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Moses appointed twelve emissaries to scout out the Holy Land and return with a report. The representative for the tribe of Ephraim was Moses’ primary disciple, Joshua. Until this time, the lad’s name was Oshua. But Moses added a letter to his name and called him Joshua.
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B’haalotcha: Club Rules

June 4, 2017 – 1:05 am | Comments Off on B’haalotcha: Club Rules2,934 views
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The Hand-Book
When you first join a club, you obey all the club rules; you never make excessive noise and never smoke in public places. Yet, seniors at the club play fast and easy with rules, why is that? On your first day of high-school, you study the student-hand-book and memorize …

Yitro – When Student Becomes Teacher

January 18, 2011 – 2:58 pm | Comments Off on Yitro – When Student Becomes Teacher7,774 views
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Teaching and Giving
Did you know that Jews knew and studied the Torah well before G-d gave it at Sinai? The Torah was taught to Adam, who taught it to Seth who passed it to his children till it reached Abraham, who taught it to the Jews. (1) This begs the …

Vayechi: Let’s Stand Up For Eternal values

December 15, 2010 – 8:06 pm | Comments Off on Vayechi: Let’s Stand Up For Eternal values2,901 views
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The Oldest Trade
A 2011 case in the Ontario Superior Court has attracted media attention. Practitioners of the oldest trade known to man argued in court that laws prohibiting their trade place them in harm’s way and are unconstitutional. A lower Ontario court agreed and struck down these laws, effectively decriminalizing …