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“Redemption”

She was the daughter of Holocaust survivors, but she was not Jewish. Her parents were Polish citizens who, heroically, and at the risk of...

Illogical Treatment May Yield Bonanza for The Nation

The Parsha begins “And it was when Pharaoh sent out the nation and the L-rd did not lead them by way of the land...

Shabbat Shira – “Preaching to the Choir”

Did you ever sing in a choir? If you did, you will easily be able to appreciate what I am about to describe. I...

Tu B’Shebat – Roots

The holiday of Tu B’Shebat – the fifteenth of the month of Shebat – is called the New Year of the Trees because most...

Leftovers: No part will be left behind!

Every part of the meat from the Korban Pesach, Paschal lamb slaughtered on the 14th day of Nissan had to be eaten that evening....

Practice Makes Perfect

“Since they were chased out of Egypt and they were unable to delay, and also they did not make provisions for themselves.” (Shemot 12:39)...

Israeli Elections & Interpersonal Behavior

Many people in Israel are now afflicted with Election Fever. This “malady” causes people who support different political parties to verbally attack each other....

Parsha Commentary by Rabbi Yissachar Frand

Showing the Nile the Gratitude it Deserved Parshas Vaera contains the bulk of the Ten Plagues, beginning with the plague of Blood and continuing...

Parshat Va’eira (Rosh Chodesh Shevat)

Stages Over the course of the past several years, we have had some marvelous opportunities to visit places where I had once lived. My...

Rabbi Raymond Beyda on Parshat Va’era

Alarm Clock “But I shall harden Par-oh’s heart and I shall multiply My signs and My wonders in the land of Egypt.” ...

Miriam Taught The Lesson Of Not Giving Up Hope

The Mishna discusses the concept of Divine reward and punishment that is “measure for measure”. One example cited is because Miriam waited to...

Carrying is Caring

“It happened in those days and Moshe grew up, and he went out to his brothers and he saw their sufferings.” Although Moshe...

Why G-d Chose Moshe as Redeemer and Giver of the Torah

Rabbenu Bachye regards the burning bush as a revelation that our nation, despite its hardships, is eternal. “The burning bush conjures up the image...

Bleeding Hearts – Lofty Souls

In this week’s parsha, we read about Moshe’s first encounter with Hashem while shepherding his sheep in the barren wilderness. Hashem revealed Himself to...

“We Are All Leaders”

It was the last session of the course in which I was utilizing the book of Genesis as a text for the study of...

When Hashem Nixes “Plan A,” Yaakov Implements “Plan B”

Later in the Parsha, the pasuk says, “And Yaakov called his sons and said: ‘Gather, yourselves together, that I may tell you that which...

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