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Parshah Insight: Lech-Lecha

Parshah Insight: Lech-Lecha


Parshah Insight: Lech-Lecha

A five minute weekly Torah insight based on the wellsprings of Torah and Chassidut.
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Anonymous October 14, 2013

Beautiful and Profound Thank you. Reply

Michael Jacobson afula, Israel November 3, 2011

Lech Lecha Thank you very much, I can very much relate to your sermon. 25 years ago I was diagnosed with Multiple Schrosis & was under treatment. On my last attack 14 years ago, I lost the use of my legs unable to stand or walk, in a wheel chair, I came back fully to religion, not to have any more attacks. Coincidence? I walk to Synagogue Reply

Molka San Pedro, California November 3, 2011

Lech L'Cha Thank you. I am preparing a lesson on Lech L'cha for B'nai Mitzvah students this Shabat. Your words are very helpful to me. Shabat Shalom (a day early)

HOUNKPEVI Claude November 7, 2010

I appreciate it a lot. Thank you very much. Reply

david goldfarb seattle, wa October 15, 2010

thank you for your sermon your teachings are a blessing. thank you. Reply

Anonymous wisc October 14, 2010

ambition You state that ambition in the physical world is incorrect, and that spirituality is more important. I disagree. Ambition is this world is healthy. It is up to each of us to balance it with spirituality. In the secular world as in the physical world , if you are not going forward, you are falling backward. Reply

Mrs. Doris Onofrei October 13, 2010

Outstanding lesson! Thank you very much. Reply

Mary St. Charles, IL October 30, 2009

Lech Lecha Thank you! Reply

Yochanan hampton, VA/us October 28, 2009

Outstanding lesson!!!!! Reply

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