15 Tishrei 5782 / Tuesday, September 21, 2021 | Torah Reading: Sukkot
 
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Haazinu: The Rock of Israel  
  Haazinu: The Rock of Israel  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 9/11/2021, 21:14
When justice is rendered in a human court, it will unavoidably affect others. The court cannot abandon justice for the sake of mercy…  


Nitzavim - Vayelech: Choose Life  
  Nitzavim - Vayelech: Choose Life  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/29/2021, 04:52
The poor, lonely neshama, distant from its Heavenly Source, has nothing from this physical world to encourage its growth and development....  


Ki Tavo: The Importance of Thanks  
  Ki Tavo: The Importance of Thanks  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/21/2021, 21:01
Gratitude is fundamental to our relationship with God. Hashem showers us with every good thing: life, sustenance, health, livelihood..  


Ki Teitzei: God Helps  
  Ki Teitzei: God Helps  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/14/2021, 21:10
Hashem is ready and willing to help us remove the load that weighs us down. If we fall, He will help us get back up again!  


Shoftim: No Bribery!  
  Shoftim: No Bribery!  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 8/6/2021, 06:57
Not being attuned to religious issues at the time, I didn’t give much thought to the point my biology professor was trying...  


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  Re'eh: You Never Lose From a Mitzva  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/31/2021, 21:48
Someone may think: “Okay, so I’ll start a new business. I’ll avoid horticulture and turn to financial instruments to make a living...  


Ekev: Love of God  
  Ekev: Love of God  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/25/2021, 04:39
Everyone has his special moments of connecting to the beauty of nature, whether it is while contemplating a waterfall or...  


Va  
  Va'etchanan: Tangible Emuna  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/19/2021, 07:39
We should never be ashamed of asking Hashem for even the simplest material requests, especially if we need them for a mitzvah...  


Devarim: How to Give Rebuke  
  Devarim: How to Give Rebuke  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/11/2021, 04:59
Having been burnt once before, he was understandably reluctant to rebuke the people. He began his rebuke in a couched language...  


Matot-Masei: Anger Destroys  
  Matot-Masei: Anger Destroys  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 7/3/2021, 21:41
We can turn down the heat by emulating the humblest man who ever walked the earth, who became angry (and with good cause) only three times in forty years!  


Pinchas: The Zealot and Peace  
  Pinchas: The Zealot and Peace  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 6/27/2021, 04:20
It is understandable that such a philosophy would have a great attraction for the Children of Israel. The ‘hippy movement,'...  


Balak: Bilaam  
  Balak: Bilaam's Hypocrisy  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 6/20/2021, 04:24
How did having a prophet such as Bilaam alleviate the nations’ complaint? After all, they could still claim that if God had given...  


Chukat: The Most Sublime Pleasure  
  Chukat: The Most Sublime Pleasure  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 6/13/2021, 10:05
A man has many different types of desires. Sweet enjoyments impress one’s body in illusive pleasures, and bring a certain measure...  


Korach: Korach  
  Korach: Korach's Rebellion  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 6/6/2021, 04:26
Korach began an outright rebellion, which attempted to overthrow Moshe (Moses) and Aharon (Aaron) as leaders of the nation....  


Shlach Lecha: The Sin of the Spies  
  Shlach Lecha: The Sin of the Spies  
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 5/30/2021, 04:55
This follows the principle elucidated by the Sages: “One who desires to defile himself is given permission by Heaven.”  


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