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Kedoshim

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Topics include: A homiletic interpretation of the mitzvah to leave the corners of the field unharvested, the beard as a symbol for the flow of Divine blessing, one reason why a person's soul might reincarnate as an animal.
Practical Parshah—Kedoshim
A detailed explanation of how the commandment “Do not destroy the corners of your beard” (Lev. 19:27) is understood in various communities.
Kedoshim Parshah Report
Gefilte fish, master of relaxation and the art of meditation, teaches us how to be Holy, breath deeply, and scream at our friends... Hey, are we missing something?
Lyrics: If you do someone a favor Or cheer them when they are sad When you dance and sing at a wedding And make a choson and kallah glad If someone you know is suffering Help him all that you can You would not speak lashon hara If you loved your fellow ma...
Lyrics: Chorus: "Kedoshim tihiyu ki kadosh ani" Hashem said, "I am holy, so you must be." To become holy, to Hashem be close Follow the Torah, do the Mitzvos Moshe taught the Bnei Yisroel to keep The dinim of the land and what to reap When a farmer harves...
An overview of the weekly Parshah, through the eyes of the many commentators, enriching your understanding of how our great history unfolded.
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