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Dedication of the Tabernacle

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Parshah Vayelech, Shabbat Shuvah and Yom Kippur – the meaning of teshuvah, tefillah and tzedakah, and the service of the High Priest in the golden and white clothing and how it re-enacts itself in the Jews entry into our quintessential space and soul on...
Dear Rabbi, Where in the Bible does it talk about there being special days set aside for repentance? Answer: The ten days at the beginning of the Jewish month of Tishrei—from the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, to the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur—are...
Out of His great love for His people, G-d seeks to be merciful and would prefer that man repent rather than perish so that He might grant him good in the end. He therefore awaits and anticipates the repentance of those who transgress. In His abundant...
Unlike the common misconception that a bar or bat mitzvah signifies an end, or the graduation upon the successful completion of a bar or bat mitzvah lesson regimen, in truth it symbolizes a new beginning...
Question: Why is it that during the Ten Days of Repentance from Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur the text at the end of the Amidah and Kaddish is changed from "Oseh shalom" to "Oseh hashalom"? Response: According to the Rabbi Yitzchak Luria (the Ari Zal), Pri...
Following the procedure G-d prescribed (Numbers 8:5-22), Moses inducted the Levites into Tabernacle service. The induction ceremony included sprinkling them with the ashes of the Red Heifer which was prepared the day beforehand. Link: The Levites
The three lessons we learn from the three kinds of donations brought by the Jewish people for the building of the Tabernacle, in the desert.
Questions and answers on events in the Parshah, complete with the source verses, so you can see the question inside the text. For Shabbat table discussion.
There are two ways to deal with our inner demons and dysfunctions. The first, and most natural, would be to fight back. The second approach works by first generating a passion: a passion for G-d and for spiritual development.
Moses brought the Torah down to earth, but Aaron brought G‑d down to earth. Why was only Aaron's invitation for G‑d to dwell on earth accepted?
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