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The High Priest's apron-like garment called the "ephod" had gems over the shoulder straps with the names of the twelve tribes engraved in them. The classical sources differ as to the order in which the tribes were named on the jewels. A spiritual interpretation of these opinions is that they describe two kinds of Jewish unity. (Based on Likutei Sichos, vol. 31.)

The Names of the Tribes on the Ephod

The Names of the Tribes on the Ephod

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Rabbi Moishe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is a sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today.
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April 2, 2012
BH

I loved the ephod lecture......
when will you be doing the 2nd part of this lesson?
Please advise
L'shalom
Anonymous
Houston, TX
March 24, 2012
All manners of leaven -- not just bread -- must be disposed of before Passover. To facilitate this we must arrange for the sale of our chometz to a non-Jew. To arrange this, please contact your nearest ortodox rabbi. You simply need to to sign a form. The chometz remains in your home, but for the duration of Passover, will belong to a non-Jew. (Because after Passover the rabbi will by it back on your behalf.)
Moishe New
March 23, 2012
unleavened bread
When am I supposed to throw out unleavened bread.
Anonymous
Housotn, USA
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This class analyzes an aspect of the weekly Torah portion or upcoming holiday. While providing a basic understanding of the subject matter, the lesson delves into its deeper and more complex dimensions with emphasis on the spiritual relevance to our daily lives. Inspiration for both the novice and advanced student.
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