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 […]
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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 […]
Language is a poor enough form of communication that our words must be infused with genuine feeling to be truly understood and to lead to a life of love, joy and fulfillment. It rescues us from a life of being sick and tired of being sick and tired.
In this parsha we learn mitzvot about the Land of Israel, a land with “strings attached.” The idea of the mitzvot of Eretz Yisrael is there to remind us that Hashem is in charge, not us.
We’ve finally started traveling in the desert. . . and the people immediately complain? Did they suddenly forget that they had just been so close with God? And how can we understand, and relate, to this seemingly ungrateful, chutzpadik nation? Check out more Torah videos at www.alephbeta.org/
This week, we ask an incredibly broad question: What is the purpose of the nation of Israel in this world? To answer this, Rabbi Fohrman points out a fascinating connection between the three blessings Balaam (accidentally) gives the nation of Israel and the three blessings God gives to Abraham in Genesis. These links, Rabbi Fohrman […]
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