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Simplicity and Perseverance  
Simplicity and Perseverance
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Parshat Behaalotecha - Commenting on the above passage, Rashi writes that Aharon (Aharon) was upset when he saw the twelve days of festivities during the inauguration of the Holy..
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A Divided Heart - Korach  
A Divided Heart - Korach
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Korach was a charismatic demagogue. In his thirst for power, he tried to discredit Moshe (Moses) and to weaken...
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Optical Illusions - Chukat  
Optical Illusions - Chukat
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
A Torah law, or mishpat, is a logical commandment designed to insure the harmony and welfare of a society...
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Defying the Laws of Nature - Balak  
Defying the Laws of Nature - Balak
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Against his will and contrary to his hopes, the wicked Bilaam was forced to bless the Nation of Israel Bilaam of course intended the above utterance...
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The Conspirator - Pinchas  
The Conspirator - Pinchas
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
In the beginning of this week's portion the Torah relates Hashem's command to Moshe (Moses) to kill the Midianites...
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Parshat Ki Tavo  
Parshat Ki Tavo
By Breslev Israel staff
Moshe (Moses) instructs the people of Israel: When you enter the land that God is giving to you as your eternal heritage...
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Parshat Nitzavim - Vayelech  
Parshat Nitzavim - Vayelech
By Breslev Israel staff
The Parsha of Nitzavim includes some of the most fundamental principles of the Jewish faith... The Parsha of Vayelech ("And He Went") recounts...
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Parshat Haazinu  
Parshat Haazinu
By Breslev Israel staff
The greater part of the Torah reading of Haazinu ("Listen In") consists of a 70-line "song" delivered by Moshe (Moses) to the people...
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Parshat Vezot HaBerachah  
Parshat Vezot HaBerachah
By Breslev Israel staff
The Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret Torah readings are from Vayikra 22-23, Bamidbar 29, and Devarim 14-16. These readings detail the laws...
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David`s Sling David's Sling
Take It Into Your Heart - Vaeira  
Take It Into Your Heart - Vaeira
By Rabbi David Schallheim
We all want to live with what we know is true. But when push comes to shove, our behavior is often shaped by our emotions.
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The Four Sons - Bo  
The Four Sons - Bo
By Rabbi David Schallheim
God gave us 613 beautiful and uplifting mitzvot. We are permitted, and even encouraged, to discover inspiring and meaningful...
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Man Does Not Live By Bread Alone  
Man Does Not Live By Bread Alone
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Parshat Beshalach - In my family, when we sat down to a steak dinner with all the trimmings someone would invariably say, “Well, you know...
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Preparation for Matan Torah - Yitro  
Preparation for Matan Torah - Yitro
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Any worthwhile endeavor in life requires preparation. When I was a Boy Scout, I learned the Scout’s Motto: “Be prepared.” Before embarking on a camping trip...
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Blueprint of Reality - Mishpatim  
Blueprint of Reality - Mishpatim
By Rabbi David Schallheim
A startling insight into Judaism is provided by the Torah’s juxtaposition of the civil laws with the Ten Commandments. Most people think of religion as a matter of ritual...
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Jacob`s Ladder Jacob's Ladder
Who Wants Cake Anyway? - Lech Lecha  
Who Wants Cake Anyway? - Lech Lecha
By Jacob Rupp
“Easy Street” doesn't exist in a Jewish neighborhood. … challenges and tests are not only normal, but necessary in leading a life of growth...
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Lessons from the Beach - Vayeira  
Lessons from the Beach - Vayeira
By Jacob Rupp
The moment I surfaced, I took the most delicious breath of sweet, fresh air that I have ever had. In my whole life, the hardest battle...
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Life Lessons - Chayei Sarah  
Life Lessons - Chayei Sarah
By Jacob Rupp
The greatest peace and connection we can attain is through finding and dwelling with our “other half.” In Hebrew, a soul mate is...
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Open Your Eyes! - Toldot  
Open Your Eyes! - Toldot
By Jacob Rupp
Although the newspapers report otherwise, blindness is one of the greatest problems facing contemporary society. Undiagnosed by sociologists...
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An Open Letter to Parents - Toldot  
An Open Letter to Parents - Toldot
By Jacob Rupp
Many people understand that God's Oneness is obvious and logical, yet would rather bury their head in the comfortable sand of familiarity...
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Rabbi Winston`s Window Rabbi Winston's Window
An Obligation of Holiness  
An Obligation of Holiness
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
The difference advocated by the Torah between Jew and non-Jew is by no means a license of chauvinism. Simply, the Jew is obligated to holiness whereas the non-Jew is not…
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Removing the Barrier  
Removing the Barrier
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Animals cannot change their status from impure to pure, but a man can through Brit Mila and all that it represents…the eighth day after birth refers to the supernatural realm.
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Straight from the Heart - Tzav  
Straight from the Heart - Tzav
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
The service of the Mishkan is a continuation of whatever began with Avraham and Yitzchak at the time of the Akeida, and represented the same spiritual reality.
