by Rabbi Mordechai Aderet

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by Rabbi Ya'aqob Menashe

"You are children to the L-rd your G-d" (Debarim 14:1). The custom of the Amorites (one of the seven nations who dwelt in Cana'an), was to make this world the sole focus (iqqar). Therefore, according to this, when som read more »
You are children of Hashem your G-d. (14:1)

This statement comes in the context of the Torah's prohibition of self-mutilation for the deceased. It can be understood in at least three aspects, all true:

1. Because you are under My especial car read more »
Dear Fellow Jew,

The Torah tells us that a person should choose between good and evil, right and wrong, "Blessing and Curse". All of us, as humans, have the option to choose our path.

This weeks Parasha, However, points out that one should read more »
Parshat Re'eh

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A Godly Minority

In this week's parsha, the Torah presents the ultimate challenge to any minority group living in a society where the majority culture, mores and lifestyle differ radically from those of that particu read more »
Rabbi Frand

A Spoon and a Handle

"For you shall surely open your hand to him." (Devarim 15:8)

First, the Torah tells us (15:7), "If there be a pauper among you, one of your brethren, in one of your gateways in your land that God your L read more »
What we can learn from water
Women's Corner
by Rabbanith Ruth Menashe

Fire and water are two powerful entities. They both have a positive side to them and a negative side. We are all aware of the many positive functions of each of these elemen read more »
Life: The School of Growth

ספר דברים פרק יא

כו) ראה אנכי נתן לפניכם היום ברכה וקללה:

כז) את הברכה אשר תשמעו אל מצות ידוד אלהיכם אשר אנכי מצוה אתכם היום:

דעת זקנים מבעלי התוספות על דברים פרק יא פסוק כז

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Re-eh: G-d sees but cannot be seen
by Rabbi Ya'aqob Menashe

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"Take heed lest you offer your burnt offerings in every place that you will you see". (Debarim 12:13)

The Abrabanel writes that he o read more »
And you shall eat before Hashem, your G-d,… the tithe of your grain, your wine, and your oil… so that you will learn to fear Hashem… (14:23)

Daas Zekeinim emphasize the "your" part of the grain, wine and oil. They explain that the pasuk conveys read more »
by Rabbi Label Lam

You shall follow after HASHEM your G-d, and Him you shall fear and His Mitzvos you shall keep and to His voice you should hearken and Him shall you serve and to Him you should cleave. (Devarim 13:5)

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by Rabbi Chaim Sunitsky

The laws of the prohibition of idolatry

1. The laws of the prohibitions of the objects of idolatry were already discussed in Parshas Vayishlach, here we will talk about the prohibitions against the idolatry itself and read more »
by Rabbi Berel Wein

Seeing is believing and the first word in this week’s parsha is r’eih –see. The Torah is evidently of the opinion that belief can be obtained by seeing life and events. There are things that are self-evident, and that by view read more »

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