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Exodus, the Book of

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Exodus, the Book of: The second of the Five Books of Moses, relates the story of the Israelites' slavery in Egypt, their Exodus, the Giving of the Torah, the sin of the Golden Calf, and the construction of the Tabernacle.
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Parshah Curiosities: Shemot
The second book of the Torah, which is called the Book of Names, begins with again listing the names of the twelve tribes. Explore the importance and influence of a name, and other intriguing curios on Jewish names. For example, why don’t we find referenc...
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Ch. 1 verses 1-8: Introduction, portion begins with the names of all the sons of Yaakov. It tells us that there were 70 souls total and that Yosef was in Egypt. That generation died. The next generation was exceedingly fruitful and the land was filled wit...
A Taste of Text—Vayakhel
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A Taste of Text—Ki Tisa
When one partner betrays the other, for reconciliation to occur, each must feel that “we are so connected that you mean more to me than whatever it was that you did.”
Explore the Rambam’s teaching on how the hiding of the Aron was part of the original plans in constructing the Beis HaMikdash. This sheds light on the eternity of the Holy Temple. (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 21 Beshalach, sicha 2)
After succeeding in tasting personal freedom, we often slip back into our fears, traumas and self-limiting beliefs. To move forward, we need to get in touch with our deepest core.
Parshat Bo
As we prepare to take our first steps as a free nation on a journey that would stretch millennia, G-d teaches us the secret of our essence.
A deeper look into the names of Miriam, Moshe and G-d, and how understanding our own names and abilities can help us access our soul powers.
Each of us is here with a unique mission; how do we master it? A perplexing statement of R. Yochanan ben Zakai shortly before his passing, offers direction in how to live every day to the fullest. (Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 16 Mishpatim)
A taste of Shazak Parsha, where the weekly Torah portion comes alive! Geared for kids... Great for adults!
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