Search Results "Avraham"
Which Challah am I Suppossed to Open at the Seudat Shabbat?
L’kavod Harav, Why is it that we place the challahs the way we do at Hamotzi on Shabbat?
Parshat Vayeitzei - Taxi!
Nine empty taxis outside a synagogue with their meters clocking up 80 shekels of waiting time. What's going on here? A heart warming story about the children still connecting back to their fathers - and beyond.
Is Saying Good Shabbat enough to Fulfill the Torah Mitzva of Kiddush?
Rabbi, I came to learn in Israel and at Yeshiva we had an argument about the Kiddush Friday night, and some of the really big learners were saying that the mitzva of Kiddush today is only D’Rabbanon since we say beforehand “Good Shabbat” and I was arguing that I know for sure Kiddush is a mitzva from the Torah because my father was careful all the years to use only the big becher Friday night and never the smaller ones that he uses during the day, and he said the reason was because you need “ shiur d’oraissa ”. So maybe you could help me explain to these chevra what’s really right?
Chayei Sarah - Regretting Good Deeds
Profound lessons for life based on Avraham's reaction to the death of Sarah
The Psychological Test of Rebecca - Rabbi YY Jacobson
Rabbi YY Jacobson elaborates on the intricate character test of Eliezer the servant of Avraham
Avraham & Sarah
Why was Sarah insistent on expelling Yishmael and Hagar? What happened to the love and compassion for her husband’s son who had grown up in her home? What lesson do we learn from Avraham’s reluctance to listen to Sarah? Rabbi Gottlieb responds in style.
Must Vayechulu be said in a Minyan or by Two Jews together?
Dear Rabbi, I became very confused lately when someone said that “ Vayechulu ” at the Friday night davening needs to be said like aidut , which means that two people should say it at the exact same time; then someone said that it should not be said with two people but really you need to say it with ten like kedusha ; then someone said you can even say it with one – just don’t be mechaven for aidut . Then someone said that that’s why Chassidim stand by “ Vayechulu ” when saying Kiddush. What’s really supposed to be done?
A essência do homem
Rabino Avraham Serruya - Assuntos diversos A essência do homem
Paracha 'Express Lekh Lekha : Partir ? Pour mon bien !
Comment aurions nous pu exister, si nous n'avions pas reçu d'Avraham le courage de faire face aux épreuves ?
Parashat Lech Lecha - Avraham, pai de quem?
Contando a Parashá - Rabino Raphael Hakuk Parashat Lech Lecha - Avraham, pai de quem?
Rabbi Avraham Elimelech Firer: A Lifetime of Pure Kindness - Watch
Over the last 40 plus years Rabbi Firer has saved thousands of lives by providing them with the most accurate medical advice, connecting the sick with the very best medical care in Israel and in the United States
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 chips away at the holy foundation
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”
Avraham - The Ultimate Innovator
Avraham was a revolutionary, a pioneer, he was the originator and founder of the Jewish people. He had no father that he could follow, and thus, he was always breaking new ground
Avraham Avinu - Criando os fundamentos eternos do povo judeu
Parashá animada - Parashat Lech Lecha A Parashá animada com o Moré Micha animado - Lech Lecha- Avraham Avinu - Criando os fundamentos eternos do povo judeu
Shkiyah and Bein Hashemashot in halacha
Rabbi, I heard from some people that the Mishna Brura was machmir to paskin like shitat HaGr”a to say that the beginning of Shabbat is from the shkiyah , but that in Europe some people still did work after the shkiyah . So is it possible nowadays that someone shouldn’t hold like the Mishna Brura on this? Also, if the Mishna Brura is right and the truth is like the Gr”a, then how’s it possible that some people can still hold like Rabbenu Tam and daven Mincha so late after the shkiyah ?
Noach vs Avraham - Passive vs Active
Avraham was proactive and self-motivated. He did not need external events to stimulate him to serve HaShem and perform acts of kindness. Noach needed external circumstances to push him forward in his righteousness