Why said to count Omer the day after Shabbas?
Show Bread Ideas – the Lechem HaPanim
Why we eat apples on Shabbas Night
Exploring the mitzvah of Kiddush Hashem, sanctifying Hashem’s Name.
In this class (shiur) on Parshat Emor, Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses the role of the kohen gadol and the definition of greatness.
On Parshat Emor, Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses that how much we try to accomplish in our service of Hashem is less important than the wholeness and perfection of mind toward that service.
On Parshat Emor, Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses the lessons which can be learned from the episode of the blasphemer. By studying the causes of his deed, we can each correct parts of our actions and thoughts, especially the midda of ‘leitzanut’, mockery, to enrich our mitzva observance and our relationship with Hashem.
Mrs. Chana Prero discusses the mitzvah of Peah, leaving a corner of one’s filed unharvested, to benefit the poor. The mitzvah is mentioned in the previous parsha as well. Mrs. Prero explains the root of this mitzva, and analyzes its repetition in the Chumash.
Based on the double usage of the instruction to tell the Kohanim in the first passuk, Rabbi Reichman discusses the connection between intellect and emotion and how to bridge the gap.