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Michelangelo once said, “I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.”
The essence of every Jew is a beautiful perfect soul. It is unmarred by ego, immaturity, insecurity, obsession, or any other form of human weakness. This beautiful soul, more pristine than the angel in …

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Terumah: How To Make A Sanctuary

January 30, 2011 – 4:19 am | Comments Off on Terumah: How To Make A Sanctuary2,489 views
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Four Elements
The tabernacle Moses was commanded to erect comprised the four basic elements, inanimate, vegetative, animate and human. The floor was desert sand, representing the inanimate element. The walls were wooden, representing the vegetative element. The roof was of animal hide, representing the animate element and the people that worshiped …

Yitro: The Vanishing Letters

February 1, 2010 – 2:29 am | Comments Off on Yitro: The Vanishing Letters2,620 views
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Four Reviews
Our sages taught before appearing at Sinai, G-d reviewed the Ten Commandments four times. (1) What is the significance of these four reviews and what can we learn from this in terms of the vanishing letters??


B’Midbar: The Jewish Father

May 17, 2009 – 4:00 am | Comments Off on B’Midbar: The Jewish Father3,150 views
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And The Mothers?
When the census was taken in the desert, families were recorded by the names of their fathers. Now that’s unfair! Who insisted on having these children in Egypt over their husbands’ protests? Who defied Pharaoh’s decree and risked their lives to carry, birth and nurse these children? Now …