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Aaron was eighty-four years old, a venerable sage and a dedicated leader. He’d been primed for his role as high priest and had rehearsed the sacrificial procedure for seven days. Why the cold feet?
It was precisely because Aaron did not seek power or prestige that he was chosen to a position of leadership. Now try telling that to our wannabee politicians…
As they say in Yiddish, Apetit kumt mit'n essen. (Trust Jews when it comes to food)
The most eloquent Holocaust Memorial I've ever seen? Survivors dancing at their grandchildren's weddings and great-grandchildren's bar mitzvahs
For the haftarah of Parshat Shemini, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
As the Aron proceeded, David danced and leaped before G‑d. His wife Michal, daughter of King Saul, saw what he was doing and was displeased.
In this week’s parshah, Shemini, we read that a Kohen is not permitted to do the Temple service while intoxicated. G‑d said this mitzvah directly to Aaron, instead of the usual, where He would say it to Moses, or to both Moses and Aaron together. Why was ...
Don’t feel guilty. You meant well, and that in itself deserves credit.
It should have been a day of joy. But tragedy struck.
This Parsha describes a moment of glory for the children of Israel. They had been forgiven for their sin (the golden calf) and as a consolation prize G-d commanded them to build a tabernacle, a dwelling place for the Divine. After months of toil the groun...
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