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Behaalotecha Videos

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A Taste of Text—Behaalotecha
Lighting up another means helping to ignite his latent abilities by appreciating his unique role and mission in this world.
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Behaalotecha Parshah Report
With the help of the all new Intellicompute parshah-cam, Jono gives us an edgy, fast paced review... er... rejew of this week's Torah portion
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6:01
Extreme humility is sometimes confused with low self-esteem. For Moses, these were as different as day and night.
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Parshat Behaalotcha
How often do we will away time, counting down till vacation and fuming while caught in traffic? Here’s an alternate perspective.
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Five on Five—Behaalotecha
How to light up the life of another.
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2:38
Soul Boost for Parshat Behaalotecha
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Practical Parshah - Behaalotecha
Torah views meat-eating as a luxury, not a right. When is it appropriate -- and inappropriate -- to use animals for food?
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40:00
The Soul’s Essential Elevation via Torah
Declares G-d, "My flame – the Torah – is in your hands, and your flame – the soul – is in Mine. If you guard Mine, I shall guard yours" (Midrash Devarim 4:4). But is not the soul too "G-d's flame"? In addressing this question, this class offers new insight into why the Divine soul, which is naturally drawn and connected to G-d, requires Torah altogether? (Maamar Bahaalotecha 5729)
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Parsha Bahaalotecha
"So it was, whenever the ark set out, Moses would say, 'Arise, O Lord, may Your enemies be scattered and may those who hate You flee from You." What is the difference between "Your enemies" and "those who hate You"? An analysis of Rashi's commentary on Numbers 10:35. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 23, p. 73.)
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Torah Portion of Behaalotecha
Joshua's reaction to a perceived threat to the honor of his beloved teacher, Moses.
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53:35
Study some of the highlights of the weekly Torah portion with insights from various commentaries.
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13:56
Decoding the hidden messages
The parshah of Behaalotecha contains 136 verses and the mnemonic for it is the word Mehalael. Explore the coded message in this Masoretic note and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah.
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Parshah Curiosities: Behaalotecha
An intriguing overview of the biblical account of the Sinai desert journeys led by the Ark of G-d segues into two of the most famous yet least understood verses in the entire Chumash. It was with this formula that Moses prayerfully petitioned G-d for our protection, and tucked into its folds are the profoundest answer to the tragic yet historic pernicious anti-Semitism that has persisted for millennia. The timely and burning question: “Why do they hate us?” is frankly and candidly approached from an entirely new perspective. Discover a Torah-true take, and find out why identifying real haters empowers us to defeat them.
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1:25:52
Parsha Curiosities: Behaalotecha
Discover the secret story of the Mosaic Trumpets signaling Sinai sojourns.
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Haftorah Hyperlinks: Behaalotecha
Learn the profound connections between the weekly parsha and its related Haftorah.
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The Torah calls the Jewish people “a kingdom of priests.” Here is what it means to you…
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40:00
Moses’ exceptional humility: the humblest man on earth.
This class explores three levels of humility: Level one is a ‘considerate humility’. Level two is an ‘essential humility’. Level three and the highest of all is a ‘vulnerable humility’. (Based on Likutei Sichos, vol. 38 Behaalotecha)
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Parshat Behaalotecha
“Aaron did so; he lit the lamps toward the face of the menorah” (Numbers 8:3). We contrast a chassidic and a non-chassidic interpretation of this verse in order to highlight the revolution that chassidic teachings have brought to our understanding of G-d, Torah and our fellow Jew.
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Letters and Numbers of Torah - Behaalotecha
"So it was, whenever the ark set out, Moses would say, Arise, O Lord, may Your enemies be scattered and may those who hate You flee from You. And when it came to rest he would say, Repose O Lord, among the myriads of thousands of Israel." (Numbers 10:35-36) These two verses are surrounded by an inverted letter "nun" at the beginning and end. Nowhere else in the Torah does the inverted nun appear. What is its meaning?
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How to Study Torah - Behaalotecha
Long before the Maccabees, there was the original menorah that was lit in the Holy Temple as part of the daily ritual officiated by the priests. How was the menorah lit? What purpose did it serve?
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Exploring Rashi’s commentary on Aaron feeling left out of the inauguration
Twelve leaders bring sacrifices to inaugurate the Sanctuary in the desert. Aaron feels overlooked. How did G-d not only placate him, but illustrate how uniquely powerful his role was?
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50:19
What exactly was the mannah? What did it taste like? What did it look like? Was it really necessary? And was any of it preserved?
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In response to complaints by those who missed their chance to bring the Passover offering, the Jewish people were given a new holiday: the Second Passover. Therein lies a powerful lesson.
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Although he may not feel it, every journey in a Jew’s life is ordained by his Creator and part of his Godly mission.
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