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adapted by Chaim Miller Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Could it be that Hagar, who lived in Avraham's home for so many years, turned to idol worship? We must conclude that she did teshuvah afterwards and made her reappearance as Keturah.
He had not yet finished speaking, and—look!—Rivkah, the daughter of Besu'el, the son of Milkah, who was the wife of Avraham's brother Nachor, came out, and her pitcher was on her shoulder. -- Breshis 24:15 Classic Questions What was unique about Eliezer's...
Why did Avraham not allow Yitzchak to leave the land of Cana'an? And if the land of Cana'an was so special, why was he not allowed to marry a girl from there?
G‑d promised Avraham not only that his children would own the Land of Israel on a national level, but that each one of his descendants would privately own a piece of the Land. This can help us understand Avraham's negotiations with the people of Cheis.
Why did Moshe ask that police officers attend the meeting he called with the elders just before his passing? The foresight of a wise leader.
Rashi cites two views concerning where the Torah scroll that Moshe wrote was placed: It was either in the Ark, or on a shelf attached to its side. Neither explanation is found to be imperfect.
"Moshe went, and he spoke the following words to all Israel." Where did Moshe go, and why were all of Israel there? Rashi says nothing to clarify.
Rashi tells us that the Jewish people resolved not to let Moses, "the man who brought us out of Egypt, …split the Reed Sea for us, …brought the manna down for us, [and] gave us the Torah," die. How can we understand this righteous generation opposing G‑d'...
Isn't it obvious that if "I cause death and I bring to life" then "I inure and I heal"? Rashi remains silent on this question, but his comments in an earlier parshah allow us to gain insight into what this verse is really telling us.
G-d's benevolence seems to be lacking. When the Jewish people are undeserving, a thousand Jews will be pursued from a single enemy soldier. Yet when they are blessed to prevail over their enemies, the same ratio does not apply. Only twenty enemy soldiers ...
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