Genesis – Bereisheet

Vayishlach: Jacob’s Mission of Mercy

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

Three Missions Vayishlach stems from the verb meaning “to send” (שלח ). There are three parshahs in the Torah whose name stems from the verb “to send” שלח : Vayishlach (וישלח ), our parshah,Beshalach (בשלח ), in

Why does Isaac love Esau?

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“Isaac loved Esau because of the game in his mouth, but Rebecca loves Jacob.” The sages of all generations have tackled the many questions that

Parshat Vayeitzei: Hamakom

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Hamakom Let us continue to focus on the word “in the place” במקום , but this time we will begin with a theological perspective. One of the

Parhsat Vayeitzei: The Place

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In this article, we will take a look at a number of mathematical findings related to the three instances of “in the place” במקום that appear at

Parshat Vayeitzei: Worlds, Souls, and Divin...

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Worlds, Souls, and Divinity The second word of the second verse is “in the place,” במקום . We have already mentioned that this place was where Isaac

Parshat Vayeitzei: The Torah’s Sevent...

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The Firstborn Tribes Parshat Vayeitzei is the seventh parshah in the Torah and all sevenths are endeared. In our parshah we read about the birth of 11 of the 12 sons

Parshat Toldot: Non-Compartmentalization

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And the youths grew up, and Esau became a man who knows hunting, a man of the field and Jacob [became] an earnest man, dwelling

Parshat Toldot: Esau and Jacob – Mast...

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And the youths grew up, and Esau became a man who knows hunting, a man of the field and Jacob [became] an earnest man, dwelling

Parshat Toldot: Why Isaac Loves Esau

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Esau and Jacob: The Embodiments of Isaac According to Rashi, the word “offspring” in the first verse of our parshah refers to Jacob and Esau, Isaac’s children. Building

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