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October 21, 2013
Kol ha Kavod!!...as always superb presentation Rabbi Kaplan. There should be definetely a part 2 for this class. Thank you for this amazing class.
Uri Yitzchak Orlando,FL
October 21, 2013
Not just a little drink
This has been a feast without the dessert - I wish you could have gone on another half hour! As you were teaching my mind was jumping to so many "tie-ins" that made sense when combined with the insights of this passage. For instance, the condemnation of Sodom and Gomorrah - their treatment of the poor and the stranger. Also, the widow who baked a cake first for Elijah, and the childless woman who had a room built for Elisha - so many, many places where Hashem shows how important hospitality is and that HIS people should be marked with kindness, compassion, and hospitality.
Thank you for your diligent life of study and your presentation of this message.
Jean Oakes BATTLE GROUND
November 1, 2012
what does eliezer name mean & why is he called the eldest steward, do the eldest servant get the inheritance being abraham has no son?
March 17, 2012
Wondergul insight! I came upon this Parshas, and read it countless of times, pondering on the question of why the instructions were repeated twice and the maxim that whatever is repeated in the Torah is worth pondering over. Your insight has opened my eyes to new ideas, and as such, has helped clarify the power of this Parshas. I have wondered over the etymology of Rebecca's name, is there any consent on this question?