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Revelation and Rulership
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Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com. Summary by Channie Koplowitz Stein             “Hashem Mulch, Hashem Moloch, Hashem Yimloch leolam voed – Hashem is the Sovereign, Hashem was the Sovereign, Hashem will be Sovereign forever and ever.” Our Sages combined this sentence for our liturgy from verses appearing in different parts of Tanach. The three together comprise […]
Beshalach – The Mahn and Its Incredile Significance
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שם שם לו חק ומשפט  טו:כה Rashi brings the well known Chazal that this pasuk is reffering to the few mitzvos that Klal Yisrael was given already in Marah: Shabbos, Parah Adumah, and Dinin.  The parsha that immediately follows this is parshas ha’mahn.  After Klal Yisrael left Marah, moved on to Eilim, and then travelled […]
Renewable Energy
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The first translation of the Torah into another language – Greek – took place in around the second century BCE, in Egypt during the reign of Ptolemy II. It is known as the Septuagint, in Hebrew Hashiv’im, because it was done by a team of seventy scholars. The Talmud however says that at various points the […]
The Greatest Book of All Time
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With great power comes great responsibility. How do you name the greatest book of all time? Binyamin Kaminetsky (Central East NCSY and Kollel) teaches us the meaning behind the name of 5 books of the Torah from this week’s parsha, Parshat Beshalach, and how it can inspire us to live with passion.