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A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.

Parshah Thought: Chayei Sarah

Parshah Thought: Chayei Sarah


Parshah Thought: Chayei Sarah

A five minute weekly Torah thought based on the teachings of Chassidut.
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Yosef Linkstein Twin Cities, MN November 24, 2008

Eliezer, or lack thereof I've heard that point used to show how devoted Eliezer was. He was this big hotshot, making a match for the young master. But he felt so unimportant, that he never even mentions his name. When talking to Rivkah's family, he introduces himself by saying, "I am a servant of Abraham."

In yeshiva they would tell us to learn from Eliezer and not take ourselves so seriously. Reply

Lowell Nigoff Lexington, KY November 21, 2008

Eliezer Greetings,

I don't believe the parsha mentions Eliezer specifically as the servant.

Shalom, Reply

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