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Parshat Lech Lecha – Leave Your Comfort Zone
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Challenge accepted! This week, DL Lavin, Canada, Central East, New York NCSY and TJJ, takes us through some major figures of Jewish history from Avraham Avinu and Queen Esther to Jerry Seinfeld and the Shabbos Project, to teach us an important lesson; it may be a big step, but it will go a long way!
Parshat Vayelech – Break the Habit
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It’s not a habit, it’s a lifestyle! Ayelet Prero, (Midwest NCSY & Michlelet), looks at a mizvah in this week’s parsha, and how it applies to the Yamim Noraim, to teach us about renewing our commitment to the mitzvot, getting a new outlook on our relationship with Hashem, and living up to our unique potential.
Parshat Nitzavim – Tail of a Lion
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Does being part of a community remove your individuality? Rabbi Yehoshua Marchuck, alumnus of Long Island NCSY and current director of NCSY Alumni Connections, shares an idea relating to Rosh Hashana and Parshat Nitzavim that each Jew remains a growing individual even when they are a piece of the Jewish people.
Shepherds of Parshat Ki Teitzei
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Hart Levine, who helps foster grassroots Jewish experiences on campuses through The Heart 2 Heart Project, explains an interpretation of Ki Teitzei that talks about reconnecting to wayward members of your flock, not of livestock, but of your Jewish community.
Parshat Eikev – More Than Just Manna
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Why can’t we complain if it was designed to be a challenge? This week, Rabbi David Katz, director of MMY, takes a deeper look at the manna to teach us an important lesson about appreciating Hashem and what we have, and how to find blessing even during challenges.