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Ki Teitzei Videos

The Sign
Video | 6:00
The Sign
Ki Teitzei Parshah Report
When Roy takes a summer vacation, Itche and Jono are left without a set. A mysterious sign is their only company...
What Is the Secret to Winning?
When challenges come your way, you can confront them head-on. Better, however, is to come down upon them from above.
Why People Divorce
What makes a good marriage?
The Priority Is a Good Marriage
Something Spiritual on Parshat Ki-Teitzei
Boundaries Before Pleasure
Growing Weekly: Parshat Ki-Teitzei
Returning a Lost Object
Practical Parshah - Ki Teitzei
The detailed laws of returning a lost object to its rightful owner.
Payment Overdue!
Video | 34:13
Payment Overdue!
Does G-d pay His workers on time?
The Torah commands that a laborer's payment not be withheld even a day. G-d Himself, our Sages tell us, observes the very commandments He obligates us to fulfill. How then does G-d not immediately reward man for his/her service of Him, deferring man's reward to the 'World to Come'?! (Likutei Sichos, Ki Teitzei volume 29)
Commitment to Consolation
Torah Portion of Ki Teitzei
Finding ultimate comfort through our unyielding devotion to the will of G‑d.
Spiritual Maidenhood
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Ki-Teitzei
Several explanations of why the Hebrew word "naara" (young girl) is spelled differently than it is pronounced thirteen out of the fourteen times it appears in a single Torah portion.
Parsha Gems: Ki-Teitzei
Study some of the highlights of the weekly Torah portion with insights from various commentaries.
Parshah Insights: Ki-Teitzei
Torah Interpretations of the Rebbe
Parshah Mnemonics: Ki Teitzei
Decoding the hidden messages
The parshah of Ki-Teitzei contains 110 verses, and the mnemonic for it is the name Eili. Explore the coded message in this Masoretic note and its connection to the general themes of the Parshah.
Containing Conceit
Video | 21:57
Containing Conceit
A Taste of Text—Ki Teitzei
Set up guardrails to carefully control and temper your ego.
Happiness = A Little Less Self
The word selfless is accurately put. We will never entirely obliterate the self. We can continuously make our lives less and less about self. While it may seem counterintuitive, this is also the path to greater happiness.
Torah in Ten: Ki Teitzei
Parents Speaking in One Voice?
Something Spiritual on Parshat Ki-Teitzei
The Ethics of Usury
Video | 17:45
The Ethics of Usury
A closer look into Rashi’s commentary on the prohibition to borrow money with interest as elucidated through examining varying nuances in ancient manuscripts.
The Evolution of Marriage
Demystifying the Jewish Wedding Procedure
How the giving of the Torah forever transformed the nature of marriage and simultaneously the relationship between G-d and His people. (Likutei Sichos vol. 39, Ki Seitzei: Sicha 3)
Sending Away the Mother Bird
Studying Rashi: Parshat Ki-Teitzei
The Torah says that fulfilling the mitzvah of shiluach hakan (sending away the mother bird from the nest) brings long life. Rashi says that if such an "easy" mitzvah brings long life, it may be inferred that every mitzvah brings long life as well.
Easy Mitzvahs
Video | 49:32
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Easy Mitzvahs
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on sending away the mother bird
An amazing insight into personal growth, derived from Rashi’s perspective on what must be the easiest and cheapest mitzvah of all. (we regret the brief audio disruption in the recording)
Free Will vs. Fate
Whether something good or bad has been predestined, how does G‑d choose which person should be the one to bring it about?
The Jewish Wedding
Video | 23:29
The Jewish Wedding
Understanding the Mitzvah of Marriage
A deeper look at some of the unique components of the Jewish wedding ceremony, and insights on the special mitzvah of marriage.
The Law of a Pursuer
The mitzvah of Rodef on five levels
Burying the Dead
Video | 20:44
Burying the Dead
Understanding the mitzvah of burial on five levels
What is the Battle Plan?
Farbreng, Episode 5
What provides us the fortitude and confidence to always overcome the evil inclination (yetzer hara) in our internal battles? (From “Messages”—Season 2, Episode 5)
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