The order of the tribes is like the order of procession of Yaakov Aivnu’s funeral. why?
Relationship with Hashem
The uniqueness of Jewish lineage, ‘Yichus’.
In this class Rebbetzin Leah Kohn discusses the Chronological order of the Torah
In this class (shiur) on Parshat Bamidbar, Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses the distinct flags and the specific placement within the encampment of each of the tribes and how it relates to every Jew’s unique strengths and mission on this world.
In this class (shiur) Rebbetzin Leah Kohn discusses the connecting thread throughout Chumadh Bamidbar
In this class (shiur) on Parshat Bamidbar Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses the counting of the tribe of Levi and the significance of inspiring our children to love Hashem
Mrs. Shira smiles gives us insight into Parshat Bamidbar.
On Parshat Bamidbar, Mrs. Shira Smiles examines the seeming contradiction in the way the count of the Jewish people is established. Mrs. Smiles speaks about the dichotomy of each person being part of a whole and at the same time, an individual.
Mrs. Chana Prero discusses the jobs of the Leviim in the Mishkan (Tabernacle) and Beit Hamikdash (Temple).
In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Hershel Reichman discusses the reasons of G-d counting the Jewish People in this week’s parsha.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller explicates the storyline of Parshat Bamidbar, including the counting of the Jewish people, the encampments, and the tasks of the Levites in carrying the Mishkan.
Mrs. Chana Prero discusses the tasks of the Levites in the Mishkan and in the Temple, and explains the connection between the Bechorim, the firstborns, and the Levi’im.
On Parsha Bamidbar, Mrs. Shira Smiles speaks about the pasuk that describes the job of El’azar in preparing the mishkan to be carried through the desert, and what one can learn from this in preparation for Shavuot.
The Shem MiShmuel explains in reference to this week’s parsha the unique connection every Jew has to the entire Jewish People
Mrs. Shira Smiles speaks about Parshat Bamidbar.
The fire, water, and desert that accompanied the Jews during their sojourn for forty years, symbolize deep lessons of devotion to G-d, passion for spirituality, and a willing to sacrifice oneself to fulfill G-d’s Will. We can incorporate these powerful lessons into our daily lives, to become more passionate, spiritually-focused people.
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.