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Parashat VaEtchanan Video Commentary...

Deuteronomy 3:23 – 7:11 || Isaiah 40:1-26 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: „It’s all about the love between our Father and His children Israel, which He expresses unabashedly as He presents to Israel every good reason under the sun to live by His Torah in the Land of Israel“…more: Shabbat Shalom

Parashat DEVARIM – Tisha b’Av 2016: A ...

Devarim/Deuteronomy 1:1 – 3:22 || Yeshayahu/Isaiah 1:1-27 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: „As we get closer to our goals, forces which oppose our progress rear their ugly heads and try to thwart us. This was true of the children of Israel who had to defeat the twin threats of Og and Bashan before entering the land, and this is true of us today, who must slay the demons...

Israel: MATOT – Galut: PINCHAS Readings...

Israel: Matot (Numbers 30:2-32:42) Galut: Pinchas (Numbers 25:10 – 30:1): Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: »Divesting himself of any personal interests, Pinchas stands up, enters the fray and stops the plague devastating his brothers. He has literally outdone himself and achieves a new reality. So too, the daughters of Tzelaphchad petition Moshe and G-d Himself, out...

Israel: PINCHAS – Galut: BALAK Readings...

Israel: Pinchas (Numbers 25:10 – 30:1) Galut: Balak (Numbers 22:2-25:9): Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: »What was it about the nation of Israel, perched on the east bank of the Jordan river, just weeks away from entering the land, that so terrified Balak and Bilaam and the rest of the players and power brokers that made up the nations of the world? Was it an impending...

Israel: Balak – Galut: Chukat Readings...

Israel: Balak (Numbers 22:2-25:9) Galut: Chukat (Numbers 19:1-22:1): Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: »The red heifer is the symbol of the reality of life, as opposed to the illusion of death that can grip us and render us unfit to stand in the presence of the Shechinah which fills the Holy Temple and its courtyards. The lives of Moshe, Aharon and Miriam, whose deaths occur...