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The continued quest for an authentic teacher results in a discussion about the virtues of a specific anarchy and the refinement of our search for a rabbi.
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The four species of Sukkot represent each type of Jew unified as one, and implies a greater harmony among all Jewish people.
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A combined cognitive and behavioral approach to recovering one’s femininity after suffering at the hands of a dominant father.
Purim celebrates the salvation of a singular people: Torah, the festivals, circumcision and tefillin are symbols of Jewish uniqueness.
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Both Mattot and Massei are parashiyot read during the Three Weeks – both are lessons on galut.
The minister serves his king with his mind; the servant with his body. Our service of the Creator includes both elements – embodied in Torah study & mitzvot.
The verses in Parshat Beha’alotecha specify two laws of the menorah corresponding to two visions of man provided by Rashi and Nachmanides.
In the first few days of Sivan, the Children of Israel prepared to receive the Torah by making themselves into vessels.
On the Shabbat before Rosh Hashanah we read Parshat Nitzavim, which begins with the contradictory words: “You stand today, all of you, before G-d your G-d”
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Learn how to uncover your unique voice, and how your individuality does not compromise your love for others.