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This week's Torah portion teaches us how the acts of one person, who many people ridiculed, belittled and disparaged, saved the entire Jewish People. Every person alive is ingrained with this same power…
 

 
By: Rabbi Lazer Brody
Date of recording: 7/5/2018
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:27:17
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  Shmini: Living Within Boundaries  
 
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 4/4/2021, 07:34
 
What was the sin of Nadav or Avihu that they deserved death? A person must live all areas of his life within boundaries defined by Torah. In this way, he can infuse holiness into his entire life.


 
  Shmini: Silence From Emuna  
 
By Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Update date: 4/4/2021, 07:34
 
It's easy to blurt out a hurtful or angry response to a distressful situation. We need to judge the situation with emuna. This was Aharon's response - his reaction to the tragic deaths of his two sons is silence! Silence in his mouth and in his heart.


 
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Update date: 3/13/2021, 19:34
 
We start to read about sacrifices in the mishkan, and what happens to the person who brings the sacrifice. The prayer and teshuva of the person is the main part of the sacrifice. G-d wants your heart!


 
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Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:33
 
From before Purim until Pesach, we are on a journey of purification. Parshat Parah is about purification of a Jew who came in contact with a corpse. Since we don't yet have the ashes of the Red Heifer for purification, we can do teshuva from simcha.


 
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Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:34
 
The mitzvah of teshuva brings its own reward! Over time, our repentance for past deeds deepens when we realize the cost of distancing ourselves from Hashem - this is doing teshuva on past teshuva.


 
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Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:35
 
Our efforts do not keep us alive, as seen on Shabbat when work is not done. We receive a second soul to desire and focus on Hashem and His will. One who humbles himself to follow Hashem's will, he receives wisdom (chochmah). This path is seen in Betzalel.


 
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Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:37
 
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Update date: 2/28/2021, 12:10
 
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Update date: 2/21/2021, 07:45
 
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