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Ekev: Attention to Details  
  Ekev: Attention to Details  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 8/1/2020, 22:07
 
As opposed to constricting us, the details of Jewish law afford us the ability to grow and develop an awareness of the greatness that lies within each and every act.  


Devorim: On the Path to Utopia  
  Devorim: On the Path to Utopia  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/18/2020, 22:13
 
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...  


Masei: The Divine Guide  
  Masei: The Divine Guide  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/11/2020, 22:11
 
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...  


Pinchas: Two Types of Jealousy  
  Pinchas: Two Types of Jealousy  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/4/2020, 22:14
 
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...  


Balak: Anatomy of a Curse  
  Balak: Anatomy of a Curse  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 6/27/2020, 22:41
 
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.  


Chukat: Students of the Snake  
  Chukat: Students of the Snake  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 6/20/2020, 22:04
 
Snakes, unlike other animals, bite for no reason. Their unjustified malicious behavior is symbolic of those who whine for no reason...  


Shlach Lecha: Intel and Emuna  
  Shlach Lecha: Intel and Emuna  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 6/6/2020, 22:21
 
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...  


Behaalotcha: Ascent to the World of Miracles  
  Behaalotcha: Ascent to the World of Miracles  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 5/30/2020, 22:02
 
Hashem sometimes puts us in abnormal and unnatural situations to test our faith, and then helps us pass the test with a miracle...  


Nasso: Givers and Takers  
  Nasso: Givers and Takers  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 5/23/2020, 21:35
 
Hashem gives is in order to have a relationship with mankind. Our job is to "give" Hashem the opportunity to share His good...  


Bechukotai: The Dollar on the Wall  
  Bechukotai: The Dollar on the Wall  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 5/9/2020, 21:38
 
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?  


Emor: The Shabbat of History  
  Emor: The Shabbat of History  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 5/2/2020, 21:24
 
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...  


Kedoshim: The Finest Vat  
  Kedoshim: The Finest Vat  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 4/25/2020, 21:37
 
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...  


Shmini: Doing What We  
  Shmini: Doing What We're Told  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 4/12/2020, 08:26
 
Why was the "non-commanded" incense offering of Nadav and Avihu, with all its holy intentions, considered such a serious breach in the Temple service?  


Vayikra: Including the Red  
  Vayikra: Including the Red  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 3/21/2020, 21:15
 
The Temple was surely holy, yet the scene of slaughtering animals doesn't seem to capture the picture of spirituality that we might have expected...  


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