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TTA: Parshat Vayishlach 5778
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One of the best sedras to understand and learn MAASEI AVOT… The deeds of our fathers (and mothers) are indicators for (or of) their children Let’s face it: Eisav and all the Eisav-types in the world HATE the Jewish people. Not everyone, but…
Parshas Vayeira
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כי ידעתיו    יח:יט           The Ramban explains this expression to be referring to the personal care and concern of hashgachas Hashem for those who are great tzaddikim. Generally speaking, explains the Ramban, Hashem’s hashgacha in the lower realm of this world pertains only to the major categories of life in the world (in other words, preservation […]
The Struggle of Faith
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There are Mozarts and there are Beethovens. Which are you? I have only the most amateur knowledge of music, but the impression one gets about Mozart is that, from him, music flowed. There is something effortless and effervescent about his compositions. They are not “sicklied o’er by the pale cast of thought.” He wrote at […]
Fighting Angels and Chasing Demons
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As he made his way back home to the land in which he was born, the land which was promised to his children, there must have been many thoughts swirling around Yaakov’s mind. The threats which had caused him to flee had not changed; only Yaakov had changed. Years earlier, Yaakov had run away, to […]
An Accomplice to Evil
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“The sons of Yaakov came upon the corpses of the city that had defiled their sister.” Bereishis 34:27 Shechem, the son of Chamor, set his sights on Dina. He carefully laid a trap to entice her out of her tent, and then kidnapped and defiled her. When Yaakov and his sons heard what had been […]