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Parshas Netzavim – The Secret of Teshuvah

By: Shlomo Katz There are two holidays mentioned in the Torah whose primary significance is not described there. Nowhere in the Torah is Rosh Hashanah...

Parshas Netzavim – Where Torah & Life Meet

By: Rabbi Eliyahu Hoffman Parshas Nitzavim contains a section called Parshas ha-Teshuva, The Chapter of Repentance; so called because in this chapter Moshe encourages Bnei...

Parshas Ki Tavo: Showing Gratitude

By:  Larry Domnitch The recitation that accompanies the bringing of the first fruits (Bikkurim) in the times of the Temple from the seven specified species...

Parshas Ki Tavo – “Walls Have Ears?”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb We all have our secret lives. I don’t mean to say that each of us has a sinister side, which we...

Parshat Ki Teitzei – The First Step

By: Rabbi David Bibi Before Times Square became the home of dueling Spider men, battling Betty Boops and pushy Sponge Bobs, all hoping to share...

Parshas Ki Teitzei – Clarifying the Laws of War

By: HaRav Yehuda Kroizer “When you will go out to war against your enemies, and Hashem your G-d will deliver him into your hand and...

Parshas Shoftim – Judges, Kings, Workers & Scholars

By: Shlomo Katz Rabbeinu Nissim z”l (14th century; Barcelona, Spain) writes that, unlike other nations, the Jews have a dual judicial system. Every nation has...

Parshas Shoftim – Overcoming Negative Traits; Spiritual Growth

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis The parsha opens with the words, “Judges and officers shall you appoint for yourselves in all of your gates.” (Deut. 16:17)...

Parshas Re’eh – Is That Honk for Me?

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin While we are still holding on to the last days of summer, and snowy days are the furthest thing from our...

Parshas Re’eh –”What’s Missing In This Picture?”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb The old and crumbling building housed a synagogue that was a “gift” from Joseph Stalin to the Jews of Odessa....

IMA – Messages of Parshas Eikev

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin It is hard to believe that it’s already six years since the petirah of my beloved mother, Rebbetzin Esther Bas HaRav...

Parshas Eikev – “Discipline and Suffering”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb As a parent, grandparent, and psychologist, I am often considered to be something of an expert on parenting and child-rearing....

Parshas V’Eschanon – From Mourning to Morning 

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin    The Shabbos following the Fast of Tisha B’Av is known as “Shabbos Nachamu” – Shabbos of Consolation. The name is taken...

Parshas Vaeschanan – Nation Destined for Greatness

By: Shlomo Katz The haftarah opens: “Nachamu, nachamu” / “Comfort, comfort My people – says your G-d. Speak to the heart of Yerushalayim and proclaim to...

Parshas Vaeschanan – Where Torah Resides

By: Rabbi Label Lam Who can assure that this heart should remain theirs, to fear Me and observe all My commandments, all the days, so...

Parshas Devarim – Where Are You?

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin This week’s parshah, Devarim, is always read on the Shabbos preceding Tisha B’Av. We know that there are no coincidences… If...

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