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Something Really New - Emor  
  Something Really New - Emor  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Counting the Omer also involves an aspect of purity. While counting the Omer, we should ask ourselves, what is the ultimate good...  


In God We Trust  
  In God We Trust  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Parshat Behar - Bechukotai - Most college professors are not big fans of the Torah and its commandments, but there is one mitzvah the Torah introduced to the...  


Unity - Bamidbar  
  Unity - Bamidbar  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
One of the most disconcerting problems facing the Jewish world today is lack of unity. Much too often, the different factions focus..  


Spiritual Growth - Nasso  
  Spiritual Growth - Nasso  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
To escape this snare, the Torah hints that one should abstain from wine and encourage one’s spiritual impulses in order to escape...  


The Sin of the Spies - Shelach Lecho  
  The Sin of the Spies - Shelach Lecho  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
This follows the principle elucidated by the Sages: “One who desires to defile himself is given permission by Heaven.”  


Korach: Korach  
  Korach: Korach's Rebellion  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 6/12/2020, 07:14
 
Korach began an outright rebellion, which attempted to overthrow Moshe (Moses) and Aharon (Aaron) as leaders of the nation....  


The Most Sublime Pleasure - Chukat  
  The Most Sublime Pleasure - Chukat  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
A man has many different types of desires. Sweet enjoyments impress one’s body in illusive pleasures, and bring a certain measure...  


Bilaam  
  Bilaam's Hypocrisy - Balak  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
How did having a prophet such as Bilaam alleviate the nations’ complaint? After all, they could still claim that if God had given...  


The Zealot and Peace - Pinchas  
  The Zealot and Peace - Pinchas  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
It is understandable that such a philosophy would have a great attraction for the Children of Israel. The ‘hippy movement,'...  


How to Give Rebuke - Devarim  
  How to Give Rebuke - Devarim  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Having been burnt once before, he was understandably reluctant to rebuke the people. He began his rebuke in a couched language...  


Tangible Emuna - Va  
  Tangible Emuna - Va'etchanan  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/23/2018, 08:17
 
We should never be ashamed of asking Hashem for even the simplest material requests, especially if we need them for a mitzvah...  


Love of God - Eikev  
  Love of God - Eikev  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Everyone has his special moments of connecting to the beauty of nature, whether it is while contemplating a waterfall or...  


You Never Lose From a Mitzva - Re  
  You Never Lose From a Mitzva - Re'eh  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/4/2018, 21:47
 
Someone may think: “Okay, so I’ll start a new business. I’ll avoid horticulture and turn to financial instruments to make a living...  


No Bribery! Shoftim  
  No Bribery! Shoftim  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Not being attuned to religious issues at the time, I didn’t give much thought to the point my biology professor was trying...  


The Importance of Thanks - Ki Tavo  
  The Importance of Thanks - Ki Tavo  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/28/2018, 21:49
 
Gratitude is fundamental to our relationship with God. Hashem showers us with every good thing: life, sustenance, health, livelihood..  


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