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In Eikev, this week’s Torah portion, we begin to deal with one of life’s biggest questions: “What am I truly capable of achieving”…
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Learn how the Hebrew month of Elul teaches us how to start anew and open up a new chapter of love in our lives.
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As Moses leads the Song of the Sea after the Jews escape the Egyptians, he demonstrates true leadership, for within Moses the soul of Israel was one.
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Love of G-d, love of Torah, and love of one’s fellow are in essence one. True love cannot exist in one of these areas alone, for they are all connected.
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The closer one comes to G-d, the more one realizes one’s own insignificance in the face of the divine infinity.
The 15th of Av and Yom Kippur are holy festivals which represent rebirth. On these days the unmarried women of Jerusalem would go dancing in the vineyards..
What is the connection between Shabbat and Amalek and why did the people of Israel have a problem with remembering both?
Elul, the last month of the year, resembles the “holy” portions of the calendar. Yet, as a month in which we work it seemingly presents a paradox…
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Each year the Maggid of Trsik would begin the year by citing sources as proof that this is the year that the Moshiach would come, the year of redemption…
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The story of an honest man’s unwillingness to swear to the truth, therefore, honoring the Torah.