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Rabbi Moishe New

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Rabbi Moshe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today.
The soul of Shabbat
All Fired Up
A new and deeply personal appreciation of Shabbat emerges as we examine: (a) the nature of work forbidden on Shabbat; (b) the connection between Shabbat and the construction of the Sanctuary; (c) why the Torah singles out the prohibition of kindling a fir...
In the aftermath of the golden calf
Show Me Your Glory!
In response to Moses's request, "Reveal to me Your Glory", G-d shows him His 'back', which Rashi explains to mean the "knot of G-d's tefillin". This class will address the inner meaning of this and the message of hope it conveys for all of us. (Likutei Si...
Different megillah reading days for villagers and city dwellers
A Villager in the Palace
When the Jewish people as a whole dwelt in the Land of Israel, the reading of the Megillah (the Scroll of Esther) on Purim was not necessarily read on the same day for all Jews. In fact, depending on where one lived, there could be a disparity of up to fo...
The uniqueness of feminine spirituality
Women First
Before G-d gave the Torah to the Jewish people, He instructed Moses to first speak to the women and then to the men. Moreover, Scripture indicates that the messages were not the same. This class explores its significance, addressing the uniqueness of femi...
Chassidic insights on the 10th and 11th of Shevat
In the Image of G-D, Part 2
A powerful excerpt of the Rebbe’s ‘Yud Shevat’ maamar (a mystical discourse) from the year 1957 (titled Basi LeGani 5717) expounding on the idea of restoring the letter ‘hei’ in G-d’s name and illuminating the depth behind speech and communication. The cl...
A chassidic teaching for the tenth of Shevat
In the Image of G-D
A powerful excerpt of the Rebbe’s classic ‘Yud Shevat’ maamar (a chassidic mystical discourse) of 1957 (titled Basi LeGani 5717) in honor of the upcoming 67th anniversary of the passing of the Sixth Rebbe and, thereafter our Rebbe accepting the mantle of ...
The witnesses for sighting the new moon
Brothers' Testimony
Torah law does not accept the testimony of witnesses who are related to each other. However, with respect to the witnesses required to establish the day a new month begins – via a sighting of the 'new moon' – Rabbi Shimon is of the opinion that the testim...
The History and Destiny of Moses' Donkey
Beast of Burden
An analysis of Rashi’s commentary regarding the donkey that Moses uses to transport his wife and children down to Egypt (Exodus 4.20). The class concludes with a profoundly spiritual and personal message. (Likutei Sichos vol. 31)
Why answer the nations of the world’s criticism of Israel
Positive Conclusions
The Torah concludes the book of Genesis with the death of Joseph and the fact that he was interned - actually placed in the Nile - in Egypt. Yet we are enjoined by Torah to conclude a Torah subject on a positive note?! The answer sheds new light on both t...
Two schools of thought on kindling the menorah
Light-Up or Lights-Down?
The Academy of Hillel says that the optimum manner to light the Chanukah candles is to light one the first night, adding a candle each subsequent night of the holiday. The Academy of Shamai maintain that the desired method is to kindle 8 flames on the fir...
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