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  • “We have not Lost our Hope”

    “We have not Lost our Hope”

    The complaint by Jeremiah the Prophet about the scourge of idol worship which was practiced by the Children of Israel takes on a special meaning in view of the spiritual revolution that took place during his lifetime. At the end of the era of the Fir...

  • He has Faith in You!!

    He has Faith in You!!

    Greetings from the Land of Israel. When we wake up in the morning, the first thing we recite is the “Modeh Ani” prayer: “I give thanks to You, everlasting King, who has compassionately restored my soul within me; great is Your faith...

  • BRIT OLAM, Prayer Book for Noahides

    BRIT OLAM, Prayer Book for Noahides

    We gave this prayer book the name “Brit Olam” (“Everlasting Covenant”), following the Torah’s description of the general covenant between the Creator of the World and mankind, as is written: “And the rainbow shall be seen in the cloud, and I will loo...

  • Before the Great Day Comes

    Before the Great Day Comes

    Elijah the Prophet offered Olah Sacrifices outside the Temple, seemingly performing a sin, in order to cause the children of Israel to repent their ways. And this indeed corresponds to the ruling of the halacha: A prophet can cancel a mitzva on a tem...

  • Purity of Awareness

    Purity of Awareness

      While the special Torah reading of Parshat Parah involves the purification of a single individual who is ritually impure, the Haftarah discusses the purification of the entire community (Ezekiel 36:16-38). Personal impurity is a halachic matte...

  • “These are What I Want”

    “These are What I Want”

    In the last chapter of Moreh Nevuchim the Rambam lists various opinions about the purpose of life. As far as he is concerned, the first three are not sufficient to justify life, since they are not uniquely relevant for a human being because of his in...

  • The Essence of the Temple

    The Essence of the Temple

    The Haftarah of the portion of Pekudai can be divided into two sections. In the first section, which is read by Sephardim and Yemenites (Kings I 7:40-50), the making of the vessels in the Temple is described as the work of two people: Hiram and Solom...

  • Why perform Maintenance in the Temple?

    Why perform Maintenance in the Temple?

    The maintenance in the Temple which was carried out by Jehoash, the King of Judah, in the twenty-third year of his reign (Kings II 12:7-16) took place in the year that Jehu, King of Yisrael, died (as is clear from verse 13:1). Evidently this was not ...

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