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Parshas Matos-Maasei – The Power of Prayer

By: Shlomo Katz We read in this week’s parashah that one who commits unintentional manslaughter is exiled to a city of refuge until the Kohen...

Parshas Matos – Putting People First

By: Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky During the presidential run of 1992, candidate Bill Clinton published a book entitled Putting People First. He had it right. He...

Parshas Pinchas – Do the Right Thing

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin This week’s parshah carries the name of Pinchas, son of Elazar, grandson of Aaron HaKohein. Pinchas is known as a kanai, a...

Parshas Pinchas – “Avoiding a Hateful Heart”

By: Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb Love is an emotion. It is a feeling, often a very passionate one that we have toward another person,...

Parshas Balak – Build A Tent

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin This week’s parshah tells us of Balak, King of Moav, and Bilaam, a sorcerer and practitioner of black magic. Balak saw Bnei...

Parshas Balak – Making the Most of Our Days

By: Shlomo Katz In this week’s parashah, we read how Bilam tried to curse Bnei Yisrael. Pirkei Avot (ch.5) teaches that evil-doers like Bilam do...

Parshas Chukas – Thirst Quenchers

By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin From the time of the Exodus, Bnei Yisroel were blessed to be guided by three leaders, Moshe, Aaron and Miriam. According...

Parshas Chukas – The Extent of Reward

By: Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier HASHEM said to Moshe, “Do not fear him, for into your hands have I given him, his entire people, and...

Parshas Korach – Who Are Our Influencers?

Parshas Korach – Who Are Our Influencers?   By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin   We live in the age of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok. A world where through...

Parshas Korach – “Two Jews, Three Opinions”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb We all nod our heads in agreement when we hear the phrase, “Two Jews, three opinions.” We similarly chuckle when...

Parshas Korach – The Tragic Consequences of Jealousy

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis The Midrash teaches that there were two wealthy people in the world — one, a Jew named Korach, the other, a...

Parshas Shelach – We Are Not Grasshoppers

  Parshas Shelach – We Are Not Grasshoppers   By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin   In this week’s parshah, we are introduced to the meraglim, the scouts chosen to...

Parshas Shelach – “Memory Loss”

By: Rabbi Tzvi Hersh Weinreb When one reaches a certain age, he does not have to be reminded that his memory is not what it...

Parshas Shelach – It’s Not What You See But How You See It That Counts

By: Rabbi Osher Jungreis In this week’s parsha, we discover our tragic predilection for self-destruction. Even if G-d performs open miracles and bestows every blessing upon us,...

Parshas Beha’aloscha – The Super-Specialist

Parshas Beha’aloscha – The Super-Specialist   By: Chaya Sora Jungreis-Gertzulin   Parshas Beha’aloscha, 1991. The Shabbos of my son’s Bar Mitzvah. Family and friends joined together for a...

Parshas BeHaloscha – If You’re Wrong It’s Lashon Harah

By: Rabbi Ben Zion Shafier And Miriam and Aaron spoke about Moshe regarding the Kushis woman that he took, for he took a Kushis woman....

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