In this week's portion in which Judah promises the safe return of his brother Benjamin, we look at the severity of oaths and vows, how to know when you've made one and how to be released from it once you have.
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December 28, 2011
Makuing an oath
Thank´s to you Rav Mendel Kaplan it is very inspiring your classes and also your insights about the Parasha.Chazak Baruch!
nicola nisim pelosof sao paulo, brazil
December 18, 2011
Josheph and his brothers in Egypt.
There are alot of stories I don't understand about the Tora. You make it easy for me to understand by breaking it down and explaining how they felt and how the Jews lived many thousands of years ago.
Karen A Chambers Bakersfield, CA/Kern chabadofbakersfield.com
December 10, 2010
Making an Oath
Thank You Rabbi, again great teachings. I learned what to say now and future, not to make vows PERIOD.
binh tran union city, usa
December 7, 2010
Problems with broadcast tonight
Perhaps some latkes got clogged in the system? Was it just me or were you having problems at "your end"?