Support Migdal Ohr by purchasing letters in the Torah Scroll that will be written in honor of Rabbi Grossman’s 70th Birthday.
Posted on: May 22nd, 2014
Rabbi Fohrman gives us insight into what it truly means to be a teacher.
Posted on: May 21st, 2014
Evaluating forces us to consider the gift of every moment we have.
Posted on: May 16th, 2014
The question begs: how in the world can we accept that Bnei Yisrael en masse did not ever keep the mitzvah of shemittah?
How can the Torah command you to love somebody?
Posted on: May 15th, 2014
When Hashem created man, He took these two diverse segments and mixed them together, creating a new synthesis called man.
Why distinguish between parts of the Torah to say that this part came from pi Hagevurah while the other part came from pi Moshe?
In this week's parsha a stark choice is presented: follow God and live, or abandon Him and die.
We should remember not only the difficult moments of life but also the blessings we too often take for granted.
Posted on: May 14th, 2014
And yet, the Gemara in Megillah clearly states that the halacha about the tochacha only applies to the tochacha in Vayikra, not to the tochacha in Devarim.
Posted on: May 9th, 2014
It is one thing to do a chesed for someone one time or when it is convenient. But for a person to go a few hours out of his way every year for a stranger demonstrates incredible selflessness.
Eretz Yisroel's resting during the shmittah year proclaims Hashem as the Creator of the world just as Shabbos does, for the init of time - seven - is solely connected to the creation of the world.
Posted on: May 8th, 2014
The Torah is teaching us that even a mature adult faced with a difficult trial will be greatly influenced by what others are doing.
The Minchas Chinuch first suggests that the obligation to be mafkir one’s produce may not be a time-sensitive mitzvah.
What does it mean, conceptually, to see Shabbat in different worlds?
Posted on: May 7th, 2014
Let us resolve to connect ourselves powerfully to Eretz Yisrael and Jerusalem.
Posted on: May 2nd, 2014
The more we are aware of Hashem's involvement in our lives, the more we will act accordingly.
Parshas Emor appears to be as diverse as a parsha can be.
Posted on: May 1st, 2014
The more a person focuses on his purpose in the world, the more he values the Torah.
One difference between these two approaches is when one is aware that the fetus is a male, i.e. through ultra sound.
Offering korbanos is not a substitute to living a proper life.
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