Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: June 4th, 2015
Moshe realized that the halt to their march will have major repercussions. The body that had been so carefully assembled, with a single purpose and goal, began to fray.
Mitzvot, even restrictive laws, often teach self-discipline which is a venue to freedom.
The flavor of the mon was not artificial; the mon would now consist of the actual flavors from the desired food.
Posted on: June 3rd, 2015
Despite unequal status, teamwork is the surest route to harmony and maximum self-expression.
Posted on: May 29th, 2015
What if someone would come to you and offer you everything that is desirable in this world, but with one condition: you have to give up your essence.
Torah learning is valueless unless it enhances personal morality, fostering closer connection to God
Posted on: May 28th, 2015
Why was Samson singled out as the only Shofet required to be a nazir from cradle to grave?
Tosafos suggests several answers as to how a minor can own an item, m’d’Oraisa.
This week's video discusses the important connection between the Priestly Blessing and parenting.
Many of us simply don’t get the need for the Torah to list the exact same gift offering, 12 times!
Posted on: May 22nd, 2015
There is a great debate as to whether this story actually took place or is simply a metaphor, a prophetic vision shown to Hoshea by Hashem.
Every person is presented with moments when he/she must make difficult decisions about how to proceed.
One does not necessarily share the opinions of one’s brother. One may disapprove of his actions, values, and/or beliefs. However, with brothers there is a bond of love and caring that transcends all differences.
Posted on: May 21st, 2015
So if we basically live the same life, why should he get eternal reward and not me?”
The question is: What about pidyon haben? Can one give the five sela’im required for pidyon haben to a kohen’s daughter?
In Parshas Pinchas the Torah introduces the Mussaf for Shavuos by describing it as Yom HaBikurim when we bring the new offering.
The desert, with its unearthly silence & emptiness, is the condition in which the Word can be heard
The census focused on the individual, proving each is created as irreplaceable, unique images of God
Why does the Torah use two different words for "to count," and what does each indicate?
Posted on: May 20th, 2015
From Bemidbar on and in Nevi’im, the nation is viewed primarily by its component parts, the tribes
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