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Parshas Yisro – The Ten Commandments

CHAPTER 20: And G-d spoke all these “devorim” words.  The ten commandments are called the Asseres Hadibros.  RASHI:  G-d said all ten commandments in one utterance. [side note, folks, just some food for thought:  ten sefirot, ten utterances to create … Continue reading

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Mt. Sinai a Head Covering for our nation – Parshas Yisro and Kisoy Rosh

In this upcoming week’s Torah portion [Parshat Yisro], we are told of the mountain held above the Jewish nation’s heads as we accepted the Torah at Sinai.  Kinda like a wedding canopy, G-d stretched out and suspended Mt. Sinai.    We … Continue reading

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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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