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No Words – Parshas Yisro

The following story, related by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger of Kehillas Aish Kodesh, which takes place in the Ukraine in the early nineteenth century, is among my all-time favorites. The imagery is powerful; the message, thought-provoking. Rabbi Yitzchak Kalish, the Rebbe…

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Judaism’s One-Two Punch – Parshas Bo

Practice takes precedence over philosophy.  This week’s Torah portion mentions the mitzvah of Tefillin twice.  In under five minutes, Rabbi Dovid Gross, puts down the Torah’s deep message to the Jewish people from these verses.

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Hurry Up, Slow Poke – Parshas Bo

A friend of mine was once stopped on the street by someone who asked him the following question: “Why are Jews always in a rush?” My friend was taken aback by the query, for he was just walking calmly down…

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Parshas Vayishlach – Filthy Rich

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 16 December 2016 - Comments Off on Parshas Vayishlach – Filthy Rich

Ever wonder what’s filthy about being rich?  Find out as Rabbi Dovid Gross expounds on this week’s Torah portion.

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The Sun Will Shine Again – Parshas Vayishlach

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 16 December 2016 - Comments Off on The Sun Will Shine Again – Parshas Vayishlach

Food plays a major role in Judaism. Whether it is the foods that we are required to eat (e.g.,  matzah and marror on Passover), or foods that are customary to eat (e.g., latkes on Chanukah, cholent on Shabbos), in Judaism…

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A Eulogy for a Woman of Valor

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 09 December 2016 - Comments Off on A Eulogy for a Woman of Valor

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The Ladder of Life – Parshas Vayeitzei

By: Rabbi Mayer Erps - 07 December 2016 - Comments Off on The Ladder of Life – Parshas Vayeitzei

Dreams are interesting. At times they are consistent with reality. Often they are total fantasy. Then there are dreams of aspiration and hope. In the beginning of this week’s Torah portion, Vayeitzei, the Torah records the dream of our forefather…

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Thanksgiving Leftovers – Parshas Chayei Sara

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 25 November 2016 - Comments Off on Thanksgiving Leftovers – Parshas Chayei Sara

A real lesson in thanksgiving. Short, but highly inspirational, this is one audio you won’t want to miss.

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