If the nations of the world would realize that their health, wealth and success depended on the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, they'd be forcing Jews to make teshuva and beg Hashem to rebuild the Temple. Enjoy this week's eye-opening mini-lesson on the Torah portion and have a lovely Shabbat!
We understand that leprosy and related afflictions to the body are the result of such transgressions as slander. What is the cause of leprosy in the fabric of one's clothing? Enjoy this week's 12-minute mini-lesson on the Torah portion Tazria-Metzora, and have a wonderful Shabbat!
What's so great about "The Great Shabbat", the Shabbat before Passover? Is an event that took place 3327 years ago still relevant to us today? See today's lesson to get your answer and much more, in light of current times...
Do you need another dvar Torah for your Shabbat table? Check out The Right Size, our elaboration on Parshat Tzav, this week's Torah portion.
Enjoy today's 21-minute lesson and have a lovely Shabbat!
This Shabbat - Shabbat HaChodesh and Rosh Chodesh Nissan - is the fourth of the special Shabbatot that precede Pesach. What's the connection between the mitzvah of sanctifying the New Moon and Passover? Enjoy today's mini-lesson and have a wonderful Shabbat!
Passover is less than three weeks away; in addition to getting our homes ready, we must also get ourselves ready. Today's lesson, along with the lessons of the coming two weeks, will help us prepare for this important holiday.
If we take a close look at our Redemption - the Geula - from slavery in Egypt, we see that it all started with gratitude. This is also a template for our final Redemption, may it come soon. Enjoy today's 45-minute lesson and have a fantastic new week!
The Midrash tells us that the "Red Cow" comes to clean up the mess that the "Golden Calf" made. How is this relevant to us today, and to our preparations for Passover? Enjoy this week's mini-lesson and have a wonderful Shabbat!