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The Pink Slip

As he looks for a new job, Seth Feldman, a member of our community, shares a lesson he’s learned during this challenging time.  It’s a lesson that spans the Torah from Genesis right up until this week’s Parsha, Ki Tavo.   …

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It’s All a Gift – Parshas Ki Savo

The ritual of bringing of  bikkurim was an elaborate and festive affair that was celebrated by the entire Jewish nation. The Talmud vividly describes how townspeople would gather together and travel in unison toward Jerusalem. Each group of towns, in…

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Charity Begins at Home – Parshas Ki Saitzei

The Torah mentions this week that one should not muzzle an ox (or any other animal) while it is working in the field. The animal salivates when it sees all the crops and, therefore, must be allowed to eat. One…

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The Pink Slip

By: _____________ - 12 September 2014 - 0 Comments

As he looks for a new job, Seth Feldman, a member of our community, shares a lesson he’s learned during this challenging time.  It’s a lesson that spans the Torah from Genesis right up until this week’s Parsha, Ki Tavo.   …

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It’s All a Gift – Parshas Ki Savo

By: Rabbi Moshe Rockove - 10 September 2014 - 0 Comments

The ritual of bringing of  bikkurim was an elaborate and festive affair that was celebrated by the entire Jewish nation. The Talmud vividly describes how townspeople would gather together and travel in unison toward Jerusalem. Each group of towns, in…

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The Key to Victory – Parshas Ki Saitzei

By: Rabbi Shlomo Landau - 05 September 2014 - 0 Comments

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Charity Begins at Home – Parshas Ki Saitzei

By: Rabbi Moshe Rockove - 04 September 2014 - 0 Comments

The Torah mentions this week that one should not muzzle an ox (or any other animal) while it is working in the field. The animal salivates when it sees all the crops and, therefore, must be allowed to eat. One…

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Trust – Parshas Shoftim

By: Rabbi Shlomo Landau - 29 August 2014 - 0 Comments

Join Rabbi Shlomo Landau as he inspires us to trust in G-d wholeheartedly.