Weekly Op-Ed •June 25th, 2015• 1 Comment
In Parshat Chukat Moses strikes the rock instead of speaking to it. Even today our modern customs &symbols have military undertones. So what does this mean?
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The Torah considers old age a virtue and a blessing.
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Every man creates his own reality. One who leads a real life—life as defined by the wisdom and will of the Creator—will ultimately experience the divine reality.
The scientific revolution prepared the world for the coming of Moshiach by serving as a tool for the dissemination of Torah.
Every mitzvah we perform is a testimony as to the essence and purpose of the created existence.
Comprehending and implementing Torah, man comprehends and realizes his truest, deepest self. And there is no greater freedom than the freedom to be oneself.
Why does Ben Zoma say “Who is wise — One who learns from every man”?
Weekly Op-Ed •July 7th, 2005• 6 Comments
In Parshat Chukat Moses’ face turned pale: knowing what it means to be created in the “Divine Image” & learning the cycle of life & death through faces.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed • 11 Comments
The 49 curses listed in the Torah portion of Bechukosei evokes an interesting question: what possible benefit can be found in these curses?
Weekly Op-Ed •December 16th, 2004• 1 Comment
An examination of the apparent dichotomy between faith and reason in the modern world, and a realistic perspective of these two forces from a Biblical perspective.