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The kohanim remove their shoes and extend their hands, fingers parted and palms stretched outwards; the congregation hide their faces under their prayer shawls. What is the deeper significance of this celestial ritual?
Sin is foolish. We all know it. No one ever feels good after a sin, and no one feels bad after doing a mitzvah. But we sin anyway. Then we feel guilty, then we sin again . . .
Can 20th century people understand the concept of 'prophecy'? As described in the last verse of this week's Torah reading, it seems like a kind of spiritual technology...
If I set two plates before you, one filed with cookies, the other with a million dollars, which one would you choose?
On Shavuot, we received the Ten Commandments—the marriage between G‑d and His people. Like the “jealous husband,” He warned us: “Don’t have other gods before Me.”
Why are the laws of the nazirite recorded here?
What is confession? When must it be done?
In commenting on one of the blessings in the Priestly Benediction, the Talmud reveals an important aspect of the Jew's attitude to Judaism.
If the leaders of the 12 tribes of Israel each brought the same gift in honor of the Tabernacle’s inauguration, why does the Torah repeat the 35-item list twelve times, making Naso the longest Parshah in the Torah? There is a lesson here, says the Lubavit...
Why is it written twice that Nesanel “brought his offering” in verses 18 and 19?
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