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by Rabbi Yosef Kalatsky

If one is experiencing abundance and blessing in his life why does one not do everything within his power to acknowledge and serve Hashem? The answer is - that this is only an indication that the performance of t read more »
by Rabbi Eli Mansour

The parasha insight read more »
Because you did not serve Hashem, your G-d, amid gladness and goodness of heart. (28:47)

Simchah, joy, is the characteristic upon which our Sages have placed great emphasis. Indeed, it is one of the primary tenets upon which the concepts of Chass read more »
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ספר דברים פרק כו

(טז) היום הזה ידוד אלהיך מצוך לעשות את החקים האלה ואת המשפטים ושמרת ועשית אותם בכל לבבך ובכל נפשך:

רש"י על דברים פרק כו פסוק טז

(טז) היום הזה ה' אלהיך מצוך - בכל יום יהיו בעיניך ח read more »
Women's Corner
by Rabbanith Ruth Menashe

Let us look around us and examine the creation of the Al-mighty. Every creation has limits. Every single entity has boundaries. None will penetrate into a domain which doesn't belong to it. For istance: read more »
Friday
Elul 17 5770
August 27,2010
Parasha Ki Tavo/candlelighting 7:19

We learn in the beginning of the Parasha about Bikurim the 1st fruits of Yisrael that a persone. Must bring 2 the cohen in the Mikdash.The Midrash Rabah in Beraishit States read more »
The Weekly Parsha Podcast by Rabbi Chaim Brovender, WebYeshiva.org read more »
by Rabbi Label Lam

You will become an object of horror, an example, and an abject lesson among all the nations to which HASHEM will lead you. (Devarim 28:37)

Let us pause to marvel at the miraculous properties of this prophetic statement. In read more »
by Rabbi Mayer Friedman

“You shall come to whomever will be the priest in those days, and you shall say to him: I declare today to Hashem, your G-d, that I have come to the land that Hashem swore to our forefathers to give to us” (26:3)

The read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

One of the most bitter curses that the Torah describes in the tochacha that forms such a major portion of this parsha itself is that one’s labor and efforts, even all of one’s life struggles and sacrifices, will turn out to b read more »
by Rabbi Chaim Sunitsky

Question:

In this parsha (27:12-26) we read about the blessings and curses to be pronounced when our nation enters the Land of Israel. On each blessing[1] and curse we were supposed to answer “Amen”. As we know, since read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

parshat Ki Tavo

Every year I am impressed and frightened even more by the description of Jewish history that appears in this week's parsha. Ramban almost eight hundred years ago stated how wondrous and chilling the prophe read more »


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