Rabbi Hanoch teller discusses how the Torah’s description of the spies’ journey in the Land of Israel teaches us the essence of what it means to live in the Holy Land.
Parshat Beha’alotcha, Aharon HaKohen is designated with the task of kindling the flames of the menorah, teaching us an important lesson about our relationship with those around us.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Beha’alotcha. From the exchange between Moshe Rabbeinu and his father in law, Yisro, we can learn a timely lesson of what is our ultimate goal in life.
The episode of the “sotah” in this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Nasso, provides us with an essential insight into who is truly deserving of blessing.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller discusses Parshat BaMidbar and explains that in the Torah the holiness of a Jewish family is emphasized in a concrete way.
Parshat Bamidbar presents the story of how the Jewish people received the Torah in the desert. There, we were removed from any outside societal influence. We learn from this how to define ourselves in today’s society.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses how the contrast between the story of the spies in Parshat Shelach, and the one found in the Haftorah, provides us with a proper lens focused on the Land of Israel.