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Everyone is welcome to climb up and whoever makes the effort will attain results.
Although learning Torah is counted as one of the Torah’s commandments, it stands alone and unique above all the other commandments.
The ‘highest level’ of charity per Maimonides is not to support the poor financially, but to prevent a person from becoming poor.
Constructive punishment can only be the kind stemming from love.
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
The principle at its foundation motivates many people to work for the benefit of the weak and oppressed, and leads us to make more of an effort so that more people have something to smile about.
This week’s parsha, Emor, tells us the dates of each of the festivals, which can then be slotted into the appropriate month.
By RABBI GIDEON SYLVESTER
When a person believes that what he has is a gift from G-d, he has no difficulty giving from this gift to others and bringing joy to those who expect it.
Treating the elderly with genuine respect, truly listening to them, and valuing their contributions, is an essential part of what it means to be a “holy people.”
By RABBI TZVI HIRSH WEINREB
On the seventh day of Passover, as we cross the Red Sea, with its attendant difficulties, we reaffirm our commitment that however desperate the situation, we do not surrender our ideals.
Imagination and empathy are not words that one often hears in rabbinic sermons.
This week, in the final words of the last of the prophets, we are taught that Elijah, who doubted his people’s faithfulness, will restore their relationship with God.
May we embrace the new and run, headlong and happy, down a different and better course.
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