Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: October 2nd, 2015
‘You shall dwell in booths (sukkos) for seven days because I caused the Jewish People to dwell in booths when I took them from the land of Egypt.’
Judaism stipulates that not only does Hashem reveal Himself to the prophets, but to all creation.
Posted on: October 1st, 2015
If you were the most generous, loving person in the world, and you were completely devoted to help me, if my time on this planet is up there is nothing that you can do to change that; any human is powerless to change my destiny.
Are we, through our prayers, able to convince God to change the course of history?
Posted on: September 27th, 2015
Why is Sukkot deemed the ultimate holiday of happiness and joy?
Posted on: September 25th, 2015
The Sukkah is the place from which we venture into the world, applying Torah to all aspects of life.
For the most part, we don’t usually experience a great revelation from performing a mitzvah.
Posted on: September 24th, 2015
The common theme between these two situations is that they are defined as acts of Kabbalat Ol Malchut Shamayim, accepting the yoke of Heaven.
“More than what the rich man does for the poor man is what the poor man does for the rich man” (Midrash Rabbah, Rus 5:9).
Haazinu encourages Jews in times of national emergency & documents our eternal connection to God
Rabbi Fohrman delves into psalm 90 connecting it to stories from Torah & the building of the Mishkan
Posted on: September 21st, 2015
Said the Ba’al Shem Tov “God is also crying. For as much as He looks for us, we rarely look for Him”
Posted on: September 18th, 2015
Consider this: Why should Hashem accept our teshuva when we often repeat the same aveiros year after year?
Rambam says that when the sinner approaches Hashem he expresses Chatati Aviti Pashati; I think I am Mayzid but perhaps I acted B’Shogeg.
Posted on: September 17th, 2015
The answer to the question on Rashi seems to be that the namesakes of the shevatim were in fact men of unimaginable greatness,
The Minchas Chinuch writes that although it seems that gathering in the Beis Hamikdash is necessary, perhaps the mitzvah can be performed anywhere in Yerushalayim.
The precision required and the time constraints imposed make the High Priest’s task almost humanly impossible.
How did Moses feel approaching the land of Israel, knowing he wouldn’t enter Israel with his people?
Posted on: September 16th, 2015
Moshe's message lives on forever: Life's potential is a very lofty goal that we must strive to reach
Posted on: September 11th, 2015
You might argue that in truth it is not a prayer; rather, it is a statement, affirmation and declaration of fact that one day we will see the cities and streets of Yerushalayim full of ecstasy.
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