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The promise for long life only comes from two commandments: honoring your parents and sending away a mother bird before taking her young. What’s the common denominator here? In this week’s Torah portion, Rabbi Fohrman brings new light to this strange commandment and explains why its reward is long life. Check out more Torah […]
In this week’s parsha (Exodus 21:1-24:18) we are in the midst of two of the most well known and epic stories in the entire Tanach: Revelation at Sinai and the Sin of the Golden Calf. The Israelites experience their highest high and their lowest low, all within the same few verses. However, smack in the […]
Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Beshalach. In this video Meir Elkabas discusses how the Jews left Egypt and witnessed miracles like the splitting of the Red Sea, yet still they complained. What message does this have for us, today?
Moshe Rebbeinu did the right thing yet struggled again and again. He needed to harness the powers of his emunah, faith, in order to accept and move forward. In our own lives, we too have to have emunah as we face the hard. Hear this great message from Meir Elkabas:
(AlephBeta) After Joseph was sold into slavery, why didn’t he ever get in touch with his father? In this video, Rabbi Fohrman will help us attempt to look at the story through Joseph’s eyes, and explore the possibility that Joseph assumed his father was in on the plot. This new perspective helps us understand Joseph, […]
(Breslov Research Institute) In this fascinating parsha we learn about Yosef interpreting Pharaoh’s dreams. Why did Pharaoh believe Yosef’s interpretation? Reb Meir tells us that the real power of a Tzaddik, like Yosef, is that they come up with advice and a solution right away. Also, that a Tzaddik has compassion and wants to help, […]
A short, but very important message… Don’t miss!
Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Vayeitzei. Yaacov instituted the evening prayer service because even in the darkness, whether material or spiritual, one must pray. (Breslov Research Institute)
Jacob – the final of the three forefathers, has some of the most complicated and unbelievably beautiful narratives in Biblical literature. Strangely, when we delve into the stories of Jacob, the theme that emerges seems to be…deception? As the text seems to point out, Jacob deceives his family members, and is in turn deceived by […]
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