10 Cheshvan 5781 / Wednesday, October 28, 2020 | Torah Reading: Lech Lecha
 
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Partners With Hashem  
  Partners With Hashem  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/6/2018, 20:30
 
Parshat Noach: We have a responsibility to ween ourselves away from the selfish child within us in order to become partners with Hashem in perfecting the world.  


Zot Habracha: The Torah and Wealth  
  Zot Habracha: The Torah and Wealth  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/7/2020, 08:48
 
The Torah's attitude towards wealth is based on how I relate to what I have, completely independent of the anyone else in the world...  


Symphony for the Soul  
  Symphony for the Soul  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/13/2016, 12:52
 
Parshat Haazinu: the Torah is not a book of laws and stories but a song, a symphony for the collective souls of the Jewish people and all of mankind...  


Nitzavim: Balancing Body and Soul  
  Nitzavim: Balancing Body and Soul  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 9/4/2020, 13:43
 
We have been effected by the secular-world view which portrays man as basically driven by instincts. It is truly perplexing: do we have free choice or not?  


The Simcha Connection  
  The Simcha Connection  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 8/31/2012, 17:53
 
Parshat Ki Tavo: The master has no qualms about having a superficial and impersonal connection with his servant. For the father, this option is far from ideal...  


Three Culprits  
  Three Culprits  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 8/20/2012, 20:40
 
Parshat Ki Tetze: The "Natziv" of Volozhin identifies three root causes of prohibitions - mistaken beliefs and outlooks, flawed character traits, and physical desire...  


Partners in Creation  
  Partners in Creation  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 8/14/2012, 17:39
 
Parshat Shoftim: Although it is much easier to "sit back" as a spectator of life and watch the beauty and unity of creation, that is not what we are here for.  


Our Desires vs. Torah Demands  
  Our Desires vs. Torah Demands  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/26/2015, 13:25
 
Parshat Vaetchanan: when personal desires and religious expectations clash, a type of cognitive dissonance might develop; what do we do about it?  


Devorim: What is a Tzaddik?  
  Devorim: What is a Tzaddik?  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 10/1/2020, 08:05
 
The Torah paints pictures of towering righteous figures in order to teach us the attainable goal of personal development and transformation...  


Yearning for the Gold  
  Yearning for the Gold  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 5/7/2012, 16:34
 
Parshat Bechukotai: Why does the world honor the Olympic gold medalist and not the Torah scholar? Could it be that the champion athlete is more dedicated?  


Loving Our Land  
  Loving Our Land  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Publish date: 5/5/2012, 22:35
 
Parshat Behar: Italians love Italy. The Irish are crazy about Ireland. And even New Yorkers love New York. So why shouldn't the Jewish people love the land of Israel?  


Pekudei: Deja Vu  
  Pekudei: Deja Vu  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 3/22/2020, 08:45
 
As much as we try to fulfill the Divine will, our human frailties often prevent us from totally actualizing Hashem's intentions...  


Va  
  Va'etchanan: Two Dear Friends  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 7/25/2020, 21:59
 
Understanding the unity in Hashem's world, we let go of our potentially self-serving connection to Hashem and realize that everything is for the good...  


Tzav: Cycles of Our Lives  
  Tzav: Cycles of Our Lives  
 
By Rabbi David Charlop
Update date: 3/28/2020, 21:07
 
The cycles of light and dark, day and night, represent the ebb and flow of our lives. Our internal and external worlds are sometimes light, sometimes dark...  


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