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One of the promises regarding the Messianic Redemption concerns the Torah we will then study: "A new Torah will emit from Me." In fact, "The Torah which we study in this world is naught in comparison to the Torah of Moshiach"!
Vaetchanan
Here's an experiment to try the next time you meet someone—it could be an annoying telemarketer over the phone or a neighbor in the local grocery store...
It is through the word – speaking and listening – that we can have an intimate relationship with G‑d as our parent, our partner, our sovereign, the One who loves us and whom we love.
Two modes of interaction with the divine
An analysis of the first two paragraphs of the Shema, and an inspiring and encouraging message for our times. (Likutei Sichos vol. 9)
In the portion of Vaetchanan, we are introduced to the Shema, the second verse of which begins with the command: “And you should love G‑d . . . ” When it comes to loving, you either do or don’t. You cannot be made to love. How then do we fulfill this comm...
In preparation for the giving of the Ten Commandments, G‑d says to the Jewish people: “And now, if you will truly listen to My voice, and you will keep My covenant, then you will be a treasure to Me ... ” The giving of the Ten Commandments is considered t...
What exactly was the first sin? What was the Tree of Knowledge of good and evil? Is this kind of knowledge a bad thing such that it had to be forbidden, and was only acquired through sin? Isn’t knowing the difference between good and evil essential to bei...
Was the medium the real message of the Ten Commandments?
What was the real point of the Ten Commandments—what was said, or how?
Parsha Vayechi
How Reuven, Shimon, Levi and Yehudah represent four different phases we experience as we go through the order of the morning prayers: 1) Reuven—the first paragraph of Shema, 2) Shimon—the second paragraph of Shema, 3) Levi—the blessings after Shema, and 4...
We can’t assume that if trouble is happening, we will hear it. Rather, we must look around and see who isn’t making any noise, and try to figure out why not. Because sometimes it is the one not saying a word who is begging to be heard . . .
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