The Red Cow which was completely burnes symbolizes the eradication of one's past.
It is difficult to begin to do teshuvah as if the geula is imminent when we do not really think that it will happen.
In this video, Rabbi Fohrman focuses on a bizarre question that Moshe asks God, "Why God, should you be angry at your people?" and reminds us that God and the nation of Israel are attached by destiny
Klal Yisrael was living in the desert. They neither worked for a living nor had any use for money. All their needs were taken care of.
Directing us in the right direction like a compass, teachings on the Parshat Ki Tisa from Rabbi Weinberg
Paradoxically, the sin of the calf ended up strengthening Moshe and the Jewish people with a new consciousness.
The whole purpose of any holiday is for one to separate from the vanities of the world and [cling] to Hashem and His Torah.
Granted, these might be additional reasons to celebrate, but isn’t life a much greater reason?
Whether it's cabbage or Kohenic clothing,the recipe of colors Scarlet, Purple, and Turquoise render impressive results.
Man is attracted to the short cut that the supernatural road provides; there is a place for the supernatural in God’s world. It is tucked away under lock and key not for us to use.
We must aim our tefillos like an intercontinental Ballistic Missile and send it straight to the Kodesh Hakedashim.
Rabbi Aba Wagensberg on Parshas Terumah-Have a wonderful Shabbos!
There was a subtlety in which Shlomo was lacking.
The instruction to place the Testimony in the ark seems repetitive,
It must be difficult. You have that precious gem, that beautiful gold. I feel badly even asking.
Ideas we feel compelled to share, insights we're desperate to impart, powerful experiences we reveal are all contagious, Torah conversations that are contagious build a Home for the Divine Presence.
In fact, loudness and brightness are not intrinsically Godly at all. On the contrary, the truer place to find God is in the still-small voices all around us.
The importance of working hard in advance to prevent problems can be seen in this week's parsha.
Dvar Torah for Parshas Shekalim by well known author, teacher and lecturer, Rabbi Aba Wagensberg.
Those born in Adar are charitable, great listeners and good companions.
At a certain point, he returned home, and his uncle noticed that his appearance had changed.
Towards the end of this week’s parsha, God speaks about a malach that he will send in front of the Jewish people but it is not clear what He is referring to. We will consider one understanding
In this video, Rabbi Fohrman shows us that the Torah argues that to create a better society, we must be proactive about addressing social and economic inequality.
Shabbat is in time what the Beit HaMikdash is in space.
Hashem custom-designed this world and our current existence specifically so that we can grow.