Weekly Op-Ed • 7 Comments
From overhearing the conversation between G-d and Moses in Parshat Ki Tissa, we learn how to have a true intimate relationship with our Creator.
Weekly Op-Ed • 13 Comments
After Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge, the world changed to one of deception. Now one must look to children to see the deeper truths of life.
We must learn lessons from these events that help us develop our own sensitivity. Lessons that teach us how to face our own battles – in our search for balance and harmony.
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Avoiding the wrong thing is better than doing the right thing; protecting is better than serving (Samech Vav) as seen in Parshat Naso and the wilderness.
The majesty of great people is that it is never about them personally. Even when their Divine cause emerges victorious, they display profound humility.
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A poem and Shavuot blessing by artist Philip Namanworth.
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The Torah was received thousands of years ago. Is it possible that G-d has changed his mind about some of the stipulations He wrote in it?
Weekly Op-Ed •January 28th, 2016• 6 Comments
At Mt. Sinai, the physical and spiritual worlds merged. The NYC skyline shows a man-made version of this, yet reminds us of the fragility of man’s work.
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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.