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It is now more than two years since my arms and lips stopped working . . .
One of the most difficult elements of the Torah and the way of life it prescribes is the phenomenon of animal sacrifices – for obvious reasons.
The Mirror Before the priests entered the Temple, they ceremoniously washed their hands at a special copper laver, symbolically ridding themselves of any trace of negativity before approaching G‑d.Exodus 40: 31. This begs the question: Isn’t this a contra...
Unfortunately, moods can sometimes infringe on our relationship with G‑d, and with our fellows as well. “I am just not in the mood for prayer,” “I am not in the mood for my kids,” “I am in the mood of wasting five hours of my life surfing the Web . . .”
Imagine the ruckus that would ensue if the President of the United States were spotted taking out the White House garbage! Yet something similar occurred daily in the Holy Temple...
While the concept of giving thanks is important among human beings, it is also central in our relationship with G-d.
While other personal offerings will cease when Moshiach comes, the Todah will not. What is unique about the Todah that makes it everlasting?
A continuous fire shall burn upon the altar; it shall not go out. (Leviticus 6:6) In this expressionist rendition of the golden-tinged fire offering, the flames ascend, warming the night sky. The primal reds suggest the blood that flowed and was sprinkled...
And he [Moses] brought near the burnt offering ram…he slaughtered [it], and Moses dashed the blood on the altar, around. And Moses made the entire ram [go up in] smoke on the altar. It was a burnt offering [with] a pleasing fragrance, a fire offering to t...
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