Weekly Torah Portion

Emor – The Power of Positivity

Emor – The Power of Positivity

Vayikra, 24:10: The son of an Israelite woman went out – and he was the son of an Egyptian man…
Spirituality and Meditation from a Jewish Perspective

Spirituality and Meditation from a Jewish Perspective

The Torah records the tragic and untimely death of Aharon’s sons Nadav and Avihu. According to the Torah’s description, their…
Acharei Mot – The Value of Life

Acharei Mot – The Value of Life

Vayikra, 18:5: “And you will guard My statutes and laws, that you will do them and you will live by…
Shemini – Moshe’s Seven Days as Kohen Gadol

Shemini – Moshe’s Seven Days as Kohen Gadol

Vayikra, 9:1: “And it was on the eighth day, Moshe called to Aaron and his son and the Elders of…
Parshat Shemini – Against The Flow

Parshat Shemini – Against The Flow

Apart from the fact that a kosher fish has to have fins and scales, if you see a fish swimming…
Lech Lecha – The Test of a Lifetime

Lech Lecha – The Test of a Lifetime

Most people will never face a test on the level of the Akeidah, but they will certainly face their own…
Lech Lecha – Preserving the Holy Foundation

Lech Lecha – Preserving the Holy Foundation

Each and every Jew is loaded with diamonds, make sure to not let anything set in so deep that it…
Noach – Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach

Noach – Teaching to Learn, Learning to Teach

When a person teaches others he feels more of a necessity to gain clarity in his learning, so he can…
Bereishit: Torah – The Guide to Life

Bereishit: Torah – The Guide to Life

The purpose of the Torah is to teach us how to live, and this purpose is so important that it…
Nitzavim – Repentance from Joy

Nitzavim – Repentance from Joy

While teshuvah (repentance) is serious business and may require us to confront some uncomfortable truths, the predominant tone is one…
Ki Tavo – Happiness and Peace

Ki Tavo – Happiness and Peace

When a person lacks joy in spiritual pursuits, he is more interested in transient pleasures such as honor, power, money…
Ki Teitzei – Learning Torah and Repentance

Ki Teitzei – Learning Torah and Repentance

A person can be doing the worst sins, but as long as he is still somehow connected to Torah learning,…
Awareness in Judaism

Awareness in Judaism

The purpose of our lives is to bring G-d into the world through our actions
Rabbi Baruch Rosenbloom – Va’etchanan with English Subtitles

Rabbi Baruch Rosenbloom – Va’etchanan with English Subtitles

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Judaism’s 9 Step Program for Life – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Judaism’s 9 Step Program for Life – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Rabbi YY Jacobson with remarkable lessons for life based on Moshe Rabbeinu's final presentation to the Jewish People
Yehoshua – The Model Student

Yehoshua – The Model Student

Make a sincere effort to connect with a true Torah Scholar
Mattot – The Rashness of The Children of Gad and Reuven

Mattot – The Rashness of The Children of Gad and Reuven

More interesting insights on The Weekly Torah Portion from Rabbi Yehonasan Gefen
G-d Is “Lonely” Without You: A Simple Prayer Shakes the Heavens – Rabbi YY Jacobson

G-d Is “Lonely” Without You: A Simple Prayer Shakes the Heavens – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Does G-d need your prayers? What is the effect of your prayers? Rabbi YY Jacobson with inspiring lessons for life…
Pinchas – The Difference Between Shimon and Levi

Pinchas – The Difference Between Shimon and Levi

Shimon and Levi did identical actions, but their root motivations were so different that they led to drastically divergent behavior…
The Crouching Lion & the Tattooist of Auschwitz – Rabbi YY Jacobson

The Crouching Lion & the Tattooist of Auschwitz – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Why did Balaam compare the Jewish People to a crouching lion? Rabbi YY Jacobson with remarkable lessons for life based…
Parshat Chukat: How to Face the Challenges of Life – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Parshat Chukat: How to Face the Challenges of Life – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Challenges are a part of everyday life. Rabbi YY Jacobson provides strategies and guidelines for overcoming these challenges, based on…
Korach – The ‘Holiness’ of Korach and His Assembly

Korach – The ‘Holiness’ of Korach and His Assembly

A powerful lesson for life from this week's Torah Portion; Never give up on any Jewish Soul
Singing in the Abyss: Parshat Korach – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Singing in the Abyss: Parshat Korach – Rabbi YY Jacobson

What was the fate of Korach's children? What was Korach's mistake? Rabbi YY Jacobson shares inspiring lessons for life based…
Don’t Be Afraid of Success: A Different Reading on the Story of the Spies – Rabbi YY Jacobson

Don’t Be Afraid of Success: A Different Reading on the Story of the Spies – Rabbi YY Jacobson

What was the calculation of the spies? What prevents us from being successful? Rabbi YY Jacobson with remarkable life lessons…
Naso – The Power of Vision

Naso – The Power of Vision

Learn about the powerful influence of vision on one's behavior
Bamidbar – Moshe’s Sons

Bamidbar – Moshe’s Sons

Teaching others over and above one's actual obligation
Behar – Why we Keep Shemittah

Behar – Why we Keep Shemittah

The reason for keeping Shemittah is not because there is nothing to lose, but because the Torah commands it
Emor – The Joy of the Mitzvot

Emor – The Joy of the Mitzvot

Our children will inevitably see others of different levels of Torah observance and standards, however if they are taught that…
Kedoshim – Waiting Three Years

Kedoshim – Waiting Three Years

Nowadays, one can respond to an email, whatsapp or text message immediately , which poses is a great risk of…
Shemini – The Chasida: Effective Kindness

Shemini – The Chasida: Effective Kindness

Performing kindness with others can be a tremendous tool in educating one’s own children. If the right balance can be…
Pekudei – The Positive Aspect of Destruction

Pekudei – The Positive Aspect of Destruction

There are positive aspects to even the most tragic occurrences in life
Ki Tisa – The Leftover Ink

Ki Tisa – The Leftover Ink

When Moshe wrote the original Sefer Torah which HaShem dictated, there was a little drop of ink left over. HaShem…
Terumah – Pure Motives

Terumah – Pure Motives

An indication of the internal level of a Torah student is his willingness to undergo discomfort in order to learn…
Mishpatim – Torah and Morality

Mishpatim – Torah and Morality

Moral teachings originate from a Divine source
Yitro – Using Criticism in the Right Way

