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Posted on: January 1st, 2015
Rabbi Fohrman addresses the question, "Do we ever feel God's tap on our shoulder?"
When Yaakov asks "Who are these?" he's means “Do my grandchildren identify as Egyptians or Jews?”
Posted on: December 29th, 2014
Yaakov's blessings to his sons stand as a solution to their particular issues with relationships
Posted on: December 25th, 2014
Slavery was universal; So, why was Egypt targeted in this object lesson?
Rav Akiva Eiger is assuming that the logic of the halacha that both the son and his mother are obligated to honor his father and therefore he must honor his fathers wishes first, is a mathematical equation.
The first requirement is a king must admit when he is wrong.
Because we see these events as world changing, as moments in history, they become part of us forever.
Rabbi Fohrman explores the question of how God communicates with us today.
Posted on: December 23rd, 2014
What did Yehudah say that was so effective that it convinced Yosef to make himself known?
Posted on: December 19th, 2014
To many of our brethren Chanukah has lost its meaning.
This ability to remain calm under pressure and continue to see the situation clearly is a hallmark of Yehuda’s leadership.
Posted on: December 18th, 2014
Yosef proves he is a true leader; He is continually and fully engaged in the task of running Egypt
Though we Jews have deep obligations to all people our obligation to our fellow Jew is unique.
Exploring the connection between Pharaoh's dreams and the story of Joseph being sold into slavery.
Our right to exist and our form of self-government were decided by the ruling parties.
It is clear that Tosafos maintains that only someone who lives in a house must light Chanukah candles.
If Chanukah was simply a commemoration of the miracle of the oil and Menorah, we would be hard pressed to see the connection between the reading from Parshas Nesiim and Chanukah.
Posted on: December 15th, 2014
Yehuda knew if the moment isn't right or men are unwilling to listen a skilled leader bides his time
Posted on: December 12th, 2014
This is a recurring theme in this week’s parsha, in which there are many mistakes made based on perception.
"A person should sell even the beams of his own house in order to buy shoes."
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