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Shabbat CHAYEI SARA Video Commentary...

Genesis 23:1 – 25:18 || 1 Kings 1:1-31 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Old age, the blessing of wisdom conferred upon one who has lived his life with love and kindness towards others, a true recognition of G-d’s presence in the world, is a gift for all of us to acquire, thanks to Avraham, who beseeched G-d to grant him old age and the wisdom to recognize the...

Shabbat VAYERA Video Commentary...

Genesis 18:1 – 22:24 || 2 Kings 4:1-37 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Avraham dedicated his entire life to sharing the good news that there is One G-d in the world, and that all we have comes from Him. Avraham sought out wayfarers and passers-by, invited them in, showered them with kindness and insisted that his guests give thanks only to G-d, Creator of the world»…more: Shabbat...

Shabbat LECH LECHA Video Commentary...

Genesis 12:1 – 17:27 || Isaiah 40:27 – 41:16 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Avraham wasn’t just the biological ancestor of the nation of Israel. He wasn’t merely a migrant seeking a new land. And his name wasn’t simply chosen out of a hat by G-d to receive the commandment of lech lecha – „go for yourself“ – on a journey....

NOACH – Does US-Trump trumps all the Islamic...

? – A questioning commentary on Parashat NOACH by Eric Martienssen Genesis 6:9 – 11:32; Isaiah 54:1 – 55:5 According to Wikipedia (click it’s entire article ► here) Nûḥ ibn Lamech ibn Methuselah (Arabic: نوح‎, translit. Nūḥ‎), known as Noah in the Old Testament, is recognized in Islam as a prophet and apostle of God (Arabic: AllÄh). He is a highly important figure in Islamic tradition,...

5777 Shabbat Bereshith Video Commentary...

Genesis 1:1 – 6:8 || Isaiah 42:5 – 43:10 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «Do you believe that G-d created the world? If you do, then this points to something much more significant: You believe in yourself, your importance to the G-d who created you, and your responsibility to conduct your life in accordance to the spark of the Divine with which G-d has entrusted...