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Chukat: From The Nile to Denial  
  Chukat: From The Nile to Denial  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 6/13/2021, 09:54
 
Gold represents the sparkling beauty of the physical world. It is the glitter of life in Olam HaZeh -(this world). Because as...  


Korach: Five Levels of Intent  
  Korach: Five Levels of Intent  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 6/6/2021, 04:22
 
Intention can be a tricky thing. Sometimes it originates from deep within our unconscious mind and at a time that we are barely paying attention…  


Korach: Icy Freedom  
  Korach: Icy Freedom  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 6/6/2021, 04:21
 
And, many of us look on and shake our heads and say things like, “Tsk, tsk. Won’t we ever learn?” And the answer usually is...  


Shlach Lecha: Evolution of a Love  
  Shlach Lecha: Evolution of a Love  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/29/2021, 21:21
 
I wanted to feel something, but felt nothing, and the harder I tried the more frustrating it became. "What can a person feel...  


Behaalotcha: Inspiration  
  Behaalotcha: Inspiration  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/22/2021, 21:01
 
The lighting of the Menorah was symbolic of the lighting of the fire of inspiration in the hearts of the Jewish people, so that they'd seek Hashem…  


Behaalotcha: Laws for Leaders  
  Behaalotcha: Laws for Leaders  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/22/2021, 21:00
 
Sometimes one's zealousness can backfire with disastrous results. People can become so involved in a "cause" that other important issues fall by the wayside…  


Behaalotcha: Going Down?  
  Behaalotcha: Going Down?  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/22/2021, 21:00
 
Is there any better way to answer a question than with another question, especially when the real answer is from the realm of Sod?  


Nasso: When Less Is Truly More  
  Nasso: When Less Is Truly More  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/16/2021, 07:01
 
The Kabbalists explain that "working" the Garden did not mean getting out the hoe and spade and doing some planting. The true paradise of Aiden was...  


Bamidbar: Exhilarating!  
  Bamidbar: Exhilarating!  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/8/2021, 21:05
 
How do we know that one's fear of sin and service of Hashem is the real deal? It should be exhilarating, not debilitating...  


Bamidbar: Coming of Age  
  Bamidbar: Coming of Age  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/8/2021, 20:51
 
In Judaism, age 20 is an important turning point in a person's life, and not just because the teenage years have been left behind for good.  


Bamidbar: "Speaking" Of The "Desert"  
  Bamidbar: "Speaking" Of The "Desert"  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/8/2021, 20:50
 
This is, perhaps, the reason why man, who sits at the top of the spiritual ecological chain, is referred to as a "medabehr," which means "speaker"...  


Bechukotai: Statute of Limitations  
  Bechukotai: Statute of Limitations  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/1/2021, 20:41
 
Where I live in Telzstone, the view of the Judean Hills is wonderfully relaxing. From my front lawn, where I often sit and learn...  


Behar: Shmittah Revisited  
  Behar: Shmittah Revisited  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 5/1/2021, 20:39
 
Like Shabbos itself, the Shmittah year is a reminder that G-d created the universe in six days and rested on the seventh...  


Emor: Parents and Priests  
  Emor: Parents and Priests  
 
By Rabbi Pinchas Winston
Update date: 4/24/2021, 21:34
 
When two seem to mitzvot "collide," like being the High Priest and properly honoring one's deceased parent, it’s a sign that we need a better understanding...  


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