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Topics include: Where the Torah hints to the spiritually purifying powers of water, why the greatest blessings are often hidden within disaster, the connection between immersing in a mikveh and Moses' forty days and nights on Mt. Sinai.

Torah in Ten: Metzora

Torah in Ten: Metzora

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Torah in Ten: Metzora

Topics include: Where the Torah hints to the spiritually purifying powers of water, why the greatest blessings are often hidden within disaster, the connection between immersing in a mikveh and Moses' forty days and nights on Mt. Sinai.
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Rabbi Chaim Miller is the author of the Gutnick Chumash published by Kol Menachem, New York. To purchase the Chumash click here.
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Anonymous atlanta April 11, 2013

QUESTION TORAH IN TEN METZORA Rabbi Miller, toda raba for these most desired Torah insights. You stated that there's no impurity connected with water. I was taught in reference to the Pesach seder, that wet vegetables might carry tumah, so then, we wash our hands. Can you explain? Toda raba Reply

j. singer mpls, mn April 25, 2012

headaches Baruch Hashem my mother tipped me off years ago that sometimes headaches come from sugar consumption, even small quantities in things like mayo, ketchup, etc. even fruit may trigger a headache at times. good luck Reply

Leah Lapidus cleve, oh April 25, 2012

G-d bless you. really. :) I love Torah in 10. Reply

David ben Moshe Chicago April 9, 2011

Dear Chaim Miller in your lesson you mentioned bad headaches you re having sometimes. G-d, blessed be He, wants you to know that you will not suffer from those headaches anymore.Amen and Amen. Please continue your wonderful work.

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