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Korach
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Contents: Yesod Ha’Emunah is Maamad Har Sinai How was it Possible for Korach Va’adaso to Become Kofrim What Led the Nesiim to Join Korach The Root of the Aveirah of Korach Va’adaso Why Didn’t Moshe Daven for Korach Va’adaso 1 – Yesod Ha’Emunah is Maamad Har Sinai The Rambam says in the eighth perek of […]
A Lesson in Conflict Resolution
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The Korach rebellion was the single most dangerous challenge to Moses’ leadership during the forty years that he led the people through the wilderness. The precise outline of events is difficult to follow, probably because the events themselves were tumultuous and disorderly. The narrative makes it clear, however, that the rebels came from different groups, […]
Better They Learn from Me…
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Conflict resolution is one of the most important tasks in human relations at every level. Open up any newspaper, and you will read of schoolchildren bullying each other, of married couples who are in bitter conflict, of political parties enmeshed in verbal warfare, and of nations literally at war. What are some of the strategies […]
Questions Have Answers — Answers Don’t Have Answers (Las Preguntas Tienen Respuestas – Las Respuestas No Tienen Respuestas)
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“Korach the son Yizhar, son of Kahas, son of Levi, separated himself with Dathan and Aviram, the sons of Eliav, and On of Peleth, the offspring of Reuvain.” — Bamidbar 16:1 Korach’s rebellion The parshah opens up with Korach gathering together 250 men of stature and mounting a rebellion against Moshe and HASHEM. Rashi explains […]
Countering the Cunningness
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Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com. Summary by Channie Koplowitz Stein             Our parsha begins by listing the main protagonists in a rebellion against the leadership of Moshe Rabbenu. First is the name of the instigator, Korach ben Yitzhar. His name is followed by the names of three other leaders of the rebellion, Dathan and Avirom, […]