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Menachem Feldman

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After describing the order in which the twelve tribes of Israel traveled through the desert, the Torah tells of the census of the tribe of Levi, the tribe tasked with transporting and building the Mishkan, the Tabernacle. Like everything in the Torah, the...
When we think about spiritual experiences, we picture prayer, meditation, or perhaps a solitary walk in nature. Yet that is not how the Torah describes the Jewish people’s experience at the greatest Divine revelation in history, the giving of the Torah at...
It often seems that we struggle to keep a healthy balance between all of our sometimes conflicting aspirations.
According to Rabbi Akiva, “Love your fellow as yourself” Leviticus 19:18. is “a great principal of the Torah,” yet it is a commandment easier said than done. How can we love every person as we love ourselves? People possess the full gamut of negative trai...
Under the tragic circumstance of the exile, we realize that we are guarantors for each other because we are part of one whole.
Under the tragic circumstance of the exile, we realize that we are guarantors for each other because we are part of one whole.
Our relationship with bread is the model for our interaction with all aspects of the world around us.
Our brains prefer the ease and simplicity of clear distinctions. Life, however, is more complicated than that.
When we encounter the number eight in the Torah, the Torah is alerting us that the topic we are discussing is one that transcends the natural expectation.
If we begin the day with a moment of holiness, if we offer even a small portion of our time to G‑d in the morning, then that experience will affect the rest of the day, infusing it with significance and holiness.
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