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Weekly Torah Thought

Brief Messages on the Parshah

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A weekly digest of chassidic thought on the parshah
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9:28
Abraham was old and coming of days. Discover the difference between growing old and having a full life.
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9:34
The seemingly repetitious verse "Isaac was the son of Abraham; Abraham begat Isaac" contains a secret for Jewish survival.
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6:57
The Torah was given to the Jewish people in the Sinai desert. Why did G‑d choose such a desolate place to reveal this most precious gift?
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4:09
Parshah Naso follows the holiday of Shavuot, the giving of the Torah; here is a message to be taken.
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9:56
The Talmud deduces from the narrative of the spies that ten men constitute a congregation, thus the minyan which is used for specific sacred rituals. Why is it derived from the erring spies?
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4:31
We all love the game of tennis and “love” is also a score in the game i.e. zero points. What does all this have to do with Korach?
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8:39
The Torah instructs us to observe mitzvot that transcend our comprehension; what’s the meaning behind these irrational laws?
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7:16
There are two different words the Torah employs when referring to the Tribes of Israel: Shevet and Mateh; why the two expressions?
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5:53
On Shavuot we celebrate the giving of the Torah through expressing our great appreciation of the Torah’s beauty.
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7:55
Commemorating the Rebbe’s Yahrtzeit
As we commemorate the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit, anniversary of passing, we reflect opon his calling to illuminate ourselves and our surroundings with the light of mitzvahs.
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8:41
Parsha Lech-Lecha
The narrative of Abraham’s journey to Israel demonstrates how superficial setbacks in life are really a springboard to success.
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