Weekly Parshah

  • Weekly Parshah

    First Portion: In the purification process for the metzora, there were two birds, one that's left alive and is cast out on the field; the other is killed. The bird that dies, its blood is meant to drip into a pool of clear water in an earthenware

    11 months ago 0
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    First Portion: * Why after a woman gives birth, do we say the impurity process has started? After all, the Torah conveys the impression that birth is a holy moment. We say at a brit "this little one shall be big" in Torah and grow up to be a fine exa

    11 months ago 0
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    First Portion: * THE INAUGURATION!!! Much has been written in the Torah about G-d's Temple, the sacrifices, the utensils, and the individuals who perform the heavenly work.

    12 months ago 0
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    What's that old comedian's name? That Jewish comedian who had a wonderfully brilliant routine of a Jewish mega-CEO who commanded the respect of many within his circles. Many would "yes sir" him and "no sir" him; they would address him "good morning

    1 year ago 0
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    MAIN THEME: The parsha primarily deals with the services and the responsibilities of the Kohanim. It focuses on many of the korbanot-sacrifices brought in the Tabernacle

    1 year ago 0
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    First Portion: * PEKUDEI-meaning account, refers to the account taken of how the donated gold, silver and copper were used in building the MISHKAN "The Medrash is bothered by Moshe's repetitive expression. Why does he repeat the words Mishkan -- Mish

    1 year ago 0
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    MAIN THEME: The parsha describes how the Mishkan-Tabernacle was constructed.

    1 year ago 0
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    CENSUSES- The unification of the people through the common giving of the half-shekel, combines the merits of the people, raising them to a higher level, and offering protection (atonement) to the individual.

    1 year ago 0
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    * G-d places responsibility on man by giving him physical resources in a giant playground called Earth, where he has to elevate himself and the settings around him to spiritual heights.

    1 year ago 0
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    * The Jew of today goes to Synagogue daily; some go weekly; there are those who go less frequent. In essence, we are practicing what the Torah describes 'And I (G-d) will dwell among them' the question is asked why does it say 'them'?

    1 year ago 0
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    The uniqueness of Judaism is that it's not just a ritualistic religion. It incorporates many issues of everyday life into its repertoire. Few examples of this are: civil and Torah laws.

    1 year ago 0
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    First Portion: * Yitro was Moshe's father-in-law as well as a former advisor to Pharaoh. Yitro actually advised favorably for the Jews on the subject of the Israelites' fate. However, his advice was not taken well, and he was forced to flee.

    1 year ago 0