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A Taste of Text—Kedoshim
On a simple level, loving another means treating them with the respect with which you would want to be treated. On a deeper level, it is the ability to love another, like a father loves a child, regardless of who and what they are.
To study G-d’s wisdom as it is revealed in the Torah is arguably the most sublime activity a human being can do. And yet the Torah itself is about activities other than Torah study.
Something Spiritual on Parshat Kedoshim
Parshah Curiosities: Kedoshim
This class gives an enhanced understanding of the importance attached to ethical business conduct, spelling out the Torah take on cheating your fellows in commerce in vivid detail. Discover why lying about “weight and measures” is like denying the Exodus ...
Decoding the hidden messages
The parsha of Acharei contains 64 verses and the mnemonic is the words ‘Vanoga’ and ‘Mei-Zahav’. Explore the coded message in the mnemonic and its connection to the general themes of the parshah.
The Rules of Engagement
Discover the tools for positive communication in times of anger or distress when you want to rebuke another. For the key to a successful relationship is to learn how to disagree.
Torah Interpretations of the Rebbe
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Kedoshim
"Do not place a stumbling block before the blind" (Leviticus 19:14) can also mean not to knowingly give bad advice. The Hebrew word for "stumbling block" appears 12 times in the Torah and Prophets and this is the only time it is spelled with a vav. How do...
How to Study Torah - Acharei-Kedoshim
The Torah commands us "to be holy." What does this injunction mean? Many commentaries explain that it refers to not indulging even in permissible pleasures. What is the difference between asceticism and holiness?
Topics include: A homiletic interpretation of the mitzvah to leave the corners of the field unharvested, the beard as a symbol for the flow of Divine blessing, one reason why a person's soul might reincarnate as an animal.
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