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Parshat Behar 5776
Nobody seems to be able to find a formula for peace and security in our holy homeland. If we look in the Torah, we find Hashem's promise, which is merely cause and effect...

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Parshat Emor 5776
The Torah commands us to rejoice during our festivals. What are the parameters of joy that the Torah is referring to?

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Parshat Kedoshim 5776
Any of us would gladly do anything for someone we really love, especially for ourselves. Yet, the Torah demands that we treat any random neighbor the same way. How is that humanly possible?

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It's All B'Seder 5776
When everything is OK, in Hebrew we say "hakol b'seder", or literally, everything is in order. Why do we call our ceremonial Passover eve meal a "Seder"? What does everything is in order have to do with it?

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Shabbat HaGadol 5776
We all look forward to the full redemption of our people, but it will take a lot of courage on our part, just like the redemption from Egypt did 3,328 years ago...

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Parshat Tazria 5776
A person comes to the Kohen with an impure, leprous inflammation on his skin. The Kohen takes a look and sees that the inflammation turns white, declaring the person ritually pure. What happened?

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Parshat Parah 5776
There's no way that the humsn brain can fathom the mitzvah of ritual purity and the Red Heifer; we do know, as we'll learn today, G-d willing, that every entity has two distinct forces like a double-edged sword...

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Parshat Vayikra 5776
With all the different types of ritual sacrifices, why doe the Torah first command us of the korban olah, the burnt offering? What is its significance?

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Parshat Ki Tisa 5776
Betzalel was the best young man from the best family and the best tribe. Why does Hashem send him a helper from the worst family and the worst tribe?

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Parshat Tetzaveh 5776
Each of the ceremonial garments worn by the Kohen HaGadol (High Priest) has a special timeless significance to it. Why, therefore, are the names of each of the twelve tribes engraved on the breastplate?

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Parshat Terumah 5776
Hashem turns to the Jewish People and asks each one to contribute whatever they can to the building of the Holy Tabernacle, but He gives a condition for each contribution to be accepted...

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Parshat Mishpatim 5776
The Torah is universal, just as live and relevant today as it always was. As such, what is the contemporary lesson we must learn from the Hebrew slave, in an age when slavery is forbidden?

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Parshat Yisro 5776
One of the hardest mitzvoth in the Torah to perform properly is the mitzvah of honoring one's parents, but it is also a mitzvah that pays tremendous rewards...

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Parshat Beshalach 5776
Why does the Gemara compare finding a person's soul-mate and making a living to the splitting of the Red Sea? Is anything too difficult for Hashem to do, Heaven forbid?

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Parshat Bo 5776
Rabbi Lazer Brody speaks about the weekly Torah portion, Bo....

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Parshat Va'eira 5776
Why did Hashem turn all the water of Egypt into blood as the first of the ten plagues? Is this such a feat? The Egyptian sorcerers did the same thing...

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Parshat Shemos 5776
What's so significant about Shifra and Puah, the Jewish midwives? Pharaoh summons them twice as if they are heads of state and the leaders of the Jewish People...

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Parshat Vayechi 5776
Why does Yaacov Avinu interrupt the blessings of his sons right before he does in order to pray for Dan's future descendant Samson? Why doesn't he do this for his other sons?

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Parshat Vayigash 5776
We know that Joseph had strong emuna, which he displayed already as a prisoner in the Egyptian prison. Yet, only now does he realize the mindboggling extent of Divine Providence...

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Chanukah 5776
Why do we say in the "Al Hanissim" prayer during Chanuka, "In the days of old during this time." Why doesn't it say simply more specifically, "In the days of old during this time of the year." Are there still miracles today?

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Parshat Vayeishev 5776
How can the Torah say that Reuven saved Joseph from his brothers, when instead of their judgment, he ended up getting thrown into a pit of deadly snakes and scorpions?

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Parshat Vayishlach 5776
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 Vayetze 5776
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 Lech Lecha 5776
Our forefather Abraham knew all the secrets of astrology. He looked at the stars and saw that he will never have children; Hashem told him to scrap his astrology...

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Parshat Noach 5776
Hashem promises Noah that all the animals and birds will fear mankind. Yet, we see that many animals and birds frighten mankind, and not the other way around. Why?

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Parshat Breishit 5776
The Gemara tells us that Haman in referred to in the Torah, in the episode about the forbidden fruit. What does Haman have to do with Adam and Eve at all?

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Parshat Yom Kippur 5776
We confess all day long on Yom Kippur, but what can we do to make those confessions sincere? Let's take a look at what we obligate ourselves with...

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