11 Shvat 5775 / Saturday, January 31, 2015 | Torah Reading: Beshalah
 
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Song of History  
  Song of History  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 8/19/2013, 12:43
 
Parshat Haazinu: Why a song? Our history is not a prosaic collection of facts and figures. Ours is a symphony of thousands of years, of Hashem's constant providence and love...  


Religious? What For?  
  Religious? What For?  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 8/4/2013, 21:11
 
Parshat Nitzavim: Hashem tells us our choices - life and death, good and bad; He entreats us to choose life. Not just being "good" but connecting to eternal life...  


Harnessing the Snake  
  Harnessing the Snake  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/30/2013, 15:27
 
Parshat Ki Tavo: the killing done by the snake that has no particular benefit. This parallels those nations that kill and destroy without any direct gain.  


Gangster@13  
  Gangster@13  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/21/2013, 18:12
 
Parshat Ki Tetze: why does the wayward Bar Mitzvah boy - the ben sorer - deserve such a stiff penalty? He wants to live a gluttonous lifestyle while still being "religious"...  


Fate of the False Witness  
  Fate of the False Witness  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/21/2013, 16:30
 
Parshat Shoftim: When witnesses falsely accuse a person, they intend to do damage. Their malicious thoughts set in motion a new and negative reality...  


The Treasured Nation  
  The Treasured Nation  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/21/2013, 14:25
 
Parshat Reeh: we grow up learning about our "inalienable rights". Surprisingly, though, if one searches the Torah, there is no mention of rights...  


Imperfect, but Perfect  
  Imperfect, but Perfect  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/20/2013, 22:15
 
Parshat Ekev: good and bad in this world are only backdrops. It is left up to us to decide if life's scenarios will bring us closer to or farther from Hashem...  


Two Dear Friends  
  Two Dear Friends  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/9/2013, 12:58
 
Parshat Va'etchanan: Understanding the unity in Hashem's world, we let go of our potentially self-serving connection to Hashem and realize that everything is for the good...  


On the Path to Utopia  
  On the Path to Utopia  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/2/2013, 21:18
 
Parshat Devarim: In the wilderness all of the Jewish People's needs were attended to; but now, as they were about to enter the Holy Land, things would change drastically...  


The Divine Guide  
  The Divine Guide  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 6/24/2013, 23:30
 
Parshat Masei: traveling along our road in life is sometimes taxing and we can lose sight that "The Divine Guide" is taking us where we need to go...  


True Zealotry  
  True Zealotry  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 6/17/2013, 13:12
 
Parshat Pinchas: Pinchas corrected Zimri's aberration and reconnected us with our mission of bringing sanctity to the world; his motivation was pure as seen by the outcome...  


Anatomy of a Curse  
  Anatomy of a Curse  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 6/10/2013, 14:07
 
Parshat Balak: we might not fear physical threats, but we certainly must be concerned about a world that would deny us the right to express our Jewish souls.  


Students of the Snake  
  Students of the Snake  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 6/2/2013, 21:14
 
Parshat Chukat: Snakes, unlike other animals, bite for no reason. Their unjustified malicious behavior is symbolic of those who whine for no reason...  


Intel and Emuna  
  Intel and Emuna  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 5/25/2013, 21:36
 
Parshat Shlach Lecha: From an intel standpoint, the spies were correct - the idea of battle with such powerful nations was foolish. But Hashem didn't ask for their logic...  


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