Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: November 27th, 2014
There's a perfect mirror between Jacob running away from Esav to when he reunites with his brother.
Posted on: November 26th, 2014
Yitzhak called you Esav and you answered him, then he called you Yaakov and you also answered him!”
Posted on: November 21st, 2014
Yitzchak thought the Jewish people needed dual leadership: Eisav the physical; Yaakov the spiritual
According to the Sefer Yetzirah, the nature of the month of Kislev is sleep.
Not every child can live up to our hopes or expectations, but every child is loved by Hashem.
Leaders must always pay attention to the importance of timing.
While our leaders have been shepherds, the vast majority of the Children of Israel were farmers.
Posted on: November 20th, 2014
Ramban interprets Korban as self-sacrifice, each Jew should attempt to recreate Akeidas Yitzchak.
Why does Lavan’s speaking before his father show that he was wicked? Disrespectful, yes. Rude, certainly. But a rasha?
We find that in certain circumstances before the Torah was actually given, people were permitted to make calculations as to what would better serve Hashem, even if it were against a mitzvah or aveirah.
Looking at examples of the word "toldot" to argue we produce not only children but vision and legacy
Posted on: November 18th, 2014
A sense of innovation or assertion in Yitzchak’s life is found in one area – spirituality.
Posted on: November 14th, 2014
We must understand the power and impact of our actions.
If you're always battling against getting older, you're always going to be unhappy.
The implication of the Shulchan Aruch (Orach Chaim 233:2) is that one may not daven Minchah before six and one half hours into the day.
Posted on: November 13th, 2014
Perhaps deep down Eliezer did hesitate. In his heart of hearts, he may not have wanted to succeed.
This complementary nature and unified destiny is the basis of the Covenantal Community.
What happened was that Frank Jr. stopped being the little babe looking with love into his father’s eyes, and the relationship took on a very different nature.
This week's parsha is the archetype of our connection to G-d in a world where His presence is hidden
Racheli Frankel: "I didn’t think they were thrown just anywhere. The tears of Hebron embraced them”
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