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Korach: First cousin of Moses and Aaron. Led a revolt against Moses and Aaron, claiming that the priesthood should not belong exclusively to Aaron and his descendants. He and his followers were swallowed up by the ground.
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Korach was greedy, jealous, underhanded, a megalomaniac and a rabble-rouser intent on world domination. Wow, talk about a victim of bad press! How about Korach the seeker of spiritual enlightenment?
The story of Korach and On ben Pelet emphasizes the woman's power to persuade. It also expresses another aspect of womanhood: her ability to see through false appearances and discover the path which is true and good
Korach's conflict with Moses is itself a maze of conflicting elements: lofty spiritual strivings and base ambitions, elitist delusions and a struggle for a classless society. Korach himself is alternately described as the epitomic quarreler and peace acti...
In the portion of Korach, we read how Korach rebelled against Moses and eventually died, swallowed alive by the earth. By all accounts, Korach was a religious man and a Torah scholar. What moved him to rebel against Moses, who was installed by G‑d as the ...
Adam had been enjoying the splashing but was starting to feel that he was wasting his time in the shallow end with boys who didn't even know how to swim.
Have fun listening and singing along with these original songs as you learn about the Parshah of the week.
What's wrong with Korach? He had a valid platform, after all. And he was adhering to his own standards of morality
"I, too, desire it!" Is Moses playing devil's advocate? Or is he baring a soul driven by a striving so exalted and G-dly that it is beyond the reach even of a Moses, a soul that finds its deepest yearnings frustrated by a divine command barring its path, ...
Korach the son of Yitzhar, the son of Kehat, the son of Levi took [himself to one side] along with Dathan and Aviram the sons of Eliav, and On the son of Peleth, descendants of Reuben. They assembled against Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “You take to...
The final paragraph of the Mishnah states: “Great is peace, for G‑d found no other vessel for [His] blessings other than peace.” Meaning that G‑d only sends His blessings to a family, community, country, etc., if it is in a state of peace.
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