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Parshas Yisro – Really Hearing Messages

Verse 1 of this week’s Torah Portion begins with these words, “And Yisro, the father-in-law and priest of Midian, heard all that G-d had done”.  RASHI:  What did he hear that made the impression on him that hecame to join … Continue reading

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Parshas Beshalach – Finally the Exodus

A few tidbits about this week’s Torah portion… This week the Torah reading is Parshas Bashalach.  This week is also called Shabbos Shira, the Shabbos of Song.  This is because in this week’s Parsha we find the Az Yashir, the … Continue reading

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The Salvation in a Split Sea

Folks — as Pesach continues, we continue historically in the footsteps of those emancipated ancestors as they wandered away from Egypt. G-d led them with a pillar of cloud during the day and a pillar of fire at night. (Parshas … Continue reading

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STRIDE FORWARD To Find Solutions

At 18, like all teens, I thought I was ready to face the world alone, so off I went abroad.  It was my first foray into the great unknown, and having never been on an airplane, I excitedly anticipated new … Continue reading

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