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G-d certainly knew of the travel magazines’ “100 best locations to vacation,” of the beautiful beaches of Maui and the majestic Alps. Why, then, was the Torah given in a hot desert in middle of the summer?
Bamidbar Parshah Report
Itche and Jono ride through the desert on goats. Why? Watch the video and find out . . .
Yesterday I was at a carnival. As I got on each roller coaster, I felt more alive than I had been in a while. My heart ached with joy. Life made sense. Everything fit.
It is an axiom of Jewish faith that G-d does not perform a miracle in vain. So why this 40-year transformation of the natural order, when G-d could have simply led our ancestors directly into the Promised Land?
Why did G-d marry the Jews in the desert? Could He not come up with any better place?
The desert is desolate, bare; where survival is chancy and death is a given.
It is not enough for G‑d to give us the Torah; we have to receive it.
In the desert there are no office buildings or factories. So if you lived in the desert, chances are you wouldn't have a job. There'd be no boss bossing you, and no underlings under you
An Essay on Parshat Eikev
Moses’ words are like a father’s parting words to his maturing children, when he explains to them that from now on they are going to live in a different world, by no means a worse world but a world that is certainly different.
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