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Menachem Feldman

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The goal of the Torah is to unite all people with the one G‑d. The 70 languages, by contrast, are a source of division.
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Not harming others is not a strong enough foundation upon which to build the Land of Israel.
The book of Leviticus, perhaps more than any other book in the Torah, is about man’s service to G‑d. The book is packed with mitzvot and lessons, from how to bring an offering to G‑d, to how to treat one’s fellow neighbor. The word “adam” - “man” - is the...
While the calf immediately evokes the story of the golden calf, finding the meaning of the goat is a bit harder.
Jews have always understood the power of mindful eating.
For the first time in Jewish history, all 12 sons of Jacob are tasked with continuing the legacy of Abraham. Each has a specific quality that will contribute critically to the Jewish story.
Woven throughout the story of Joseph’s life are dreams and their interpretations.
If the book of Numbers describes the Jewish journey through the wilderness, surely it must also contain a message pertinent to the journey each and every Jew traverses. Through the journey of life, we too must overcome the challenges of the wilderness in ...
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