today.
Weekly Op-Ed • 4 Comments
The only answer to the invisible power of fear – the fear of being alone – is to recognize that you are not alone.
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Using Torah thought to personalize the Seder experience on Pesach, rendering it into a powerful psychological/spiritual journey into our own hearts & souls.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 14th, 2016• 2 Comments
We don’t really know when and where the “Great Shabbat” got its name. The history of Shabbat HaGadol and its name seems to be muddled, almost intentionally, in obscurity.
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Revisiting the 42-stationed journey in the desert from the Exodus of Egypt (that marked our birth as a nation) to our entry into the Land of Israel.
History is a dance. G-d & the “maiden of Israel” have been dancing these steps some 4000 years now, advancing & retreating, drawing apart & pulling together
Caleb’s role in the tragic story of The 12 Spies in Parshat Shelach.
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In Parshat Shelach, the distinction in wording between “spies” and “scouts” makes all the difference in understanding the tragedy of the Twelve Spies.