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Torah Cafe: The Parsha Experiment – Eikev: Appreciating Our Creators

Is it possible God afflicted the nation of Israel through the past 40 years of the desert, withholding food and water from them...on purpose? How can we have a relationship with a God like that?

Dancing with Life

How could I possibly handle all these different emotions on top of the complexities of life? Easy,,,by dancing.

The Lord Is My Shepherd – This Comforts Me

Throughout the perek, the navi describes the greatness of Hashem Yisbarach and His tender loving care and concern for His people, Klal Yisrael.

Preprogrammed For Greatness (Shabbos Nachamu)

When a man mounts a horse, the man may weigh 150 pounds, the horse more than 2,000. Yet the man commands the horse to ride, gallop, turn, and stop.

Can A Man Be Motzi A Woman?

The halacha is that even if a person has already fulfilled a mitzvah he can still be motzi another who has not yet fulfilled it.

The Parsha Experiement – Va’etchanan: Building an Intimate Relationship with God

In this week's parsha, Moses speaks, a lot - but it all seems so boring, and disconnected. The Torah is a book - and...

The Journey From The Refuge

Why, did Moses break out in song when he set aside Cities of Refuge for killers? It is curious this stimulated song, when the Shema, the retelling of Revelation and the 10 Statements did not?

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Ve’etchanan: Why These Ten?

Understanding why these Ten Statements were chosen-as opposed to others omitted-could well lead us to a greater grasp of the essence of this venerable text.

Are We The Muse?

Dare I say that, the fact that we keep the Temple alive 2000 years after its destruction, continue to connect to God even after the Holocaust, and we pray even on this horrible day, INSPIRES God?

Are We Teaching Yiras Shamayim?

If one approaches the issue with an open mind, the truth is incontrovertible. The world screams out that it was created.

The Parsha Experiment – Devarim: Finding Inspiration From Our Past

The message of Moses' speech before the Children of Israel entered the Promised land are still applicable and inspiring to us, today. Join us as we tackle the mystery of Moses' speech.

Minhagim Of Shabbos Tisha B’Av

If a person will not be fasting on Sunday for whatever reason, he should say havdalah on a cup prior to eating.

The Ventriloquist Lion

This strange equivalence between Hashem (the omnipotent King of kings) and a mere mortal monarch seems to imply that human beings are never really their own masters. They are always either the servants of Hashem or of Pharaoh.

The Book of Speech; Redeeming Relevance on Parshat Devarim

An obstacle to understanding Devarim is thinking of it as a book. Devarim literally means “[spoken] words” and should therefore be primarily considered in its 'orality'

Tefillah: A Meeting With Hashem – Love Our Nation

The Gemara (Brachos 30a) states that when a person prays he should always include himself as part of the community.

Finding Our Way

Although the nation was excited about entering the Promised Land, first and foremost they were glad to be out of the clutches of their nefarious oppressors.

The Forgotten

These 3 weeks require us to remember the great events and those on the fringe of memory. Caring for the distant and the forgotten--people and memories--will bring the redemption and rebuilding of our Nation,

The Power Of Prayer

Any judgment becomes a balance – how much rachamim and how much din?

Shevua She’chal Bo

The sefer Harirai Kedem suggests a different understanding of the machlokes.

The Parsha Experiment – Matot-Masei: Israel’s Psychological Journey

The Torah is not just a list of laws and stories, So, how does the travel log in parshat Masei teach us some sort of timeless lesson?

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Matot: Menashe — The Odd Man Out

Why did Moshe include part of Menashe together with Gad and Reuven in the Transjordanian settlement?

Shabbos Mevorchim Menachem Av

He implored the talmid to come up with a way he could return the money without implicating himself.

Parshat Pinchas

In politics as in business, the ability to deliver matters.

The Voice Inside

Being examined by a doctor was causing his patients to be nervous, and that was contributing to the rise in their blood pressure.

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