The New Pathways Devarim
Jul11

The New Pathways Devarim

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Pathways From Parshat Noach
Oct18

Pathways From Parshat Noach

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Pathways From Parshat Bereishit
Oct12
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Pathways From Parshat Ha’azinu
Sep27
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Pathways From Parshat Vayeilekh
Sep12
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Pathways From Parshat Ki Tavo
Sep06
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Pathways From Parshat Ki Teitzei
Aug29
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Pathways From Parshat Shoftim
Aug23

Pathways From Parshat Shoftim

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Pathways From Parshat Re’eh
Aug16

Pathways From Parshat Re’eh

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Pathways From Parshat Eikev
Aug09

Pathways From Parshat Eikev

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Let The Feast Begin – In A Minute
Aug09

Let The Feast Begin – In A Minute

“When you eat and are satisfied, you must bless God … for the good land He has given you” (Deuteronomy 8:10). Rebbe Nachman said that if a person doesn’t make it a practice to ask God for his material needs—food, clothing, shelter, income, health—then even if God provides him with everything, he is living like an animal. Even though he doesn’t ask, God provides for him (Psalms 147:9). (The young ravens crying for help at the end of...

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Pathways From Parshat Va’etchanan
Aug02
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Pathways From Parshat Devarim
Jul26

Pathways From Parshat Devarim

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Why We Should Cry
Jul25

Why We Should Cry

“For these things do I weep, my eyes flow with tears. Any comforter who might revive my spirit is far from me. My children are forlorn, for the enemy has prevailed” (Lamentations 1:16). Rebbe Nachman taught: The past is gone; our Holy Temple has burned down. Now, when God anticipates returning to us and rebuilding the Temple, it’s only right that we shouldn’t cause any delay. We should take care to rise at midnight to mourn the...

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A Midrash for Monday (#14)/Rosh HaShanah-Yom Kippur

A Midrash for Monday (#14) This one is especially appropriate for Rosh HaShanah, Yom Kippur and the days in between. Actually, it’s good to have this one handy all the time! The prophet Yeshayahu says, “Seek God when He is present” (Isaiah 55:6), but King David (Yeshayau’s multiple-great-grandfather) says, “Seek God and His might; seek His face constantly” (1 Chronicles 16:11). Why constantly? To teach you that the Holy, Blessed God:...

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Bouncing Back—and Forward
Sep23

Bouncing Back—and Forward

Dvar Torah for Parshat Netzavim-VaYelekh Bouncing Back—and Forward “You are standing here today… (Deuteronomy 29:9). Rashi comments: “Like ‘today’ which is, which gets dark and which shines, [God] has shone on you in the past and will shine on you in the future. The curses and the suffering [of Deuteronomy 28] maintain and sustain you.* They help keep you going with [God].” Ooyyyyyy! Finally. Finally! The last Shabbos (aka...

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