Yitro – Using Criticism in the Right Way

Yitro used his critical nature to question whether he was living in the correct way and to search for the…
Beshalach – The Good Deed of the Jews Leaving Egypt

Beshalach – The Good Deed of the Jews Leaving Egypt

What were the Jewish People busy doing as they left Egypt? A fascinating lesson from the Weekly Torah Portion
Bo – The Plagues and The Boundaries

Bo – The Plagues and The Boundaries

How did the plagues of frogs and locusts solve border disputes between the Egyptians and other nations?
God is Black

God is Black

The very highest aspect of the unifying Creator of all universes is ultimately a quiet blackness
Va’eira – The Plague of Wild Animals

Va’eira – The Plague of Wild Animals

Each animals’ natural climate accompanied it to Egypt, so that they would feel comfortable and not be inhibited in attacking…
Shemot: Yosef and The Burning Bush

Shemot: Yosef and The Burning Bush

The burning of the bush symbolized the great suffering that the Jewish people would suffer in the Four Exiles, yet…
Vayigash – Yosef’s Self-Control

Vayigash – Yosef’s Self-Control

Yosef had remarkable presence of mind and calmness at times where most people would feel agitated and disconcerted
Mikeitz – Sorcery and Segulos

Mikeitz – Sorcery and Segulos

Why is it so important for Yosef to convey to his brothers his reliance on sorcery?
Vayeishev – Spiritual Genes

Vayeishev – Spiritual Genes

While the spiritual genes that a person inherits do have an effect on him, they need not define him
Vayishlach – Guarding the Mitzvot

Vayishlach – Guarding the Mitzvot

Transform your mundane actions into mitzvot transfused with spirituality
Toldot – The Battle for Two Worlds

Toldot – The Battle for Two Worlds

What were Yaakov and Esav fighting over? Rabbi Gefen with insights to Rashi on the Parsha
Parsha Time: Vayeirah

Parsha Time: Vayeirah

A fun sing along that makes learning the Weekly Torah Portion a joy for kids and parents alike
Abraham Chooses Kindness – What it Means to be Spiritual

Abraham Chooses Kindness – What it Means to be Spiritual

“The importance of being hospitable to a bunch of heathen idolaters is greater than receiving the presence of God Himself”
Nitzavim – The Torah is Very Near to Us

Nitzavim – The Torah is Very Near to Us

After a lengthy admonition regarding the consequences of not following the Torah, Moshe Rabbeinu assures the people that despite the…
Re’eh – The ‘Kosher’ Signs

Re’eh – The ‘Kosher’ Signs

A remarkable lesson for life based on the ‘kosher’ signs mentioned in the verses
Mattot – The Purpose of Learning Torah

Mattot – The Purpose of Learning Torah

Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky shlit’a sheds light on the significance and purpose of learning Torah
Balak – Animal Rights

Balak – Animal Rights

The Torah perspective of our attitude to animals
Chukat – ‘Killing’ Oneself for the Torah

Chukat – ‘Killing’ Oneself for the Torah

What does it mean that a person should ‘kill’ himself for the Torah?
Shelach – Love of The Land

Shelach – Love of The Land

Just like we must strive to avoid negativity about our fellow man, we must also avoid negativity about the Holy…
Can I Have More Pain? Bring it On!

Can I Have More Pain? Bring it On!

Sometimes you can find the greatest happiness in the most unlikely places
Vayechi All Wrapped Up: Blessing our Children

Vayechi All Wrapped Up: Blessing our Children

Why bless our children to be like Ephraim and Menashe more than any of the other tribes?
Bereishit – Keeping the Negative Inclination at Bay

Bereishit – Keeping the Negative Inclination at Bay

What is the secret to conquering the evil inclination?
Why is Peace so Important?

Why is Peace so Important?

It is the container to hold all blessing
Torah; No Pain, No Gain- Ekev

Torah; No Pain, No Gain- Ekev

The harder you work the more you attain plus you also cleanse yourself of sin
I’m A Mitzvah, Don’t Tread on Me: Eikev

I’m A Mitzvah, Don’t Tread on Me: Eikev

Small mitzvoth should not be taken lightly
Using All Our Resources to Serve G-d- Va’etchanan part 2

Using All Our Resources to Serve G-d- Va’etchanan part 2

We're required to use our heart, body, money and soul to serve G-d? How do we do it?
Our Relationship with G-d- Va’etchanan

Our Relationship with G-d- Va’etchanan

The Book of Devarim is full of how much G-d loves us
Can You Force Someone to Love You? Parshat Va’etchanan

Can You Force Someone to Love You? Parshat Va’etchanan

We love G-d because we understand how much he loves us
Your Words Have Power- Devarim

Your Words Have Power- Devarim

Unleash that power by thinking before you speak
Rivers Can’t Wash the Love Away

Rivers Can’t Wash the Love Away

We should aspire to have a passionate love for G-d, that’s what divine service is all about
History Repeats Itself – Parshat Balak

History Repeats Itself – Parshat Balak

The holy soul of Elijah the Prophet will return at the End of Days to balance out the situation once…
Polishing Diamonds

Polishing Diamonds

With a good eye you will spot the diamonds when everyone else sees dirt
Wherever I Am, I’m Responsible!

Wherever I Am, I’m Responsible!

People can't just do things and expect there will be no consequences
An Inexplicable Sin (Parshat Chukat)

An Inexplicable Sin (Parshat Chukat)

Anger has no place in our lives
Parshat Korach – Overcoming the Negativity Within

Parshat Korach – Overcoming the Negativity Within

We were all born with negative traits but we can ask G-d to help us repair them
When Evil Breaks Down Your Gates

When Evil Breaks Down Your Gates

When everything is going great, that’s when the evil inclination breaks through your boundaries
Parshat Shelach: Seeing the Good

Parshat Shelach: Seeing the Good

If you see the good you will speak it too
How Can You Light Up Your Life?

How Can You Light Up Your Life?

Talking to G-d is a skill you can learn which will light up your life
The More I Amassed the Emptier I Felt!

The More I Amassed the Emptier I Felt!

Be humble, one who acts with humility, develops his soul and his relationship with G-d attains true pleasure
Miriam’s Slander: Why Publicize the Sin?

Miriam’s Slander: Why Publicize the Sin?

