Parsha

Names behind the redemption

Jan 05, 2018Comments off

One of the interesting things about Parashat Shemot, which literally means, “Names,” is that aside from the initial listing of all the names of Jacob

From Rebuke to Blessing

Dec 29, 2017Comments off

The highest level of blessing is sometimes concealed within stern rebuke In Parashat Vayechi, Jacob gathers his sons together to bless them before his death.

Shemot – Living with the Torah’s We...

Jan 04, 2018Comments off

Shemot: Sunday: In the Merit of Women “And these are the names (Shmot) of the sons of Israel coming to Egypt”. Jacob and his sons

Living with the Torah’s Weekly Portio...

Dec 29, 2017Comments off

Vayechi: Sunday: Good Eye “And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt for seventeen years and the days of Jacob, the years of his life

The Secret of Tears

Dec 22, 2017Comments off

There are various types of weeping; the most profound occurs when a mystery is revealed The story of Joseph and his brothers reaches its climax

Praying for Compassion

Dec 01, 2017Comments off

The Talmud states that there are three things that require compassion. The first is a good king, the second is a good year, meaning a

“First Comes Darkness, then LightR...

Dec 01, 2017Comments off

The first king mentioned in the Torah is Nimrod, who is a negative example of monarchy. He is not at all the type of king

Parashat Vayishlach – Dinah’s Assau...

Nov 30, 2017Comments off

Even the gravest incident can bring a change for the better, and even the most painful trauma can be healed “Dinah, Leah’s daughter who she

Living Time – Chayei Sarah

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

Join our daily WhatsApp – send a message to +972-507951105 through WhatsApp Sunday: Attune Your Tone and Make Beautiful Music “And the life of Sarah

Right and Left – Parashat Vayera

Nov 03, 2017Comments off

Abraham constantly advanced from intellect to faith until the surprising climax at the Binding of Isaac Parashat Vayera is the second Torah portion that deals