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Is there a G-d?
This is a short story about a professor of philosophy who came to a Rabbi with the question: 'Is there a G-d in the world?'

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Parshat Mishpatim 5777
The Torah talks about the man who sells his daughter into servitude. She works for her owner, and he has the right to marry her if he desires, but the Torah obligates him to give her three things. What is the hidden message that the Torah is conveying her.

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What Only Hashem Can Teach You
If you need to make a change in your life but you feel stopped because there is nothing in your past experience that you can draw upon as a reference to help you, what can you do?

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Parshat Bo 5777
So many people ask, 'I have a good heart. I try my best to avoid hurting a single soul on earth. I am decent, considerate of others and try to help those in need whenever I can. Why must I do teshuva?'

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Parshat Va'eira 5777
Moses can't understand: after spending seven days and seven nights with Hashem and praying in behalf of Klal Yisrael, things look much worse. What's happening?

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Parshat Shemos 5777
Originally, Moses was supposed to be the High Priest and Aaron the Levite. Why did Hashem turn things around? Was it because of something Moses did wrong or because of something Aaron did right?

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Parshat Vayechi 5777
Have you ever heard of a 'left-handed' compliment? There's a left-handed blessing, too. Our forefather Jacob teaches us exactly what it is, how to use it and the extent of its power...

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Parshat Vayigash 5777
The Torah tells us that Jacob's spirit of holiness returned to him as soon as he found out that his son Joseph is still alive. Jacob never had a breach of holiness, so where was his spirit of holiness all these years?

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Parshat Vayishlach 5777
Shechem was where Joseph the Tzaddik was sold into slavery, where Dina was kidnapped and where the Jewish Civil War began after King Solomon's death. Why is it such a hotspot to this day?

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Parshat Vayeitzei 5777
The Torah says that Jacob hated Leah. How could that be? Jacob was a tzaddik who didn't hate a single human, much less his own wife. What does the Torah mean?

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Parshat Chayei Sarah 5777
The Talmud tells us that Eliezer was one of the nine people in history who entered Gan Eden without tasting the taste of death. What was so very special about him?

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Parshat Vayeira 5777
Right after we learn that Lot's wife turned into a pillar of salt, we learn about the distasteful way that the nations of Ammon and Moav came into the world. What's the connection between the two?

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Parshat Lech Lecha 5777
We know that emuna is above the stars and as such, defies the stars; but, where does the Torah say so explicitly? Is astrology the real deal? Can emuna override what's written in the stars?

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Parshat Noach 5777
Hashem in His amazing Divine providence decided to plant each individual in each respective generation. Don't say, “We're not good enough”; would the great tzaddikim of previous generations be able to withstand what we do?

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Parshat Bereishis 5777
Rabbi Shalom Arush always says that everything is good and that there's no bad in the world. How is that possible? In this week's Torah portion, we learn the intrinsic meaning of true good...

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