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Israeli Elections Spiritual Significance – METZORA

Israeli Elections Spiritual Significance – M...

Lev. 14:1 – 15:33 || Malachi 3:4-24 [Mincha: Haggada Magid] Temple Talk Radio with Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute: Ten Crowns of the Month of Nisan A Pox on Your House: Understanding Parashat Metzora «The month of Nisan has arrived! Our sages teach that ‚In Nisan we were redeemed, and in Nisan we will be redeemed in the future.‘ This is the month of the Exodus from Egypt, soon to be commemorated...
VAYIGASH – Video Commentary On This Shabbat

VAYIGASH – Video Commentary On This Shabbat...

Genesis 44:18 – 47:27 || Ezechiel 37:15-28 Commentary by Rabbi Chaim Richman for The Temple Institute, Jerusalem, Israel: «The supernal sparks flew when Yehudah approached Yosef. Ready to engage in cosmic battle for the life of Binyamin, Yehudah’s anguish turned to joy when Yosef revealed his true identity. We all share in the joy of the reconciled and reunited brothers, and in the return of Yosef to his...
Shabbat NOACH also NOAH Readings and Video Commentary

Shabbat NOACH also NOAH Readings and Video Comment...

Hallel; Paraschat: Genesis 6:9 – 11:32 + Maftir: Numbers 28:9-15 Haftara: because of Rosch Chodesch Isaiah 66 (normaly 54:1-10) In this epic teaching of the opening two parashot of the book of Genesis, B’reishith and Noach, Rabbi Richman reveals what went wrong with a world so perfectly created that G-d Himself declared „It was very good,“ and how that world, within a span of ten generations descended...
From Jerusalem to Jerusalem Part 2 – Glueckel von Hameln

From Jerusalem to Jerusalem Part 2 – Gluecke...

by Israel Yaoz « From Jerusalem to Jerusalem Part 1 It is impossible to describe the exhilaration who befell the crowds, when letters arrived from Schabbatai Zwi (or Sabbatai Zevi, Shabbatai Zwi); all the young Portuguese (Jewish) men dressed themselves in their finest dresses, and wrapped themselves with green, silken ribbons, that was the livery company of Shabbatai Zwi, and thus they went all in their Synagogues...
Shabbat HaGadol TZAV Readings and Commentary

Shabbat HaGadol TZAV Readings and Commentary...

Leviticus 6:1–8,36; Malachi 3:4-24 by Michael Schneider, Jerusalem Commentary: The Shabbat before Passover is called „The Great Shabbat“ because we end our Torah Portion with Malachi 4:5, which says, „See, I will send you the prophet Elijah before that great (gadol) and dreadful (nora) day of the LORD comes.“ In this passage, which is the last prophecy in the Bible, we are shown a glimpse of...
Shabbat Parashat VaYigash Readings and Viedo-Commentary

Shabbat Parashat VaYigash Readings and Viedo-Comme...

Vayigash Genesis 44:18 – 47:27; Ezechiel 37:15-28 The Temple Institute Jerusalem Rabbi Chaim Richman says: His brothers were in shock when Yosef said „I am Yosef,“ thereby removing from their eyes the blinders preventing them from seeing G-d’s presence in every moment and in every action. So startled were they that they could not respond, they could not comprehend. Their souls left them. How much...