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  Va'eira: The Big Ten  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 1/9/2021, 20:19
 
More than just a punishment, the ten plagues were the battering rams of truth, breaking down the Fantasy world of multiple deities...  


Shemot: Spiritual Energies  
  Shemot: Spiritual Energies  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 1/2/2021, 18:39
 
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...  


Shemot: The Wandering Jew  
  Shemot: The Wandering Jew  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 1/2/2021, 18:36
 
The lessons of exile have been long and harsh. We pray that we have learned what we need to learn and that Hashem will soon take us all home to Jerusalem...  


Vayechi: Evil Eye, Good Eye  
  Vayechi: Evil Eye, Good Eye  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/26/2020, 19:11
 
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?  


Vayechi: The Power of an Ox  
  Vayechi: The Power of an Ox  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/26/2020, 19:11
 
Jacob's blessings were not just wishes of success and prosperity; they contained profound wisdom that focused on the unique talents of each of his sons...  


Vayigash: Impact of Our Forefathers  
  Vayigash: Impact of Our Forefathers  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/19/2020, 19:12
 
The fact that the strongest society on earth humbles itself before our forefathers lets us know what Messianic times will be like...  


Vayigash: Joseph  
  Vayigash: Joseph's Tears  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/19/2020, 19:11
 
The arguing and dissension of the brothers were a bitter foreshadowing of the painful future awaiting the Jewish people...  


Mikeitz: The Conductor  
  Mikeitz: The Conductor  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/12/2020, 19:31
 
This world is a symphony of Hashem's presence. In order for the music to be played properly the players need to know their roles...  


Vayeshev: Inside and Out  
  Vayeshev: Inside and Out  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/5/2020, 18:32
 
Far from being selfish about our own "religious ecstasy", Jews committed to Torah want all of mankind to share in that sublime reality...  


Vayeshev: Leaders and Followers  
  Vayeshev: Leaders and Followers  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 12/5/2020, 18:30
 
"Leaders" must humbly serve the public without self-interest, while "followers" must be willing to heed those who possess these more universal strengths...  


Vayishlach: The Meaning of Wealth  
  Vayishlach: The Meaning of Wealth  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:54
 
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?  


Vayishlach: Sparks of Good  
  Vayishlach: Sparks of Good  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 11/28/2020, 19:53
 
There are sparks of holiness in different situations and places which need to be "converted", brought back to a source of holiness...  


Toldot: The Great Hijack  
  Toldot: The Great Hijack  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 11/14/2020, 18:27
 
Why did Isaac want to the bestow the blessings upon Esau? Didn't he understand the spiritual superiority of Jacob? Jacob's actions are also questionable...  


Vayera: Perceptive Women  
  Vayera: Perceptive Women  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/31/2020, 19:06
 
Rashi infers from this week's parsha that Sarah was greater than Abraham in prophecy, therefore Abraham was told to follow her advice...  


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