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Elevating the World  
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Parshat Vayikra: the practice of ritual sacrifices are difficult to understand. How are we supposed to relate to this form of worship which seems so foreign to our world?
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Parshat Truma: the materials that go into building the holy Tabernacle symbolize the energies and talents of those who erect it; we are the Tabernacle...
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Forgotten Idealism  
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Parshat Mishpatim: Good will is fine but good deeds change the world. And if the laws of the Torah sometimes seem overly technical and rigid, they build...
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The Reflectors  
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Parshat Yitro: The task of the Jewish People is to reflect the light of Torah in the world; they're not doing their job when they're reflecting the false glitter of Hollywood...
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He or She?  
He or She?
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Parshat Beshalach: A famous question people ask is, why is Hashem always referred to in masculine form? Is Hashem a male? Why couldn’t “He” be a “She”?
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The Holy Firstborn  
The Holy Firstborn
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Parshat Bo: Jews are extreme. Whatever we do we do with a total dedication and involvement. Either we become Hashem's chosen people or the most sophisticated of lawbreakers...
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Spiritual Energies  
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Parshat Shemot: when we do a mitzvah we create a powerful, positive spiritual energy that shines in this world and the next; but the opposite is also true...
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Evil Eye, Good Eye  
Evil Eye, Good Eye
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Parshat Vayichi: Is the concept of "evil eye" only superstition? Is it found in Kabbalistic writings? Or is it actually part of the revealed parts of the Torah?
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Parshat Vayigash: The fact that the strongest society on earth humbles itself before our forefathers lets us know what Messianic times will be like...
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Inside and Out  
Inside and Out
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Parshat Vayeshev: far from being selfish about our own "religious ecstasy", Jews committed to Torah want all of mankind to share in that sublime reality...
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The Meaning of Wealth  
The Meaning of Wealth
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Parshat Vayishlach: Esau's definition of wealth is based on how he compares to others; is someone really wealthy when his wealth depends on others having less?
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The Suffering Tzaddik  
The Suffering Tzaddik
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Parshat Vayetze: They may be destitute, without children, or other similar hardships, Heaven forbid. They dedicate their lives to Hashem and the results are not seen...
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