Let My Land Rest! – Behar-Behukotai
A law that could not have been written by humans.
A Mother Cow and Her Calf – Emor
A simple law that tells us a lot about God, Torah and ourselves.
All Good Things Need Boundaries – Acharei-Kedoshim
The finest wine is no good without a bottle to contain it.
When One’s Skin Became One’s Teacher – Tazria-Metzora
Leprosy in the Torah had nothing to do with the illness known as a leprosy today.
When God Makes an Appearance – Shemini
Why did the Divine Presence appear on that day?
Why Moses Brought Joseph’s Bones Out Of Egypt – Passover Final Days
Was this not a task Moses could’ve delegated?
A Passover Law That Mystified the Sages – Passover First Days
Even the Sages were confused until Hillel arrived.
When God Calls – Vayikra
Why on earth would we put God on hold?
With Bells On! – Vayakhel-Pekudei
The pomegranates and bells on the High Priest’s robe.
We Have Some Holy Waiting To Do – Ki Tisa
Let’s not be defined by an inevitable but momentary regression.
How Can the Almighty Dwell Within Little Ol’ Us? – Tetzaveh
God didn’t say He’d dwell “among us,” but rather “within us.”
Even Moses Can’t Do It Alone – Terumah
Table for Five: Terumah Edited by Salvador Litvak, the Accidental Talmudist And you shall erect the Tabernacle according to its proper manner, as you have been shown on the mountain. -Ex. 26:30 Rabbi Nicole Guzik, Sinai Temple It is often …