Emor Emor: Guard Your Tongue
Emor means “speak.” Speech is a powerful force that can be used to hurt or heal others. One of the most serious sins in the Torah is malicious gossip, known as lashon hara (evil tongue). Our Sages teach, “Three does lashon …
Leviticus Yom Kippur Edition: Living in a Mitzvah
A Hug From God
Bechukotai Bechukotai: The Ultimate Blessing
Is peace attainable in our time?
Behar Behar: Is It A Kindness or Commandment To Care For Our Neighbors?
Are Jews commanded to support impoverished non-Jews?
Emor Emor: Stoning The Blasphemer
Shall we really break bones because someone called out a name?
Kedoshim Kedoshim: Who On Earth Would Curse The Deaf?
Do we really need to be told that it’s wrong to hurt the differently-abled? YES!
Acharei Mot Achrei Mot: The Scapegoat
Who/What is Azazel and why are we sending him a goat on Yom Kippur?
Metzora Metzora: Words That Hurt, Words That Heal
The curious ritual of the tzara’at examination
Tazria Tazria: Welcome To The Tribe!
Why Does Circumcision Happen on the Eighth Day?
Shemini Shemini: When Is Silence The Best Answer?
Did Moses comfort his brother or offend him?
Tzav Tzav: Will We Nourish The Eternal Flame?
The flame did not go out when the Temple fell.
BeharBechukotai Behar-Behukotai: Let My Land Rest!
A law that could not have been written by humans.
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