Music To G-D’s Ears: Parshat Naso

What can we learn from the singing of the Levites?

Justice, Justice, You Shall Pursue: Parshat Shoftim

“Justice, justice, you shall pursue” is a very famous phrase. But what does it mean?

Hoshana Rabbah: The Hidden Holiday

The last day of Sukkos is the last chance to secure a good judgement for the upcoming year. Don’t miss the opportunity....

Chanukah At the White House: Parshat Mikeitz

What lesson can we learn from the White House Chanukah party?

Welcome To the Team: Parshat Acharei Mot – Kedoshim

We start working for the Boss from a young age. (Stay tuned until the end for a special guest appearance.)

50-50: Parshat Pinchas

Shouldn’t we set our goals higher than 50%?

Halloween in August? Parshat Ki Tavo

Little did I know that missing my exit would lead to a such an interesting discovery.

Yes, More Mr. Nice Guy: Parshat Vayeitzei

What’s the connection between the “Greek Freak” and this week’s Torah portion?

Weapons of Mass Distraction – Parshat Mishpatim

If the original sound of the giving of the Torah never fades, how come we don't hear it anymore?

Christianity And Islam – Two Legs Of Exile (Jewish Understanding)

There’s something unusual about Parshat Balak. It’s the only parsha in the Torah where the Jewish People, the “stars of the show” seem to only have a “walk-on” part. We see Bilam and Balak close up as they plot to destroy the Jewish People, but Israel is only seen in the background – almost off-camera. Why is this?