The 42 Journeys of the Psyche Parashat Massei (the parashah of the week) begins with a list of the 42 journeys the Israelites made from
The Daughters of Tzlofchad and the Future “This is the thing that God commanded to the daughters of Tzlofchad, saying, to whomever they see fit,
Q: I understand that God rewards even those people who practice idolatry, magic and such in order to give man freedom of choice. This is
“And they and all that belonged to them descended, alive, into the abyss/she’olah [שְׁאֹלָה].” When Korach was alive on earth, everything was clear to him.
The Spies described the land of Israel as, “a land that devours its inhabitants” (אֶרֶץ אֹכֶלֶת יוֹשְׁבֶיהָ). Countering them, Joshua and Caleb—the only two spies
The Torah portion of Pinchas highlights the place of women. The first woman in the portion is Kozbi bat Tzur, who was killed by Pinchas.
(Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s book, The Rectification of the State of Israel) Once again, Israel is being encouraged to surrender parcels of its holy land
Rabbi Ginsburgh’s student, Nir Mennusi, on the Torah portion of Beha’alotcha.
The last verse in the haftarah (the weekly reading from the Prophets) of parashat Balak reads (Michah 6:8), “It has been told to you, man,
The yahrzeit (day of passing) of the holy Rabbi Chaim ben Atar, also known as the Or Hachaim, is on the 15th of Tammuz. In