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Rabbi Zalman Dubinsky teaches chassidus and gemara at Yeshivas Tiferes Bachurim in Morristown, New Jersey. He is the author of A Practical Guide to Korban Pesach: The Halacha of the Passover Offering as well as numerous articles on Jewish mysticism and customs.
Why the focus on the king?
Hakhel: Then and Today
In Temple times the king would read from the Torah before the entire nation in the year of Hakhel. Why is this specifically the role of the king? This class explains the unique function of a Jewish king.
Defining the Mitzvah of Tefillah
The Double Identity of Prayer
We explore the two paradoxical components of prayer, and how they’re alluded to in the precise wording of the Rambam
Defining the Mitzvah of Tefillah
The Order of the Daily Prayers
Determining the order of the three daily prayers provides understanding into the very nature of prayer.
The Need for Daily Torah Study
It’s not enough to fulfill the everyday mitzvahs to be a committed Jew, rather it’s equally crucial to study Torah each day as a central part of life.
Meditation for the Fast of Gedaliah
Words that Conquer the Heart
The day after Rosh Hashanah is a public fast day commemorating the assassination of Gedaliah ben Achikam, who was governor of the Land of Israel for a short period following the destruction of the First Temple. This day is also an especially propitious ti...
The Rebbe's Public Letter to the Jewish People
A Rosh Hashanah Message
Several times a year, the Rebbe would write a "michtav klali", a public letter addressed to "all sons and daughters of Israel wherever they may be." In this lecture, we review one of those letters, a Rosh Hashanah message from 1974
Meditation for the Public Fast of Esther
Words that Conquer the Heart
The meaning of the public fast (Fast of Esther) observed on the day before Purim.
Parsha Tetzaveh
7 Adar and Moshe Rabbeinu
Moshe Rabbeinu's birthday and yahrzeit on the 7th of Adar always coincides with the reading of the Torah portion Tetzaveh, the one parshah where Moshe's name is glaringly omitted. Rabbi Dubinsky also speaks about the importance of following the daily stud...
From Likutei Sichos - Beshalach
Shabbat Shira
What makes a shira (a song) holy? Understanding the Song at the Sea that Moses and the Children of Israel sang after the miracle of the Splitting of the Sea.
Parsha Vayechi
Concluding the Book of Genesis
The Torah portion of Vayechi serves as a "bridge" between the book of B'reishis (Genesis) and the book of Sh'mos (Exodus.) The book of B'reishis relates the miraculous lives of our ancestors. The book of Sh'mos describes our descent into exile. It is the ...
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