Wouldn’t it be better to keep it hush to respect our leaders?
Beginning Talmud at an Older Age

Beginning Talmud at an Older Age

This is how Rabbi Akiva must have felt at age 40… I just hope I get a small fraction of…
Secure in G-d’s Embrace

Secure in G-d’s Embrace

Seeking comfort isn't always what we need
Parshat Behar: Shemittah, The Great Equalizer

Parshat Behar: Shemittah, The Great Equalizer

Just as everyone can partake of the fruit, everyone can partake of the Torah, we're all equal
Shabbat: A Rest of Truth and Faith

Shabbat: A Rest of Truth and Faith

If you want a more restful Shabbat strengthen your faith in G-d
“Rabbi I Need You to Permit This”

“Rabbi I Need You to Permit This”

In Emor G-d says: “These are MY holidays” they’re not putty in the hands of rabbis to bend and mold
The Countdown

The Countdown

Why do we count Sefirat HaOmer upwards instead of counting down till the giving of the Torah?
Capture the Light!

Capture the Light!

Capture the light of great moments in your heart, use it on bad days
The False Allure of the Rainbow Flag

The False Allure of the Rainbow Flag

Yesterday's taboo will be tomorrow's mitzvah
Emor: If I Harm You I’m Harming Myself

Emor: If I Harm You I’m Harming Myself

If Rabbi Akiva’s students got punished what can we expect? Are we better than those righteous students?
Just Your Heart and That’s Enough

Just Your Heart and That’s Enough

Who has the strength to fix their character during the counting of the omer? It's tiring and difficult. But there…
Offending Someone is a Double Edged Sword

Offending Someone is a Double Edged Sword

If I offend someone I hurt him, so it's forbidden. Is that all? If so, why does the Torah forbid…
Why Shouldn’t I Bear a Grudge?

Why Shouldn’t I Bear a Grudge?

Because we're commanded to rise above ourselves
Tazria: What is the Reason for Circumcision

Tazria: What is the Reason for Circumcision

I know beyond all shadow of a doubt that G-d did not create anything in vain, everything has a purpose
How Can I Sanctify Myself in My Daily Living?

How Can I Sanctify Myself in My Daily Living?

There's a strong link between the body and the soul. How can I take care of my body to positively…
Empowering the Soul for Parashat Shemini: Overcoming Difficulties

Empowering the Soul for Parashat Shemini: Overcoming Difficulties

What kind prince would we like as a king? One who has experienced only pleasures, or one who has experienced…
Kosher Lessons in Kindness

Kosher Lessons in Kindness

What's wrong with the stork the 'chasidah' who is always helping her friends. Why isn't this bird kosher?
Shabbat Hagadol: A Time for Prayer

Shabbat Hagadol: A Time for Prayer

Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi tells us what our prayers can achieve this auspicious Shabbat
Parshat Vayakhel: The Power of Community Activism

Parshat Vayakhel: The Power of Community Activism

A united community can bring us close to G-d in repentance.
Just Enough or Too Much?

Just Enough or Too Much?

Include others in the good you do if there's too much try to make it fit in!
Parshat  Ki Tisa  Parah    “Delay Tactics”

Parshat  Ki Tisa  Parah    “Delay Tactics”

What were Aaron's the Cohen's true motives in the Golden Calf episode?
The Transformative Light of Shabbat

The Transformative Light of Shabbat

Shabbat is that light and people are transformed and elevated from it. You too can be elevated by its light!
Jews Individual and United

Jews Individual and United

Michal Horowitz shares her message of what the priestly garments teach us of the strengths of our nation both individual…
Parshat Terumah    “I Want You”        

Parshat Terumah    “I Want You”        

Yes you! You are the potential resting place of the Divine Presence!
Parshat Terumah   “To Be or Not to Be?”

Parshat Terumah   “To Be or Not to Be?”

G-d creates and wants us to create too!
Parshas Terumah: Standing and Growing

Parshas Terumah: Standing and Growing

What is the message of the trees used for the Mishkan?
Teruma – The Half Measurements of the Ark

Teruma – The Half Measurements of the Ark

Beneath the seemingly mundane description of the vessels of the Tabernacle, the commentaries find great symbolism and depth in the…
Parshat Yitro “United We Stand”

Parshat Yitro “United We Stand”

Yitro understood that Israel would only benefit from Hashem’s kindness if there was unity
This Shabbat Is Auspicious For Healing

This Shabbat Is Auspicious For Healing

Even beyond the realm of the natural.
Parshat Beshalach “My Dad’s Oldsmobile”

Parshat Beshalach “My Dad’s Oldsmobile”

Appreciate the gifts G-d gives you and don't take them for granted!
Parshat  Beshalach    “The Natural in Supernatural”   

Parshat  Beshalach    “The Natural in Supernatural”   

In this week’s Parsha, the biggest miracle that ever occurred or will ever occur, is mentioned, the splitting of the…
What He Did for His Tefillin

What He Did for His Tefillin

And what his Tefillin did for him.
Parshat Bo    “Make No Bones About it” 

Parshat Bo    “Make No Bones About it” 

One of the first mitzvoth of the Torah, the Korban Pesach – Paschal Lamb offering, was given to the Jewish…
Kindness Makes a True Leader

Kindness Makes a True Leader

It made Moses, Aaron, Yocheved and Miriam into leaders and we too can do kindness and become true leaders.
The Correct Approach to Happiness

The Correct Approach to Happiness

Jacob changed only one word when he repeated Esau's words, but from that word you can learn a whole new…
Using the Weapons of Our Enemies Against Them

Using the Weapons of Our Enemies Against Them

From the "Noam Elimelech," Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk
Power of Love

Power of Love

Didn't Yitzchak realize who Eisav really was? How could Yitzchak love a child like Eisav? The Three Stooges, one percent,…
Eikev: Always Here

Eikev: Always Here

What is true love? What is our greatest fear? Why do we often feel like Hashem has abandoned us? How…
Fear, Love, and Awe in The Service Of Hashem

Fear, Love, and Awe in The Service Of Hashem

From the "Noam Elimelech," Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk.
Toldot – Eisav’s “Weariness”

Toldot – Eisav’s “Weariness”

Yaakov understood that Eisav was not worthy of inheriting Avraham’s mission. In one word, the Torah hints to us what…
The Value of Time

The Value of Time

A rivalry between Baghdad's wealthiest Jews leads to an unbelievable bet, the life of our magnificent matriarch Sarah, and killing…
The Tzaddik Blazes Paths and Removes Barriers

The Tzaddik Blazes Paths and Removes Barriers

From the "Noam Elimelech," Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk
A Fresh Start: Renewing the Service of G-d

A Fresh Start: Renewing the Service of G-d

From the "Noam Elimelech," Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk.
What Are The Odds?

