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Parshas Tzav – Every Mitzvah is Important

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis In this week`s parsha the Torah teaches us that after the Kohen cleaned the ashes of the offerings from the altar,...

Parshas Vayikra – Courtesy and Confidentiality

By: Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb “There is no such thing as privacy anymore.” “There are no secrets anymore.” These are two complaints that are heard frequently...

Parshas Vayikra – We Are All Connected

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis This week, we begin the third book of the Five Books of Moses, The Book of Leviticus. While the Book of...

Parshat Pekudei – The Cloud

By: Rabbi Benjamin Hecht Shemot 40:35 states that Moshe Rabbeinu was not able to enter the Ohel Mo’ed for the cloud was upon it and...

Parshas Pekudei – It All Depends On Us

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis It is written in this week’s parsha, “Every man whose heart inspired him came….for the work of the Tent of Meeting”...

Parshas Vayakhel – Women Symbolize the Power of Renewal

By: Rabbi Yissocher Frand The pasuk says, “And every man whose heart inspired him came, and everyone who was of generous spirit brought his...

Parshas Vayakhel – Focal Points

By: Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky The commands for the building of the Mishkan were fully meted. The job was winding down, and this week in Parshas...

Parshas Ki Sisa –“The Masked Man”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb As a person who likes to see the connections between the Jewish calendar of holiday celebrations and the weekly Torah...

Parshas Ki Sisa – Making a Difference in the World

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis Sometimes we wonder whether we puny individuals can make an impact on world events, whether we can make a real difference...

Parshas Tetzaveh – “Clothes Make the Man”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb My interest in the relationship between a person and his or her clothing goes back to my early days in...

Parshas Tetzaveh–Moshe Rabbenu Putting Himself on the Line

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis This week`s parsha, Titsaveh, opens with the words, “V`Atoh titsaveh..,”–”And you shall command…” The words “and you” are puzzling. Who is “you”,...

Parshas Terumah – The Mishkan Gifts Are Listed In Descending Order

By: Rabbi Yissocher Frand The verse lists the various materials that were donated to the Mishkan. The Torah mentions “gold, silver, and copper; turquoise, purple,...

Parshas Terumah – Building G-d’s Sanctuary

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis In this week’s parsha, we find the commandments to build the mishkan and all the vessels that were contained therein, including the ark, the...

Parshas Mishpatim – The Stuff of Unity

By: Rabbi Aron Tendler There are families whose hold on Judaism and Jewish tradition is so tentative that the word “holy” is thought to be...

Parshas Mishpatim – How to Relate to Your Fellow Man

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis The parashah opens with a most unusual expression, “V`eileh hamishpatim asher tasim lifneihem – And these are the commandments that you shall place before them.”...

Parshas Yisro – In Search of the Truth

By: Rabbi Shlomo Katz R’ Shlomo Brevda z”l (1931-2013; Maggid and author, noted for his commentaries on the teachings of the Vilna Gaon z”l) writes:...

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