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Parshat Matot 5776
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We’re in the Three Weeks of Mourning the Destruction of the Beit HaMikdash. Whatever that entails, there is another very significant aspect – namely, the absolute belief that our current condition is temporary and that there are great things still to come. This week’s show also takes a look at the topic of VOWS with […]
Moses’ Disappointment
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Hidden beneath the surface of parshat Pinchas the sages uncovered a story of great poignancy. Moses, having seen his sister and brother die, knew that his own time on earth was coming to a close. He prayed to God to appoint a successor: “May the Lord, God of the spirits of all mankind, appoint a […]
Pinchas: Avoiding a Hateful Heart
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Love is an emotion. It is a feeling, often a very passionate one, that we have toward another person, creature, or object. Our Torah speaks of the love we are to have for each other, for the stranger in our midst, and for the Almighty. Scripture alludes to the love a man and woman have […]
Dos Elementos del Pecado
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“Pero si la reprobó su padre en el día que la oyó…, todas las promesas y las prohibiciones que ella se hizo a sí misma no tendran validez!…; y Di-s la Ha de perdonar…, pues la desaprobó su padre a ella.”—Bamidbar 30:6 Si bien un neder es un juramento vinculante, existen métodos como anularlo.  Por […]
Word
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The winds of war were blowing; the Israelites were to prepare to fulfill the word of God and take vengeance against the Midianites. The Moav/Midian incursion had left 24,000 Jews dead, and the time had come to settle the score. Moreover, the plan of attack employed by the Moavites and Midianites had introduced idolatrous practices […]