What Are The Odds?

Kings, prophets, swords, and Sarah's laughter at the tiding of the angels.
Actualizing Our Hidden Potential

Actualizing Our Hidden Potential

From the "Noam Elimelech," Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk.
Tightrope Walking Through the World

Tightrope Walking Through the World

Chassidic rebbes and acrobats, promises and single-mindedness, and you.
Going Out of Ourselves: Perfecting Our Character Traits

Going Out of Ourselves: Perfecting Our Character Traits

From the Noam Elimelech, Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk.
10 Facts You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Noach

10 Facts You (Probably) Didn’t Know About Noach

Noach was born circumcised, he learned Torah, and the first person born with digits for fingers. 10 facts that you…
Lech Lecha – Our Patriarch Abraham’s Request

Lech Lecha – Our Patriarch Abraham’s Request

Although the Egyptian exile was to last for 400 years, our Patriarch Abraham was able to reduce it by one-third.…
Vayeira – What is More Important; Truth or Peace?

Vayeira – What is More Important; Truth or Peace?

Truth and peace are ultimate values in Judaism. But what happens when there is a conflict between them?
Chayei Sara – How Should You Choose a Partner?

Chayei Sara – How Should You Choose a Partner?

Eliezer knew exactly what important qualities to look for in a wife that would fit our father Isaac. But the…
Noach – The Secret for a Long Life

Noach – The Secret for a Long Life

To whom does G-d give long life with minimum hassle and grief? To those who know how to utilize it…
In the Beginning G-d Created: The Energy Behind the World’s Existence

In the Beginning G-d Created: The Energy Behind the World’s Existence

On Simchat Torah we concluded the Torah and began it anew starting with the Torah reading of Breishit: “In the…
Va’etchanan – The Ultimate Perception of the Land of Israel

Va’etchanan – The Ultimate Perception of the Land of Israel

In days to come the borders of the Land of Israel will stretch from the Nile River to the Euphrates…
Shoftim – What Testimony Will You Give?

Shoftim – What Testimony Will You Give?

Our sages teach us that the judgment in heaven is like judgment on earth, and both require two witnesses for…
Ki Tavo – The Road to Happiness

Ki Tavo – The Road to Happiness

How can we always be happy, despite all the difficult things that happen to us? The secret lies in the…
Nitzavim – There are Things That Will Always Be Hidden From Us

Nitzavim – There are Things That Will Always Be Hidden From Us

There are commandments we find easy to observe because they make sense to us. But how should we relate to…
Re’eh – You Have to See to Understand!

Re’eh – You Have to See to Understand!

There are no shortcuts in serving G-d. A person has to understand that only by consistently working on his character…
Eikev – What is the Way to Love G-d?

Eikev – What is the Way to Love G-d?

Our ability to love G-d is generated by our fear of G-d, which assists us in serving G-d even when…
Ha’azinu – Taste and See How Good It Is

Ha’azinu – Taste and See How Good It Is

The secret of education is not just the transmission of information from father to son, but primarily how it is…
Ki Teitzei – The Moral Lesson of ‘Sending Away the Mother Bird’

Ki Teitzei – The Moral Lesson of ‘Sending Away the Mother Bird’

When one meditates in the Torah’s commandments, one discovers wonderful insights. What does the commandment of 'Sending Away the Mother…
Va’etchanan – The Spiritual Quality of the Land of Israel

Va’etchanan – The Spiritual Quality of the Land of Israel

Why did Moses want so much to enter the Land of Israel? And what is the lesson for us, now…
Devorim: How to Administer Reproof – Rabbi Zamir Cohen

Devorim: How to Administer Reproof – Rabbi Zamir Cohen

Before his death, Moses taught the correct way to give over criticism so it will be accepted. What is the…
Ki Tisa: The Double-Edged Sword of Knowledge

Ki Tisa: The Double-Edged Sword of Knowledge

Knowledge can be used to further the cause of mankind, but it can also be used for destructive purposes. Are…
Tetzaveh: Improper Use of Company Resources

Tetzaveh: Improper Use of Company Resources

May an employee in a company utilize company resources which were allocated to him for his own personal benefit?
Teruma: Accepting Donations From Improper Sources

Teruma: Accepting Donations From Improper Sources

On his final day in office, President Clinton controversially pardoned a prominent Jewish financier and philanthropist who had committed financial…
Ethics in the Parsha-Mishpatim: Trade in humans is strictly forbidden

Ethics in the Parsha-Mishpatim: Trade in humans is strictly forbidden

The Torah permits slavery, but only in a way which maintains the humanity and dignity of the slave. Any trafficking…
Ethics in the Parsha – Parshat Yitro

Ethics in the Parsha – Parshat Yitro

Yitro gave Moshe advice on how to judge the people, but also offered some educational advice on how people should…
Ethics in the Parshah – Beshalach: Shabbat and Commercial Activity

Ethics in the Parshah – Beshalach: Shabbat and Commercial Activity

Why should economic activity cease on Shabbat? Why can't we go to the mall and have a good time on…
Ethics in the Parsha – Parshat Bo

Ethics in the Parsha – Parshat Bo

Can we justify the behavior of the Jewish nation in borrowing valuables from the Egyptians with no intention of returning…
Ethics in the Parsha – Va’eira: Free Choice in Business

Ethics in the Parsha – Va’eira: Free Choice in Business

Does a person have a choice when he is faced with awkward business dilemmas? What is the right way to…
Naso – The Miraculous Punishment of a Suspected Woman (Sotah)

Naso – The Miraculous Punishment of a Suspected Woman (Sotah)

She receives a miraculous punishment if she was guilty, or a miraculous reward if she was wrongfully suspected
Vayigash – Yosef’s efforts to maintain economic stability in Egypt

Vayigash – Yosef’s efforts to maintain economic stability in Egypt

The Torah dwells at length on Yosef's economic policy in Egypt during the years of famine. What lesson is it…
Ethics in the parsha – Mikeitz: coping with the famine

