Weekly Torah Portion – aish.com

Articles on the weekly Torah portion, parsha, from beginner to advanced levels. Divrei Torah, inspiration, ethics and stories for all ages.

Va’eira- Parshah – Weekly Torah Portion

Blood, frogs, lice, hordes of wild animals, dying herds, boils, hail — all to get the Jews out of Egypt and Egypt out of the Jews… Also in Va’eira: the four expressions of redemption, Pharaoh as the ultimate frog, the difference between selfish martyrdom and true self-sacrifice, the meteorology of the soul, and Moses gets an answer (of sorts) from God on the ancient question of human suffering

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Articles on the weekly Torah portion, parsha, from beginner to advanced levels. Divrei Torah, inspiration, ethics and stories for all ages.

Parshat Shmot: God Loves Those Who Argue

A safe space is not one in which you silence dissenting views. I have become increasingly concerned about the assault on free speech taking place throughout the West, particularly in university campuses.[1] This is being done in the name of “safe space,” that is, space in which you are protected …

Parshat Vayigash: Jacob’s Elderly Appearance

Jacob’s life was shortened as a result of his complaint. The powerful book “Chassidic Tales of the Holocaust” tells the story of a mother and her daughter, Livia, who somehow managed to survive the war. Looking out for each other, encouraging each other day after horror-filled day, they made it …

Parsha Point Parshat Mikeitz: Trusting God – aish.com

Rabbi Ron Jawary was born in Melbourne, Australia and majored in economics and law at Melbourne University. He then studied Jewish law and philosophy at Aish Hatorah in Jerusalem and was ordained as a Rabbi in 1981.

Parsha Point Parshat Noach: The Olive Branch of Peace

“Noah built the ark and the rains fell for 40 days.” 314 days later, Noah sent out a dove and it returned with an olive branch in its mouth. The dove is symbolic both of the Jewish nation and of peace. It returned with an olive branch to show that, even after destruction, the Jewish people pick …

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Yahrtzeit of Rabbi Yisrael Abuchatzeira, the great Sephardic sage and kabbalist known as the Baba Sali (1889-1984). Born in Morocco, the Baba Sali made aliyah following the creation of the State of Israel, eventually settling in the Negev town of Netivot.

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Shabbat Shalom Weekly: Beshalach 5777 – aish.com

Since 1992, Rabbi Packouz is the author of Shabbat Shalom Weekly, with insights into life, personal growth and Torah. He transitioned from a Reform Judaism background to a fully Torah-observant life at age 22, via Aish HaTorah, where he was one of the founding five students.

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