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The Rage Monster – Parshas Vaeira

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 12 January 2018 - Comments Off on The Rage Monster – Parshas Vaeira

Frogs here, frogs there, frogs were jumping everywhere. Click here for audio

Sports Fan Vs. Sports Fanatic -Parshas Shemos

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 05 January 2018 - Comments Off on Sports Fan Vs. Sports Fanatic -Parshas Shemos

Sporting the disguise of sports, the Yetzer Hora makes attempts to keep us in his grasp.  Rabbi Dovid Gross fascinates us as he finds this important life lesson in this week’s portion, Parshas Shemos. Click Here to Listen

Why Me – Parshas Shemos

By: Rabbi Shlomo Landau - 05 January 2018 - Comments Off on Why Me – Parshas Shemos

My maternal grandmother, of blessed memory, was an Auschwitz survivor. She lost just about everything and everyone in her family, yet she managed to rebuild and live an incredible, successful and impactful life. She was one of those unforgettable people…

Advice From a Cow – Parshas Ki Sisa, Parshas Para

By: Rabbi Mayer Erps - 16 March 2017 - Comments Off on Advice From a Cow – Parshas Ki Sisa, Parshas Para

On Purim, my daughters dressed up as cowgirls. My baby was dressed up as a cow. Their mishloach manos, the gifts of food that they shared with their friends, were cow-themed. Just when I thought that I was finished with…

Long Term Dividends – Parshas Terumah

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 02 March 2017 - Comments Off on Long Term Dividends – Parshas Terumah

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Breaking Free – Parshas Mishpatim

By: Rabbi Dovid Gross - 24 February 2017 - Comments Off on Breaking Free – Parshas Mishpatim

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Small Gestures, Major Results – Parshas Mishpatim

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 22 February 2017 - Comments Off on Small Gestures, Major Results – Parshas Mishpatim

How much is a small gesture worth? Consider the following. Children are on the school bus on the way home from a grueling day at school. The bus driver barks at the children. The children’s already edgy mood is exacerbated….

No Words – Parshas Yisro

By: Rabbi Serebrowski - 16 February 2017 - Comments Off on 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…