Ethics in the parsha – Mikeitz: coping with the famine

Yosef foresaw years of plenty followed by years of famine and also suggested a way of coping with the famine.…
Ethics in the Parshah – Vayishlach

Ethics in the Parshah – Vayishlach

A righteous man’s principles are compromised when he has to pay homage to an evil person. However there are times…
Ki Tisa – Watching the Property of Pilgrims to Jerusalem

Ki Tisa – Watching the Property of Pilgrims to Jerusalem

The Torah commands all Jewish males: three times in the year, drop your business affairs, your fields, your vineyards, your…
Shmittah – A Triple Crop in the Sixth Year

Shmittah – A Triple Crop in the Sixth Year

No one can possibly predict in advance with any certainty how much the crop will increase in years to come,…
Chayei Sarah – Business Ethics

Chayei Sarah – Business Ethics

When a buyer uses pressure tactics to persuade the seller to sell against his will, does this constitute unethical conduct?
Lech Lecha Associating with Evil

Lech Lecha Associating with Evil

May one work in a place whose values one does not identify with? A possible answer emerges from this Parsha.
Shelach – The Power Of Attitudes

Shelach – The Power Of Attitudes

The attitude with which a person enters into an endeavour or approaches a challenge, is highly significant in determining the…
Pinchas – Women of Virtue – Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi

Pinchas – Women of Virtue – Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi

In this week’s parshah we find wonderful role models of women who embodied the concept of emunah
Massei: Don’t Spare the Children – R. Yemima Mizrachi

Massei: Don’t Spare the Children – R. Yemima Mizrachi

Don't spare the childrena deep appreciation of what our nation has gone through
Strength Through Weakness

Strength Through Weakness

When I am about to depart this world, will I have such nachat seeing my children gathered around me
Vayeishev: Living With Peace of Mind

Vayeishev: Living With Peace of Mind

What is it like to have the peace of mind that Yosef Hatzaddik had, the peace of mind that Tamar…
Vayishlach: True Love

Vayishlach: True Love

When there’s true love, we start to focus on the tiny details of good in other people. When we choose…
Chayei Sarah – Living a Double Life

Chayei Sarah – Living a Double Life

How is it that Sarah Imeinu led a double life? Rabbanit Yemima Mizrachi explains how every woman has the capacity…
Vayeira – Holy Laughter

Vayeira – Holy Laughter

Laughter is a serious matter and we have to know how to use it correctly
Lech Lecha – Jewels Along The Way

Lech Lecha – Jewels Along The Way

Which of Abraham’s challenges was harder—the first or the last? R. Yemima Mizrachi with remarkable lessons for life based on…
Ha’azinu – Our Approach to Learning Torah

Ha’azinu – Our Approach to Learning Torah

Before a person studies Torah, he must be very careful not to lose sight of whose Torah he is learning
Haazinu – Never Give Up on Any Jew

Haazinu – Never Give Up on Any Jew

We should never give up hope that a person will come to recognition of the truth of the Torah. This…
Re’eh – Making the Effort

Re’eh – Making the Effort

A person who toils to understand the Torah receives great reward even if he fails to attain full clarity in…
Re’eh – Mourning: The Body and the Soul

Re’eh – Mourning: The Body and the Soul

The Torah's directives about mourning teaches not only about the correct attitude towards death, but how one should approach his…
Re’eh – The Value of Being Friendly

Re’eh – The Value of Being Friendly

A person receives nearly double as many blessings for speaking in a friendly manner as for giving money. Why is…
Sedom’s Attitude Towards Charity

Sedom’s Attitude Towards Charity

The behavior of the residents of Sedom stemmed from an ideology. To promote their cruel way of life, they instituted…
Bamidbar – The Importance of Teaching Torah

Bamidbar – The Importance of Teaching Torah

One who teaches Torah to his friend’s son is considered to have given birth to him
Behaalotcha – Understanding Intentions

Behaalotcha – Understanding Intentions

A person’s most passionate arguments may be a screen to hide his true intentions. How can a person develop the…
Balak – Money and Honor

Balak – Money and Honor

From Bilaam’s equating money with honor, it is clear that Bilaam had the more pernicious kind of love for money…
The Role of a Leader

The Role of a Leader

Yehoshua was the rightful successor of Moshe Rabbeinu because “he would come early to, and leave late from, the beit…
Shelach – May One Ask G-d to Help Him Refrain From Sin?

Shelach – May One Ask G-d to Help Him Refrain From Sin?

Praying for things beyond our control, such as health and livelihood, can be highly beneficial because those things are totally…
Naso – The Importance of the Individual

Naso – The Importance of the Individual

Why does the Torah enumerate the same information about the offerings of the Princes twelve times? Discover a fundamental lesson…
Chukat – Activity Versus Accomplishment

Chukat – Activity Versus Accomplishment

I’m busy - really busy. But sometimes I wonder if what I’m doing will make any difference in the long…
Korach – Making Peace

Korach – Making Peace

Anyone involved in a dispute is wrong to believe that he is totally in the right, because the Torah testifies…
Tazria – Purifying Our Speech

Tazria – Purifying Our Speech

How can a person recognize the spiritual damage one causes himself when he speaks lashon hara and the extent of…
Metzora – The Affliction of ’Tzoraas’ on the Houses

Metzora – The Affliction of ’Tzoraas’ on the Houses

Our Sages offer two seemingly contradictory explanations as to why Tzoraas will appear on someone’s house. Was it a form…
V’Zot HaBeracha – Completing The Torah

V’Zot HaBeracha – Completing The Torah

Even though we have completed the whole Torah, we should not feel that we do not need to repeat it…
Vayikra – Gift Offerings

Vayikra – Gift Offerings

Performing voluntary actions that involve placing Hashem's will before one's own desires, will bring a person to an increased love…
Tzav – The Temptations of Money

Tzav – The Temptations of Money

The Torah teaches us that even the High Priest is subject to the inclination of love for money
Shemini – The Benefit of Relationships

Shemini – The Benefit of Relationships

The Torah outlook is that a person should approach his relationships from a selfless point of view. He should focus…
Pekudei – The Value of the Tabernacle

Pekudei – The Value of the Tabernacle

The Parsha begins with a brief description of the Tabernacle and the people who were involved in its construction and…
Tetzaveh – Clothing of the High Priest

