Different sectors within Judaism read different versions of the Haftarah for this week’s Torah portion. Ashkenazim read from the verse starting, “And Yaacov fled” [Hosea 12:13], until the end of the book (14:10). The Sephardim and t...
The Twenty-Seventh of Marcheshvan – a holiday for Noahides, on the date that Noach left the ark and received the Seven Mitzvot. Download “Humanity Day”, pdf ...
We read in the Haftorah this week, “And Adonijah Ben Haggith rose up and said, I will be king” [Kings I 1:5]. At first glance, Adonijah had all the proper credentials to take over the kingdom. He was the fifth son of David, after Avshalom...
There are two ways to serve G-d, either as a slave or as a son (Introduction to Shaar Hahakdamot, by Rabbi Chaim Vital, 1:3). The first one, labor as a slave, is a technical activity, which only requires the person to perform the specified duties. On...
"From any man whose heart leads him to contribute shall you take My contribution" (Exodus 25, 2).
"Let everybody call out in the Name of God and worship Him in unison" (Zephaniah 3, 9).
"And God will be King over the whole world" (Zechariah 14, 9).
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