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This is a call to every Jewish person to have an effect on his or her fellow Jew.
The portion of Shelach tells us the story of the spies. They returned from their tour of Canaan and reported, "That the nation that is settled in the land is strong..." Numbers, 13:28. For this reason, they claimed that the Jewish people shouldn’t enter t...
If action is the main thing, "Why do you raise yourselves above the congregation of G‑d?"
In parshat Vayakhel, we read how everyone gave donations for the construction of the Mishkan and its vessels, garments, etc.
Parshat Pekudei gives an account of all the donations to the construction of the Mishkan and how they were used.
There were two altars in the Mishkan. Parshat Terumah teaches us about the copper altar, Exodus 27:1-8. upon which animal sacrifices and meal offerings were brought, and Tetzaveh tells us about the golden altar, Exodus 30:1-10. upon which incense was offe...
G-d commanded Moses to accept the donations that the Jewish people would bring for the construction of the Mishkan, or Tabernacle.
Unable to speak or type due to having ALS, Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz uses his eyes to communicate and write heartfelt Torah thoughts. Watch him share with us his powerful message of finding purpose even in the most difficult circumstances.
Parshat Mishpatim begins, "And these are the laws that ‘tasim’ [you shall set] ‘lifnayhem’ [before them]." Exodus 21:1. On the word lifnayhem, there are several different explanations. One of the explanations of the Talmud Talmud, Gittin 88b. is brought b...
In our relationships, it is not enough to follow the letter of the law, doing just what is expected. You need to have a heart and be a mentch. You need to love your spouse in every way.
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