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Putting Out the Fire - Vayikra  
Putting Out the Fire - Vayikra
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
If the nations of the world understood the blessings that the Temple provided them, rather than destroying it, they would have built a wall around it to protect it!
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The Need for Unity  
The Need for Unity
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Parshat Vayakhel - Everyone's eyebrows go up over the emphasis on Moshe's gathering of the people to hear G-d's command, asking, "Why is this night different from all others?"
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Bnai Yaacov Bnai Yaacov
The Royal Carriage  
The Royal Carriage
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Parshat Yitro - Do we really think about the receiving the Torah? We’ve got other problems - debts, health problems, pressure at work, dealing with the kids…
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Torah of Peace  
Torah of Peace
By Rabbi Mordechai Kornfeld
Parshat Vayichi - The proper learning of Torah brings a person to three levels of peace: Peace between him and his fellow man, between him and Hashem, and between him and himself…
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I Have Everything  
I Have Everything
By Batya Rosen
Parshat Vayishlach - Our forefather Jacob knew in every fiber of his being that he had absolutely everything he needed, and if he lacked anything, it wasn’t really a lack at all…
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The Ancient Con Artist  
The Ancient Con Artist
By Rabbi Mordechai Kornfeld
Parshat Vayetze - We learn from Lavan the fine-lined difference between a deceiver – the ancient “con artist” – and the outlight liar...
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Acting on Our Beginnings - Bereishit  
Acting on Our Beginnings - Bereishit
By Debbie Shapiro
We’ve finally managed to put the last of the Sukkah decorations in the storage room and the Sukkah wallsare safely stored in the basement. Our house is beginning to return...
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Chana`s Blessing Chana's Blessing
Sunrise and Sunset  
Sunrise and Sunset
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Before Hashem causes the sun of a tzaddik (righteous person) to set, he causes the sun of the next tzaddik to rise. We cannot be left without the light of the tzaddik…
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Behold, in the Tent  
Behold, in the Tent
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
The ministering angels' question was rhetorical, since they knew where Sarah was. They intended to call attention to her modesty and thus endear her to her husband…
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Stand By Your Man  
Stand By Your Man
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Sarah's trust in G-d and in her husband was so great that it outweighed any natural attachment to her abode. Without question, she walked beside him every step of the way…
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Yiskah  
Yiskah
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
Just like Chava is the archetype of all women, so is Sarah the prototype of all Jewish women. Sarah personifies the synthesis of being a good wife and an independent woman.
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Without Her, Nothing!  
Without Her, Nothing!
By Rebbetzin Chana Bracha Siegelbaum
A true woman realizes and enjoys her unique femininity, which enables her to bring out the best in man, as it states: “A virtuous woman is the crown of her husband…”
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Orot HaRav Kook Orot HaRav Kook
A Leader for Israel  
A Leader for Israel
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Parshat Masei - The Jewish people require two types of leadership – material and spiritual. Capable leadership leads to success in both areas, revealing the greatness of Israel…
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Two Paths to Purity  
Two Paths to Purity
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Parshat Matot - There are two ways to purify: you can destroy the vessel in order to destroy evil altogether, or you can save the vessel and channel the forces of evil into doing good…
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Eliminating Idolatry  
Eliminating Idolatry
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Parshat Balak - Bilaam devised a plan to make trouble for the Jewish people. He advised using Moabite and Midianite women to entice the Israelite men into a trap of Baal-Peor idolatry…
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The Sin of the Spies  
The Sin of the Spies
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Parshat Shelach - The spies defamed the Land of Israel; we can rectify this terrible sin by praising our beloved homeland wherever we go, focusing on all her wonderful attributes…
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Flags of Love  
Flags of Love
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Parshat Bamidbar - The Zohar says that the banners of the four major Israelite encampments in the desert (north, south, east and west) corresponded to the four 'faces' of the supernal chariot…
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David`s Harp David's Harp
Our Desires vs. Torah Demands  
Our Desires vs. Torah Demands
By Rabbi David Charlop
Parshat Vaetchanan: when personal desires and religious expectations clash, a type of cognitive dissonance might develop; what do we do about it?
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What is a Tzaddik?  
What is a Tzaddik?
By Rabbi David Charlop
Parshat Devorim: the Torah paints pictures of towering righteous figures in order to teach us the attainable goal of personal development and transformation...
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Two Types of Jealousy  
Two Types of Jealousy
By Rabbi David Charlop
Parshat Pinchas: There are 2 types of jealousy - one is wanting something which is rightfully not his own and the other wanting back something which is rightfully his...
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Yearning for the Gold  
Yearning for the Gold
By Rabbi David Charlop
Parshat Bechukotai: Why does the world honor the Olympic gold medalist and not the Torah scholar? Could it be that the champion athlete is more dedicated?
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Loving Our Land  
Loving Our Land
By Rabbi David Charlop
Parshat Behar: Italians love Italy. The Irish are crazy about Ireland. And even New Yorkers love New York. So why shouldn't the Jewish people love the land of Israel?
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