Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg presents the secrets of non-verbal communication.
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.
Rebbetzin Heller provides a short thought on the weekly Torah parsha, Parshat Terumah.
Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller provides a short dvar Torah on Parshat Tetzaveh.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses the Torah outlook on speech: Our speech has the ability to bring us closer to Hashem.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses the laws of Shemittah and how they attune us to the inner reality of our world which is run by G-d.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses the Torah concept that the way in which we “walk” with G-d in return effects the way G-d will “walk” with us.
Rabbi Hanoch Teller talks about the combined parsha, Parshat Behar-Bechukotai. Rabbi Teller discusses the Torah perspective on the manner in which we view and act towards other people.
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 Hanoch Teller discusses Parshat BaMidbar and explains that in the Torah the holiness of a Jewish family is emphasized in a concrete way.
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 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.
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 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.
Rabbi Avishai David discusses the weekly parsha, Parshat Korach and how Korach’s problem was his misunderstanding of the significant distinction between kedusha and bechirah, holiness and choice.
Parshat Korach, Korach’s sons believed their father’s intentions and became champions of peace as seen in Tehillim.
In Parshat Chukat, we learn about Parah Adumah. The chok of Parah Adumah is in essence the mystery of death, where on one hand there is a spiritual loss and yet G-d Himself is completely within the picture.
Parshat Chukat, the episode of Moshe and the “Mei Meriva” sheds light on the role of Moshe Rabbeinu as our leader and the lessons of prayer he imparted to us.
The comparison, made by the Mishna, between Avraham and Bilaam teaches us a lifelong lesson in choosing to use our strengths in the right way.
Rebbetzin Heller discusses how Yehoshua’s performance as one of the “spies” and his subsequent leadership of the Jewish People teaches us how to live our lives within the boundaries of this world.
Rebbetzin Heller shares a short insight on time.
Mrs. Shira Smiles discusses this week’s parsha, Parshat Mattot-Masei. In this shiur, she speaks about how the tribes of Reuven and Gad wanted to settle by the Jordan river for the sake of their children. G-d blessed them with lots of cattle and it was therefore through taking care of their cattle that they served G-d. But, we must not lose focus that our children take precedence over everything.
Parshat Mattot-Masei, Rebbetzin Heller teaches that Hashem’s intention in bringing us to new places is for us to tap into the spiritual potential of each place.