7 Iyar 5775 / Sunday, April 26, 2015 | Torah Reading: Emor
 
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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...  


Ascent to the World of Miracles  
  Ascent to the World of Miracles  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/30/2013, 17:42
 
Parshat Behaalotcha: Hashem sometimes puts us in abnormal and unnatural situations to test our faith and then helps us pass the test with a miracle...  


Givers and Takers  
  Givers and Takers  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/29/2013, 17:24
 
Parshat Nasso: Hashem gives is in order to have a relationship with mankind. Our job is to "give" Hashem the opportunity to share His good...  


The Dollar on the Wall  
  The Dollar on the Wall  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/22/2013, 22:03
 
Parshat Bechukotai: How many one-dollar bills do we see posted up in pizza stores, barbershops, and the like? Do we ever see the last dollar of the week or the year also posted?  


The Shabbat of History  
  The Shabbat of History  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/17/2013, 14:44
 
Parshat Emor: What is Shabbat? A day of rest? Shabbat is not only a time of cessation from work but a time when life is put into its true perspective...  


The Finest Vat  
  The Finest Vat  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/13/2013, 21:21
 
Parshat Kedoshim: The Jewish souls are like one large vat; when the time comes, each soul is bottled in its own body and sent on its specific task...  


Pain and Perfection  
  Pain and Perfection  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 4/6/2013, 21:11
 
Parshat Tazria: A person has a small pain in his chest. The doctor tells him in no uncertain terms that the pain is a warning sign and a major change is imperative...  


Uplifting the Inner Animal  
  Uplifting the Inner Animal  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 3/4/2013, 15:40
 
Parshat Tzav: Within each one of us there is an animal side that pulls us to be less than we really can be. Our G-dly soul sometimes takes a back seat to powerful forces...  


Picture of My Beloved  
  Picture of My Beloved  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 3/2/2013, 20:53
 
Parshat Vayakhel: Hashem shows how dear the Sanctuary is to Him by listing every tiny detail in the Torah, and then repeating the entire process of its building...  


Picture of My Beloved  
  Picture of My Beloved  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 3/2/2013, 20:31
 
Parshat Vayakhel: Hashem shows how dear the Sanctuary is to Him by listing every tiny detail in the Torah, and then repeating the entire process of its building...  


Clothes Make the Man  
  Clothes Make the Man  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 2/4/2013, 19:11
 
Parshat Tetzave: Take a shlemazel, dress him up with a new Brooks Brothers suit, and bingo! - the fellow's ready for corporate America...  


Beyond Logic  
  Beyond Logic  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 1/30/2013, 19:03
 
Parshat Mishpatim: Which seems more logical, not to steal or not to eat a cheeseburger? To avoid damaging someone's property or to avoid wearing shatnez?  


The Ten Commandments  
  The Ten Commandments  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 1/13/2013, 22:13
 
Parshat Yitro: the Ten Commandments call us to lead lives filled with awareness of Hashem; in addition, we learn to and love and respect His most precious creation, man...  


The Kiss from Above  
  The Kiss from Above  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 1/13/2013, 20:57
 
Parshat Beshalach: When something truly unique and unexpected happens, the recipient of a "kiss from above" turns to express his appreciation to the Source of those blessings...  


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