Tetzaveh – Clothing of the High Priest

The Talmud discusses how all of the Kohen Gadol's Vestements atoned for a particular sin; the Meil atoned for the…
Ki Tisa – Clearing the Confusion

Ki Tisa – Clearing the Confusion

How could the Jewish people stumble in such a severe sin; the sin of the Golden Calf, just forty days…
Vayakhel – One Deed Reflects On Another

Vayakhel – One Deed Reflects On Another

A person's actions in one area can reveal something about his actions in another area - the women’s willingness to…
Yitro – Sanctifying G-d’s Name

Yitro – Sanctifying G-d’s Name

Yitro taught us a great lesson in his journey to becoming a Jew. It is not enough to think about…
Mishpatim – Absolute Kindness

Mishpatim – Absolute Kindness

When a person is doing kindness for his fellow man it is essential that he strive to maximize the positive…
Terumah – Fighting Laziness

Terumah – Fighting Laziness

Why was God displeased with the Nesi'im? Their reasoning for delaying their donation seems to be very understandable - why…
Va’eira – Learning from Frogs

Va’eira – Learning from Frogs

The Talmud tells us that several hundred years later, the actions of the frogs who entered the ovens served as…
Bo – Stop and Think

Bo – Stop and Think

From Pharaoh's illogical behavior we can understand why people fail to change when they experience great events. They may even…
Beshalach – Freeing Ourselves

Beshalach – Freeing Ourselves

The Haggadah tell us, "If Hashem did not take our fathers out of Egypt, we and our children, and our…
Shemot – Responding to Divine Providence

Shemot – Responding to Divine Providence

If Hashem desires that a certain event take place then it is impossible to change His plans despite the greatest…
Mikeitz – Spiritual Kindness

Mikeitz – Spiritual Kindness

We learn from Yosef that kindness in the spiritual realm is on a higher level than on a physical realm
Vayigash – Yosef’s Reunion With Binyamin

Vayigash – Yosef’s Reunion With Binyamin

A deeper understanding of the long-term ramifications of the selling of Yosef
Vayechi – The Root of Sin

Vayechi – The Root of Sin

Given Reuven’s sincere repentance, why didn't Yaakov accept the fact that he regretted what he had done? Wouldn't this ultimately…
Vayeitsei – Waiting

Vayeitsei – Waiting

Yaakov Avinu understood that the time that stood in between his marriage to Rachel was not an obstacle, rather it…
Vayishlach – Education Through Encouragement

Vayishlach – Education Through Encouragement

Encouraging and showing faith in a wayward person is a key tool in helping him find faith in himself and…
Vayeishev – Yosef’s Dreams

Vayeishev – Yosef’s Dreams

Close analysis of Yosef's dreams can provide us with a deeper insight into how they caused such a rift amongst…
Vayeira – Using the Good for the Good

Vayeira – Using the Good for the Good

When a person excels in a certain area, he will find it very difficult to understand how others can exercise…
Chayei Sara – Relying on Miracles

Chayei Sara – Relying on Miracles

There's a well known principle: 'we do not rely on miracles.' When does this principle apply?
Toldot – The Source of Blessing

Toldot – The Source of Blessing

Yitzchak Avinu is blessed in his own merit only after he emulates his father and calls out in the name…
Bereishit – Finding the Truth

Bereishit – Finding the Truth

There are numerous applications to the concept of there being more than one valid truth. One is that a person…
Noach – The Importance of Gratitude

Noach – The Importance of Gratitude

The reason why ingratitude is such a serious flaw is that it contradicts the very foundations of Emuna and Torah…
Lech Lecha – Avraham’s Second Test

Lech Lecha – Avraham’s Second Test

Avraham Avinu’s tests teach vital lessons that apply to our everyday life. What can we learn from Avraham's second test?
Ki Tetzei – Your Brother and Your Enemy

Ki Tetzei – Your Brother and Your Enemy

The only acceptable type of ‘dislike’ is one that is focused on a dislike of the displeasing actions of the…
Nitzavim – The Choice of Life Over Death

Nitzavim – The Choice of Life Over Death

The choice between comfort and challenge is, in fact, the choice between associating with one’s body or soul. Life is…
Vayelech – Parenting

Vayelech – Parenting

When a parent recognizes that parenting is a tool for his own growth, his lifestyle is positively affected in many…
Shoftim – Judging People Favorably in Business

Shoftim – Judging People Favorably in Business

How is it possible to judge people favorably in business while being suspicious of their righteousness at the same time?
Ki Tavo – The True Source of Happiness

Ki Tavo – The True Source of Happiness

In the world to come, we will see with perfect clarity, how meaningless are those things that we put so…
Eikev – Adhering to the Wise

Eikev – Adhering to the Wise

It is essential for one’s spiritual well-being to learn from Torah scholars. The Sefer HaChinuch points out that this Mitzva…
Re’eh – How to Give to Others

Re’eh – How to Give to Others

The foundation of true kindness, is understanding our fellow’s needs and trying to fulfill them, rather than presuming that whatever…
Va’etchanan – Going Beyond the Letter of the Law

Va’etchanan – Going Beyond the Letter of the Law

One should strive to treat others beyond the letter of the law, even if he is not obligated to do…
Devarim – The Connection Between Calmness and Trust

Devarim – The Connection Between Calmness and Trust

What can we learn from the way Moshe rebukes the sin of the spies?
Mattot – Accepting Rebuke

Mattot – Accepting Rebuke

The rebuke of a tzaddik is of great value, however it seems that even the rebuke of a less righteous…
Massei – Developing Sensitivity Through the Mitzvot

Massei – Developing Sensitivity Through the Mitzvot

The prohibition to not kill may not seem relevant to most of us, yet the Maharal demonstrates that it teaches…
Paracha Express’ : Parachat Ki Tavo

Paracha Express’ : Parachat Ki Tavo

Ki Tavo ou la signification profonde des prémices
Paracha Express’ : Parachat Dévarim

Paracha Express’ : Parachat Dévarim

N'attendons pas les remontrances pour comprendre qu’Hachem nous parle dans chaque événement de notre vie.  
Rav Zamir Cohen sur la Paracha : Il réside solitaire, ce peuple

Rav Zamir Cohen sur la Paracha : Il réside solitaire, ce peuple

Si Hachem n'est pas en colère contre son peuple, personne ne peut le mettre en colère...
Paracha ’express : Parachat Balak

