8 Cheshvan 5781 / Monday, October 26, 2020 | Torah Reading: Lech Lecha
 
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Shoftim: Your Own Lane  
  Shoftim: Your Own Lane  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 8/15/2020, 21:46
 
Every time the lady swerved out of her lane, she was skirting with disaster, liable to collide head-on with a car coming from the opposite direction…  


Korach: No Gifts, Please  
  Korach: No Gifts, Please  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 6/13/2020, 21:58
 
When a person can raise two palms to the Heavens and say that these palms are clean of greed, bribery and corruption, then his prayers will be answered...  


Shlach Lecha: Breaking the Barriers  
  Shlach Lecha: Breaking the Barriers  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 6/6/2020, 22:20
 
The generation that received Torah on Mount Sinai were on a lofty spiritual level, yet they lacked the merit of inheriting the Land of Israel. Why?  


Shlach Lecha: Recycled Souls  
  Shlach Lecha: Recycled Souls  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 6/6/2020, 22:18
 
To this day, Jews from around the world – and even within Israel's borders – look at the Land of Israel through material eyes...  


Behaalotcha: Mighty but Humble  
  Behaalotcha: Mighty but Humble  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/30/2020, 22:00
 
The Torah goes out of its way to emphasize that Moses was a human, born from a woman's womb. Don't we all know that Moses was a man?  


Nosso: Mitzvah Objects  
  Nosso: Mitzvah Objects  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/23/2020, 21:36
 
Anyone can become a "mitzvah object", the vehicle for performing a mitzvah. One mitzvah leads to many more mitzvoth in a beautiful upward spiral…  


Bamidbar: The Right Neighborhood  
  Bamidbar: The Right Neighborhood  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/16/2020, 22:04
 
Being close to Moses, our greatest lawgiver of all times, the tribes of Judah, Issachar and Zebulun were marvelously influenced for posterity...  


Emor: The Hidden Praise  
  Emor: The Hidden Praise  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/2/2020, 21:27
 
The Torah talks straight, never whitewashing our people's history. But, Torah's the condemnation of our ancestors is actually our greatest praise...  


Emor: Jew or Jewish?  
  Emor: Jew or Jewish?  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 5/2/2020, 21:25
 
The Kohanim in the Holy Temple must be holy in order to deal with such high level holiness; yet, technical holiness alone doesn't make a person holy...  


Kedoshim: The Rabbi and the Cat  
  Kedoshim: The Rabbi and the Cat  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/25/2020, 21:38
 
Hashem knows that we can't begin to know what other people are going through unless we're in their shoes, and their shoes never fit us properly...  


Metzora: A Hole in the Wall  
  Metzora: A Hole in the Wall  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/18/2020, 21:21
 
Oh, my goodness! A hole in the wall! A busted pipe?! A flooded basement!?! This could be the very best news of your life - wait and see...  


Metzora: The Blessing of Family Purity  
  Metzora: The Blessing of Family Purity  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/18/2020, 21:16
 
Why does Judaism use the term, "Family Purity"? It's because the entire sanctity of the marriage and the future of the offspring depend on this important mitzvah…  


Shmini: Sacred or Profane  
  Shmini: Sacred or Profane  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/12/2020, 08:24
 
In Jewish spirituality, something is pure or impure, kosher or not kosher, sacred or profane. There is no middle ground between the two and no hybrids...  


Shmini: The Impostor  
  Shmini: The Impostor  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/12/2020, 08:23
 
The swine's administering angel had a terrible complaint in the Heavenly Court: why do his clients receive such bad press? Why are they discriminated against?  


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