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Rabbi Gordon - Toldot: 6th Portion

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Miriam Oviedo Fl June 11, 2015

When reading Psalms does one read them quietly to oneself or read them out allowed
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Eliezer Zalmanov for Chabad.org June 11, 2015

Re: Only one blessing This specific blessing could only go to one son. After Yaakov had received, Esau could only receive a different, lesser blessing. Reply

Terrenza Texas, USA June 10, 2015

Only one blessing I have always wondered why Yitzak only had one blessing, when he had two sons. Especially when he believed that both sons were righteous. So I have to wonder if he really only had one blessing, or if he chose not to give Esau the blessing he had planned for Yaakov because it was not appropriate for Esau. If so, I have to wonder how he had intended to bless Yaakov. Is there any reference to this idea from the sages? Reply

Miriam Florida December 31, 2013

Thank you so much for your lessons. You are a wonderful teacher I have learned so much Reply

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