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We Are Family – Parshat Bamidbar

The Jewish People are like one soul in many bodies.

“It’s Not What You Say…” – Parshat Ki Teitzei

Apparently, the Chafetz Chaim zt"l, was not a brilliant orator, however he was extremely compelling to listen to. What gave him this power?

Inventing Religion – Parshat Behar

In life, it's not what you say, it's who you are.

Mystical Worlds – Ki Tissa

Why is the word for a 'thing' in Hebrew - 'davar' - from the same root as the word for 'speech' - 'dibbur? As solid as 'things' seem, they are no more than God 'speaking' them - keeping them in existence by His word.

Boycott Israel? – Parshat Vayechi

The BDS lobby is a powerful force in world politics. Where does its power come from?

Rabbi Uri Zohar – Parshat Behalotecha

It’s difficult for someone who’s not Israeli to understand the impact of Rabbi Uri Zohar. Uri Zohar was the leading actor of his generation, the leading film producer and the leading stage producer all rolled up into one person. In 1977 he made a life change and became a Torah scholar and a highly influential Rabbi. He passed away at the beginning of June 2022

Allegiance to the Monarch – Parshat Vayelech

Last year was the Shmitta (Sabbatical) year. When the Beit HaMikdash (Holy Temple) stood, at the end of the Shmitta year during the festival of Sukkot, the king would read from the Torah to the entire nation. This mitzva symbolized his kingship. Is it mere coincidence that the year of the coronation of King Charles III coincides with this mitzva?

The Promise of the Land – Parshat Bechukotai

As long as Yisrael does not dwell on its Land, the Land does not give her fruits as she is accustomed. When she will begin to flower again, however, and give of her fruits, this is a clear sign that the end — the time of the Redemption — is approaching when all of Yisrael will return to its Land. The Maharsha

The Blue Beyond – Parshat Shelach

The 'tzitzit' - the fringes that a Jew wears on a four-cornered garment give us a glimpse of infinity.

Music To G-D’s Ears: Parshat Naso

What can we learn from the singing of the Levites?