Paracha ’express : Parachat Balak

Pour quelle raison Moav a t-il eu si peur d'Israël ?
La crainte de Moav envers le peuple Juif

La crainte de Moav envers le peuple Juif

Lorsque les enfants d’Israël s’affaiblissent spirituellement, ils transmettent de la force à leurs adversaires qui, de vulnérables, deviennent soudain puissants…
Un dirigeant, un vrai

Un dirigeant, un vrai

Dans notre paracha, Hachem demande à Moché de compter les Bné Israël. Moché dénomme alors les chefs de tribus. Il…
D’une graine à une fleur, d’un os à un homme…

D’une graine à une fleur, d’un os à un homme…

La résurrection des morts est l’un des principes de base de notre foi. Si l’on a du mal à comprendre…
Paracha ‘Express : Parachat Emor

Paracha ‘Express : Parachat Emor

Si l’on veut s'avoir si nous éprouvons un véritable amour pour Hachem nous devons voir combien d’efforts nous sommes prêts…
Lever le voile…

Lever le voile…

Comment la moindre action peut influer sur la dimension spirituelle du monde
Le bien ou le mal : à nous le choix.

Le bien ou le mal : à nous le choix.

L’homme peut diriger ses choix et ses traits de caractère pour le bien ou pour le mal
Paracha Express’ : Parachat Vayikra

Paracha Express’ : Parachat Vayikra

L'appel d'Hachem et notre proximité avec Lui
Rav Zamir Cohen sur la Parachat Vayikra : L’alliance de sel

Rav Zamir Cohen sur la Parachat Vayikra : L’alliance de sel

Quel lien existe-t-il entre le sel et l’alliance qu’Hachem a contractée avec nous ?
Paracha Express’ Yitro : Ne désespère pas !

Paracha Express’ Yitro : Ne désespère pas !

‘’Oz VéHadarLévoucha’’ ‘Vêtue de force et de splendeur’’… Une femme forte, qui ne désespère pas, est vêtue de splendeur. Elle…
’’Torah Tsiva Lanou’’ – Rav Zamir Cohen

’’Torah Tsiva Lanou’’ – Rav Zamir Cohen

Pour quelle raison la Torah a t'elle été dévoilée à une multitude et quelle difference y a t'il entre les…
Paracha Express’ – Parachat BO

Paracha Express’ – Parachat BO

Juste avant Chabbat... retrouvez quelques commentaires courts et lumineux sur la Paracha de la semaine !
EXCLU HIDABROOT : RETROUVEZ LE RESUME DU COURS HEBDOMADAIRE DU GAON RAV ITSHAK YOSSEF CHLITA

EXCLU HIDABROOT : RETROUVEZ LE RESUME DU COURS HEBDOMADAIRE DU GAON RAV ITSHAK YOSSEF CHLITA

Comme chaque semaine, Hidabroot vous fait découvrir le résumé du cours hebdomadaire du Gaon Rav Itshak Yossef ! Cette semaine,…
Será que D’us recebe de nós ou nos concede a possibilidade de “dar” a Ele?

Será que D’us recebe de nós ou nos concede a possibilidade de “dar” a Ele?

Pergunta: Será que não havia naquele região sentimento para os seres humanos? Como os pais podem sacrificar seus filhos? Resposta:…
Toldot. Combien les épreuves sont précieuses…

Toldot. Combien les épreuves sont précieuses…

Comment Dieu emprisonne les individus ? A quoi servent la vieillesse et la maladie ?
Do fundo do poço para o céu

Do fundo do poço para o céu

Questionar sobre o sentido da vida da forma correta e como não ser influenciado negativamente pela sociedade em que vivemos.
Garantindo um bom lugar

Garantindo um bom lugar

Garantir um bom lugar com méritos espirituais de Mitzvoths, estudo da Torá e boas ações.
Parachat Michpatim

Parachat Michpatim

Priorité à la compassion : Dvar Torah sur la Parachat Michpatim
Rav Mordékhaï Eliahou Parachat Yitro : la force de chaque juif

Rav Mordékhaï Eliahou Parachat Yitro : la force de chaque juif

Chaque juif possède une force extraordinaire. Quelques paroles splendides du Richone Letsione et Rav Harachi Léisraël, Rav Mordékhaï Eliahou, sur…
Le juste a volé du pain pour sauver sa vie, il s'en est voulu jusqu'à la fin de ses jours

Le juste a volé du pain pour sauver sa vie, il s'en est voulu jusqu'à la fin de ses jours

Le parent par alliance du Rav Elyashiv zatsa''l, le Rav Mordehai Rimmer, a laissé un testament original à ses enfants,…
Le mécène qui a refusé d'introduire Rav Kaminetsky dans sa demeure

Le mécène qui a refusé d'introduire Rav Kaminetsky dans sa demeure

Qui était la cause du refus du mécène d'introduire le Rav et son épouse transis par le froid dans sa…
Ki Tavo. Une bénédiction éternelle pour ceux qui étudient la Tora

Ki Tavo. Une bénédiction éternelle pour ceux qui étudient la Tora

Le ‘Hafets ‘Hayim : Si vous envoyez votre fils à la yéchiva, vous n’avez pas besoin de ma bénédiction, puisque…
Ki Tavo. Rendre grâce à D.ieu suscite la bénédiction

Ki Tavo. Rendre grâce à D.ieu suscite la bénédiction

Lorsqu’un père offre à son fils un présent, si ce dernier est intelligent, il comprendra que ce cadeau est parfaitement…
Ki Tavo. La source de la joie : le rapport à la spiritualité

Ki Tavo. La source de la joie : le rapport à la spiritualité

Nous comprenons parfaitement que le bonheur d’un homme qui loue une maison ne peut être complet, car il sait que…
Ki Tavo. La gratitude – fondement du judaïsme

Ki Tavo. La gratitude – fondement du judaïsme

Le devoir de gratitude constitue un fondement essentiel du service divin. La qualité d’un homme s’apprécie selon sa faculté à…
Devarim. Vivre dans un lieu de Tora

Devarim. Vivre dans un lieu de Tora

Le lieu d’Erets-Israël le moins prospère en matière de Tora – là où l’on trouvait le « son » –…
Devarim. Progrès et effondrement spirituel

