Dvar Torah for Parshat Lekh Lekha

Based on Likutey Moharan Tinyana, Prologue “Avraham was one” (Ezekiel 33:24). Avraham worshiped God only because he [Avraham] was one, because he considered himself alone in the world. He paid no attention whatsoever to people who turned him away from God and hindered him, or to his father or others who would interfere. Rather, it [...]

Read More

Dvar Torah for Parshat (Chukat-) Balak

Based on The Book of Current Events 6:30 “I would have killed you and let her lived” (Numbers 22:33). Rashi comments: But now that she [the donkey] bested you [Balaam] in debate, she will die, so that people won’t so, “Hey, this is [the donkey] that outsmarted Balaam!” The Ubiquitous One cares about the dignity [...]

Read More

Parshas Noso – Many Jews, Many Jobs

In this week’s Parsha we continue to read about the jobs which each class of Leviim had in transporting the Mishkan. Throughout Chazal we find that the Mishkan alludes to the manifestation of G-d’s presence in this world. The Leviim are those responsible for the upkeep of the Mishkan, to help realize this revelation of [...]

Read More

Dvar Torah for Parshat Tzav

Based on Chayey Moharan/Tzaddik #172 (46) ...the Altar’s fire shall be ignited with [the offerings’ remains]...he shall remove the ashes of the burnt offerings consumed by the fire...he shall take [them] to a ritually pure place outside the camp. The fire of the Altar shall be ignited...Each morning the kohen will kindle...In this way, there [...]

Read More
Page 31 of 31« First...1020...2728293031