Mattot - Part 4
Are all Jews obligated to live in Israel? What are the reasons that a Jew could remain abroad? What does a person earn when he says a good word or a compliment about another person? Another fascinating lesson full of amazing stories, focusing on the importance of taking care of your family first before anything else.
Mattot - Part 3
What is the best way for a person to purify himself of his sins? Does person have to be financially set in order to start a family? What is the most important thing in life? In this lesson, Rabbi Kaplan explains to us the greatness of the Torah and what is really important in life.
Mattot - Part 2
When does the Torah permit us not to tell the truth? Is it permissible to exaggerate? What is the best way to rebuke someone? In this session Rabbi Kaplan delivers principles that will improve our interpersonal relationships.
Mattot - Part 1
What is the difference between an oath and a vow? How was the head of the Tribe appointed? What is the strength of an Oath? Rabbi Kaplan elaborates on the importance of keeping to one's word.
Parshat Mattot - Part 2
What was the structure of the Jewish army in the battle against the Midyanites? In this session Rabbi Lauffer focuses on the revenge against the Midyanites.
Parshat Mattot - Part 1
How can one nullify a vow or an oath? What is the difference between a vow and an oath? Rabbi Lauffer expounds on the laws and customs regarding oaths and vows.
Mattot - War Strategies
What is Judaism's approach to appropriate strategies of war? In a remarkable lecture, Rabbi Schiller elaborates on the ideal strategies of war based on this Week's Torah Portion.
Parshat Mattot - Part 4
When the Jewish people returned from battle, they were immediately commanded to purify their utensils. What is the connection between returning from war and koshering utensils?
Parshat Mattot - Part 3
G-d gives instructions on how to share the spoils of war. A specified portion will contribute to the Tabernacle and the Levites. Learn about the system of Jewish values, and responsibilities upon entering the land of Israel
Mattot - Accepting Rebuke
The rebuke of a tzaddik is of great value, however it seems that even the rebuke of a less righteous person can be of considerable benefit too