Devarim. Progrès et effondrement spirituel

Confrontons un arbre en pleine fleur de l’âge, mais en début de stade de décomposition, à une petite graine qui…
Devarim. La réflexion – la plus grande faculté humaine

Devarim. La réflexion – la plus grande faculté humaine

D’une part, il y a les hommes qui « pensent », c'est-à-dire qui réfléchissent sur leur existence et qui prêtent…
Béhar. Le respect de la Chemita – une preuve de bravoure

Béhar. Le respect de la Chemita – une preuve de bravoure

La Tora porte une estime particulière aux agriculteurs respectueux de la Chemita. Semblables aux anges sur lesquels le mauvais penchant…
Béhar. L’ordre divin – la raison de toutes les mitsvot

Béhar. L’ordre divin – la raison de toutes les mitsvot

Avec le temps, viendront des personnes qui se targueront de mieux comprendre les choses que leurs pères, et qui s’en…
Emor. Vénérer l’éducation des parents

Emor. Vénérer l’éducation des parents

La fille du Cohen était passible d’une peine doublement plus grave que celle de toute autre femme juive. Parce que…
Emor. Le degré de responsabilité de chacun dépend de son niveau spirituel

Emor. Le degré de responsabilité de chacun dépend de son niveau spirituel

Nous ne sommes pas tenus de chercher quel est le devoir « des hommes » en général. Chaque individu doit…
Emor. L’importance de la prière publique

Emor. L’importance de la prière publique

Outre le fait qu’une prière prononcée avec une assistance glorifie davantage le Créateur que si elle est dite par une…
Tazria. Plus l’homme est grand, plus ses épreuves sont rudes

Tazria. Plus l’homme est grand, plus ses épreuves sont rudes

Les enfants d’Israël possèdent un statut particulier en raison de la Tora qui ne fut donnée qu’à eux seuls. Dans…
Tazria. Les plaies de tsara’at – une punition pour les paroles fautives

Tazria. Les plaies de tsara’at – une punition pour les paroles fautives

Nous savons que la lèpre survenait en punition de paroles fautives. Selon le Midrach, cela inclut notamment les promesses de…
Tazria. La soumission expie

Tazria. La soumission expie

Selon les règles de la tsara’at, l’apparition d’un poil blanc sur une plaie est un signe d’impureté. S’il en est…
Vayikra. Par le mérite des enfants

Vayikra. Par le mérite des enfants

Le Midrach laisse clairement entendre que si la Chékhina résidait au sein d’Israël, c’était essentiellement par le mérite des jeunes…
Vayikra. Le fondement de la sagesse – la maîtrise de soi

Vayikra. Le fondement de la sagesse – la maîtrise de soi

La vigilance réside dans la maîtrise de soi. Et tel est également le fondement de la sagesse, qui est la…
Vayikra. L’étude de la Tora équivaut à toutes les mitsvot

Vayikra. L’étude de la Tora équivaut à toutes les mitsvot

Rien n’a autant de valeur que l’étude de la Tora, au point que nos Sages disent : « “Tes plus…
Vayikra. L’érudit – un exemple de piété

Vayikra. L’érudit – un exemple de piété

L’érudit exerce au contraire une attraction sur son entourage, car de nombreuses personnes veulent s’inspirer de sa conduite et de…
Vayikra. Jusqu’où va la vigilance ?

Vayikra. Jusqu’où va la vigilance ?

« Si un individu, commettant un péché, contrevient à une des défenses de l’Eternel et que, incertain du délit, il…
Yitro. Une reconnaissance insuffisante

Yitro. Une reconnaissance insuffisante

Aux yeux de nos maîtres, rien ne saurait être prétexte à négliger de remercier D.ieu pour Ses bienfaits !
Yitro. Les enseignements de la jeunesse

Yitro. Les enseignements de la jeunesse

L’éducation reçue pendant la jeunesse est indélébile, et jamais le cœur ne peut s’en libérer ! Les Proverbes l’affirment d’ailleurs sans…
Yitro. L’honneur dû aux érudits

Yitro. L’honneur dû aux érudits

« Quiconque touchera à la montagne sera mis à mort » (Chémot 19,12) Cette injonction amène le ‘Hafets ‘Hayim à tenir le…
Yitro. « Yitro entendit » et « les peuples entendirent »

Yitro. « Yitro entendit » et « les peuples entendirent »

Yitro fut informé d’événements grandioses, tels que l’ouverture de la mer Rouge et la guerre contre ‘Amaleq, manifestement connus de…
Bo. Qui est riche ? Celui qui se réjouit de ce qu’il possède !

Bo. Qui est riche ? Celui qui se réjouit de ce qu’il possède !

(Pirqé Avot chap.6,4) : « Tel est l’usage de la Tora : mange du pain trempé dans du sel… » Cette sentence, soutient le…
Bo. La émouna confrontée à la réalité

Bo. La émouna confrontée à la réalité

« Les enfants d’Israël quittèrent Ramsès dans la direction de Soukot, six cent mille voyageurs hommes sans compter les enfants. » Or…
Bo. L’éducation des enfants – la compréhension du cœur

Bo. L’éducation des enfants – la compréhension du cœur

« Si un homme n’a pas d’enfant et qu’il n’est pas marié, il devra se poser les questions à lui-même. Car…
Bo. L’apostasie – comme un feu dévorant

Bo. L’apostasie – comme un feu dévorant

Une équipe de pompiers avait été appelée pour maîtriser un incendie qui s’était déclaré dans une maison. En arrivant sur…
Toldot. Le peuple juif et les nations se disputent les deux mondes

Toldot. Le peuple juif et les nations se disputent les deux mondes

L’antisémitisme. Ce phénomène n’est-il pas surprenant ? Comment se fait-il qu’après tant de siècles, les nations ne ressentent aucune fatigue à…
Toldot. La valeur d’une chose est celle qu’on lui donne

Toldot. La valeur d’une chose est celle qu’on lui donne

La valeur du droit d’aînesse n’est-elle pas nettement supérieure à celle d’un plat de lentilles ? Comment concevoir que Ya’aqov ait…
Toldot. Ce monde-ci : un moyen et non une fin en soi

Toldot. Ce monde-ci : un moyen et non une fin en soi

‘Essav connaissait la valeur des bénédictions. Comment comprendre alors le dédain qu’il manifesta à l’égard du droit d’aînesse ? Pourquoi…
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