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Tetzaveh

Parshah
The You of Moses

Moses threatens to leave the Torah, gets put back in, gets left out of our Parshah, but is there more than ever. The result: a rehabilitated people and a more profound Torah.
Clothes Do Make the Man: Why Your Mother Was Right

There is a saying that our life is a gift from G‑d, but that what we do with that life is our gift back to G‑d. In order to make that remotely meaningful, we have to understand the exalted essence of a human being.
High Fashion

Why the need to engrave the names twice on the High Priest's garments? And why the change in from one tribe on each of twelve stones to six tribes on two stones?
By the Numbers
15 Facts About Reb Zusha of Anipoli

Learn fascinating facts about Reb Zusha of Annipoli, who was one of the most beloved stars in the constellation of the third generation of Chassidic masters.
Women
Judaism Didn't Fix My Life, I Need to Do It

I thought that when I discovered Torah Judaism 12 years ago, it would fix me.
Your Questions
Can Humanoids Be Jewish?

The concept of man-made men (golems), and the question of their humanness (or lack thereof) has been discussed since Talmudic times.
Why Is G-d Rejecting Me?

It’s like G‑d is saying, “I don’t want your mitzvot; I don’t want your good deeds. Can you get any lower than being rejected by G‑d?
Story
It Wasn’t Even a Sacrifice

"I hereby give you as an absolute gift, for now until eternity, my complete portion in the world to come. If I have any reward waiting for me in paradise, it's yours."
Lifestyle
Art: Fish for Adar

Despite all the wisdom granted to [King] Solomon... he was mystified by the Four Kinds. As it is written (Proverbs 30:18): "Three things are wondrous to me..." - these are the Passover offering, matzah and maror [eaten at the Passover seder]; "...and four I do not know" - these are the Four Kinds [taken on Sukkot].
— Midrash Rabbah, Vayikra 30:14
Print Magazine

True happiness is the highest form of self-sacrifice.
There, in that state, there is no sense of self
—not even awareness that you are happy.

True happiness is somewhere beyond “knowing.”
Beyond self.

All the more so when you bring joy to others.

Likutei Sichot vol. 16, pp. 365–372.