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When to Forgo a Religious Stringency

Practical Parshah—Vayeitzei

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When to Forgo a Religious Stringency: Practical Parshah—Vayeitzei

We learn from our father Jacob an important lesson in when and how to forgo a personal religious stringency in the face of a greater obligation.
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Parshah, Vayeitzei

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Nachum Moshe Lemeshko Oak Park, Michigan December 5, 2016

this was it, this shiur had shtikle Ruach Hakadosh for me, a great wake up call, and well needed. Tizkru L'mitzvos Reply

Brenda Kozie-Peak November 18, 2015

Study sheet Where do I find the study sheet ? Reply

Galit Chantrill Australia June 16, 2013

Thank you I really enjoyed this lecture, it taught me something about flexibility. Reply

Gabriela Mercedes, Argentina November 17, 2010

GRATEFUL So grateful to have listened to this wonderful message....i believe that the heart of the Torah was beautifully explained: it's all about love Reply

Rafi Nathan Monsey, NY November 14, 2010

Amazing Shiur Thank you Rabbi, it was really great, please keep it up! Reply

Taylor Wilson Nac, TX November 10, 2010

A message for all Beautifully and wonderfully put, Thank You for this insightful message! Reply

me League City November 10, 2010

Without any flattery Absolutly beautiful!!!! Reply

james cooley kcmo, bbl October 26, 2010

flattery? great insight on Noah/avraham!! Reply

Each week, Rabbi Mendel Kaplan will delve into that week's Torah reading to bring out a practical lesson for life and explain the Biblical sources for the customs, laws, practices and ethics of our people.
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