10 Kislev 5781 / Thursday, November 26, 2020 | Torah Reading: Vayeitzei
 
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Vayeitzei: What Dr. Atkins Didn  
  Vayeitzei: What Dr. Atkins Didn't Tell You  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 11/20/2020, 09:35
So while I agree with Dr. Atkins that physical health is related to one’s ability to refrain from certain foods, I came to realize...  


Va  
  Va'etchanan: The Big Bucks  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 7/25/2020, 21:57
Everybody loves a good cause. Many people donate hard earned dollars to the causes that call to them. The amount that is offered...  


From Mandelbaum Gate to Chut Shel Chessed  
  From Mandelbaum Gate to Chut Shel Chessed  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 7/6/2020, 07:12
Chut Shel Chessed Institutions was given the privilege of changing Mandelbaum Gate from a source of spiritual frustration to a fountain of spiritual growth.  


Individuality  
  Individuality  
By Rabbi Jacob Rupp
Update date: 7/5/2020, 14:11
Individuality is a gift, not a liability. The more we can learn to accept it, the faster our shortcomings become opportunities and the darkness in our lives become light…  


Pekudei: Vote of Confidence  
  Pekudei: Vote of Confidence  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 3/13/2020, 08:22
The pavement was still warm from the hot day as the shadows grew in the approaching evening. Barefoot and dirty, with multiple band-aids across my...  


Ki Tisa: Drawing a Line in the Sand  
  Ki Tisa: Drawing a Line in the Sand  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 3/7/2020, 20:51
For the average young American ambiguity and uncertainly seem constant. For the last fifty-some years, the soldiers of pluralism, liberalism...  


Tetzaveh: Something Wicked  
  Tetzaveh: Something Wicked  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 3/3/2020, 01:01
Were they stupid? Who would start a fight against God Himself? And yet Amalek did just that...  


Terumah - Building a Dream Home  
  Terumah - Building a Dream Home  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/22/2020, 20:11
The entertainment industry has made millions selling the fabulous life of the American celebrity. Many shows report on the lifestyles...  


Mishpatim: Look Before You Leap...Right?  
  Mishpatim: Look Before You Leap...Right?  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/17/2020, 23:16
When we trust Hashem, we find that it was not wrong or foolish to blindly accept those mitzvot we had not yet learned. “Buyer Beware” does not apply here.  


Yitro: Becoming One  
  Yitro: Becoming One  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/8/2020, 20:01
There is no union more beautiful or intimate than that which occurred at the base of Mt. Sinai. Rabbi Wolbe describes the giving of the Torah as the greatest...  


Tu B  
  Tu B'Shvat - Why Israel?  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/3/2020, 20:24
There I was, dressed in my ripped undershirt, wearing my old weight-lifting gloves, when I was asked a very difficult question. Unlike...  


Beshalach: Counting on a Miracle  
  Beshalach: Counting on a Miracle  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 2/2/2020, 15:10
Instead of looking online for miracles, let's reflect on the world around us rather than pass the day mindlessly in front of the boob-tube.  


Bo - PostIt Notes for the Soul  
  Bo - PostIt Notes for the Soul  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 1/25/2020, 19:50
Lots of people cry during graduations. Contemplating the sunset of any particular stage in life always causes me try to hold on to whatever I can...  


Shemot - Light My Fire  
  Shemot - Light My Fire  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 1/15/2020, 13:32
Let's ask some tough questions: what can we learn from the burning bush?  


The Tenth of Tevet - What it Means For Us Today  
  The Tenth of Tevet - What it Means For Us Today  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 1/9/2020, 00:50
We are so disillusioned by a world without the Beit Hamikdash that truth and fiction, sacred and profane blur before us. In our long exile, we have strayed so far..  


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