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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...  


The Reflectors  
  The Reflectors  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 1/5/2014, 19:52
 
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...  


He or She?  
  He or She?  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 12/30/2013, 18:04
 
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”?  


The Holy Firstborn  
  The Holy Firstborn  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 12/22/2013, 22:31
 
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...  


Evil Eye, Good Eye  
  Evil Eye, Good Eye  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 12/3/2013, 11:40
 
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?  


Impact of Our Forefathers  
  Impact of Our Forefathers  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 11/18/2013, 15:52
 
Parshat Vayigash: The fact that the strongest society on earth humbles itself before our forefathers lets us know what Messianic times will be like...  


Inside and Out  
  Inside and Out  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 11/5/2013, 18:50
 
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...  


The Meaning of Wealth  
  The Meaning of Wealth  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 11/3/2013, 23:10
 
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?  


The Suffering Tzaddik  
  The Suffering Tzaddik  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 10/21/2013, 19:49
 
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...  


The Great Hijack  
  The Great Hijack  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 10/21/2013, 16:57
 
Parshat Toldot: 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...  


Perceptive Women  
  Perceptive Women  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 11/12/2016, 23:50
 
Parshat Vayera: Rashi infers from this week's parsha that Sarah was greater than Abraham in prophecy, therefore Abraham was told to follow her advice...  


The Soul Connection  
  The Soul Connection  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 9/27/2013, 17:32
 
Parshat Noach: Noah was told to bring animals from all of the animal kingdom. They didn't randomly come but, in fact, were connected to Noah's spiritual world...  


Zot HaBracha: Lights That Never Dim  
  Zot HaBracha: Lights That Never Dim  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/8/2020, 08:55
 
We are souls given the incredible task of bringing the eternal light of Hashem and His Torah to this world. That light never dims...  


Gangster@13  
  Gangster@13  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/21/2013, 18:12
 
Parshat Ki Tetze: why does the wayward Bar Mitzvah boy - the ben sorer - deserve such a stiff penalty? He wants to live a gluttonous lifestyle while still being "religious"...  


Imperfect, but Perfect  
  Imperfect, but Perfect  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 7/20/2013, 22:15
 
Parshat Ekev: good and bad in this world are only backdrops. It is left up to us to decide if life's scenarios will bring us closer to or farther from Hashem...  


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