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Building of Misfits There is a passage in Psalms – “Even ma’asu habonim ha-y'sa l’rosh pinah” – 'The stone which was cast away by the builders,' the stone which was a misfit, 'became the crown of the building.' (Tehillim 118:22) One of the rules of the building of the Holy Temple was that you couldn’t cut. You couldn’t cut stones, you couldn’t cut anything. Sometimes I wish I could teach parents how not to cut down their children. Children are so holy, they are little Holy Temples. They are little holy stones in the Beis Hamikdash. You can’t build a Holy Temple with cut up stones. If you ever stand by the Holy Wall, it’s the strangest sight in the world. One stone is big, one stone is small.

Even Shlomo - Parsha Mishpatim

Mazaltov - Even Shlomo Shmot is now published You can online at the Urim website ( click on link) or at Pomerantz in Jerusalem Before and Not After “And these are the ordinances that you shall place before them” (Sh'mos 21:1) I want to share something very important with you. The laws of this world and the laws of the Torah are completely different laws. When the Torah says not to steal, it is not given in order to explain what happens when someone steals. When you learn the Torah laws of stealing, they are so holy, that when you learn them – you simply can’t steal anymore. But in the world’s society, the laws of stealing only come once someone stole. By the Torah it’s the other way around –

Even Shlomo - Parshat Yitro

The Secret of Life Everybody has something wrong with them. The secret of life is to know what is wrong with me and not to cover up. One thing must be clear - if nothing is wrong with me I wouldn’t be born. I’m here to fix something . Until I am completely aware of what’s wrong with me, I’m wasting my time. It is possible to know what’s wrong with me and still not do it, but this is already okay. At least then - I’m already on the way. So the thing is like this. A person who believes everything is so desperate to find out what’s wrong with him. He thinks maybe this person can fix me, maybe this person can fix me. Eventually he will be okay, because he will find a way of fixing himself. At th

Even Shlomo – Parshat Beshalach

Friends — We hope you enjoy this weekly sneak preview of the soon-to-be published commentary of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach on Sefer Shmot in English. Pls make sure to share this with all those who you think would appreciate it. Before and Not After “And these are the ordinances that you shall place before them” (Sh'mos 21:1) I want to share something very important with you. The laws of this world and the laws of the Torah are completely different laws. When the Torah says not to steal, it is not given in order to explain what happens when someone steals. When you learn the Torah laws of stealing, they are so holy, that when you learn them – you simply can’t steal anymore. But in the world’s so

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