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Rivka Korf

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It seems that Rashi's second comment is twice as long, yet half as clear.
It’s customary to read the Book of Ruth on the holiday of Shavuot, a holiday which commemorates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. It is not an obvious selection. In fact, it’s not initially obvious why it was canonized in the Bible in the first plac...
Take a few minutes to consider significant events in your life as part of your soul destiny, not as a punishment, karma or a mistake you made.
After the vaccine, I was again afraid and anxious, this time about going out.
An Essay on Parshat Bechukotai
It is only natural for a person to automatically justify the practices to which he has grown accustomed.
How can we change outward actions into penetrating, moving actions that transform our attitude?
An Essay on Parshat Behar
The message is that “All is from You, and from Your hand have we given to You.”
An Essay on Parshat Kedoshim
It is not for naught that the parshah is called Parshat Kedoshim. Holiness is undoubtedly a central motif in the parshah, throughout which expressions connected with holiness repeatedly recur. This holiness, however, has a surprising aspect. In books that...
An Essay on Parshat Acharei Mot
The cause of the sin was overfamiliarity with G‑d and His service.
An Essay on Parshat Metzora
It can be said that the creation of tumah resembles the production of a magnetic field.
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