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Chayei Sarah

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Did Abraham Teach his Children Black Magic? Abraham's Gifts to His Other Sons RankRankRankRankRankRank
Question: The Torah records that Abraham gave presents to the children he had with Hagar. Rashi says that they were filled up with tumah (dark spiritual forces). Why would Abraham do that? Why not just throw it away and give something good to them?...
"Just as their days are perfect so too their years perfect" Why the Torah chooses to accredit perfection of the righteous to chronological age and an elderly appearance; the necessity of both excelling in personal spiritual growth and positively affecting...
Although this Sidra is entitled “The Life of Sarah,” it really commences with her death and with the sentence, “And the life of Sarah was 100 years and 20 years and 7 years: These were the years of the life of Sarah.” This highly repetitious wording...
Adapted fromLikkutei Sichos, Vol. V, p. 338ff; Vol. XV, p. 145ff What Death Cannot Kill The reading Chayei Sarah (“The life of Sarah”) begins by telling of Sarah’s death, which features in much of the subsequent narrative. This evokes an obvious question:...
The name of this week’s Torah reading is Chayei Sarah, “the life of Sarah.” This raises an obvious question. The Torah reading talks of Sarah’s death and her burial, why should its name be associated with “her life”? With this name, the Torah is teaching...
In the beginning, there was happiness. At the end, there will be greater happiness. Everything in between is a healing, so that happiness can last forever.
A purposeful soul is not content to be, it wants to secure a purpose. Hence being alive is only a preparation for true life. True life begins when we give life to others. Through birth or inspiration we give life which can be given again to others at...
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