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Parshah (weekly Torah reading)

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Parshah (weekly Torah reading): The weekly Torah portion.

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Creation. Adam and his mission. From Adam to Noah. The flood and it's ramifications. Important Dates.
A person who slaughters is liable. This does not apply only to [ritual] slaughter. Anyone who takes the life of a living beast, an animal, fowl, fish, or crawling animal - whether by slaughtering, stabbing, or beating In all three of these activities, the...
In the late 1920’s my paternal grandfather and namesake, R. Aharon Leib, went to the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, for a berachah, a blessing. The blessing he requested was that his children grow up to be G-d-fearing and...
As a young pupil, the Chassidic master, Reb Yisrael of Ruzhin,  1796-1850. was instructed by his teacher that whenever he saw two dots next to each other he was to pronounce G-d’s name.  Two “dots” or yuds, written Yud-Yud, represent two of...
Rabbi Shalom Dov Ber Schneersohn, the fifth Rebbe of Lubavitch, wrote a letter to his followers in 1901 that pro­nounced the 19th of Kislev as the “New Year of Chassidus.”  The day the Alter Rebbe was released from prison in 1798. See HaYom...
Is Midrash for Real? Part 1 in a series on the truth behind Talmudic tales Q&A
Torah, like any wisdom, has departments. You can’t study literature the same way you study biology, and you can’t critique poetry as you would journalism. So too, you can’t study one department of Torah the same as you study another.
The Guru Jew A spiritual journey from a Himalayan enclave to the Old City of Jerusalem
Off to find the ultimate, Gil was soon on a plane headed to the guru's ashram in central South India. Though he devoted himself with zeal to the Hindu teachings, long years of deep meditation "brought me no joy, just a stronger desire to find the...
The Jewish Heart, “A Sanctuary in Microcosm” A prominent element of the Yom Kippur service is the Avodah, the poetic description of the tasks of the High Priest in the Beis HaMikdash on Yom Kippur. Recounting the serv­ice in the Beis HaMikdash remains...
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