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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...  


Ki Tisa: Too High for Them  
  Ki Tisa: Too High for Them  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 3/7/2020, 20:56
 
The nations of the world claim the Land of Israel, only because we are not yet living on the spiritual level expected of us...  


Tetzaveh: Clothes Make the Man  
  Tetzaveh: Clothes Make the Man  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 2/29/2020, 19:37
 
Take a shlemazel, dress him up with a new Brooks Brothers suit, and bingo! - the fellow's ready for corporate America...  


Terumah - Holy Components  
  Terumah - Holy Components  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 2/22/2020, 20:07
 
The materials that go into building the holy Tabernacle symbolize the energies and talents of those who erect it; we are the Tabernacle...  


Mishpatim: Beyond Logic  
  Mishpatim: Beyond Logic  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 2/15/2020, 19:52
 
Which seems more logical - not to steal or not to eat a cheeseburger? To avoid damaging someone's property or to avoid wearing shatnez?  


Yitro: The Ten Commandments  
  Yitro: The Ten Commandments  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 2/8/2020, 20:09
 
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...  


Beshalach: The Kiss from Above  
  Beshalach: The Kiss from Above  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 2/1/2020, 19:58
 
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...  


Bo - Exposing the Ridiculous  
  Bo - Exposing the Ridiculous  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 1/25/2020, 19:56
 
Jews have a special innate ability to poke fun at things and to notice their internal contradictions, exposing the world's follies for what they truly are...  


Shemot - Spiritual Energies  
  Shemot - Spiritual Energies  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 1/15/2020, 13:24
 
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...  


Nitzavim: Religious? What For?  
  Nitzavim: Religious? What For?  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 9/4/2020, 13:44
 
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...  


Elevating the World  
  Elevating the World  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 2/23/2014, 19:47
 
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?  


Room for Everyone  
  Room for Everyone  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 2/9/2014, 19:18
 
Parshat Vayakhel: The Sanctuary was a spiritual edifice in a physical world that defied the laws of physicality. It was a world of truth and a taste of the world-to-come.  


Forgotten Idealism  
  Forgotten Idealism  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 1/5/2014, 21:43
 
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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