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Parsha Vayikra - we are calling Hashem

The featured video is The Power of Words - Strength and Courage - Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach We dedicate our learning today for all who need quick refuah, parnassah- successful livelihood and ‘Yiddishe nachas’. May Hashem answer all our prayers l’tovah! May we all come closer to Hashem b’ahavah ub’simcha. Amen. We humbly ask everyone- please continue to daaven for the unity of Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael. (and all those suffering from the Corana Virus) We pray that this month of Nissan - be a month of joy and unity and great miracles for all of Israel and may we be blessed with the ultimate redemption, bimheira b'yameinu. In these insane times, May we all return to the holy sanity of the Torah

Welcome to the Month of Nissan

We will greet the new month of Nissan this coming Wednesday at sunset on March 25th and Thursday March 26th. The month of Nissan is called the "Chodesh Ha'Aviv" the month of Spring. The spring air makes us aware of the new life emerging in nature and reminds us to also pay attention to the new energies stirring within us, including an influx of grace and compassion in this month. This is a challenging and scary time for most of us, so it is good to know that the month of Nissan is known for its miracles and compassion. The Jews were redeemed from bondage in the month of Nissan after witnessing plagues and it is predicted that the final redemption will also take place in Nissan. May we see mi

Even Shlomo - Parsha Pekudei

A Vorker Account “These are the reckonings of the Tabernacle” (Sh'mos 38:21) Here we are reading “Eileh pekudei haMishkan”; this is the account of the Tabernacle. (Sh'mos 38:21) Moshe Rabbeinu gives us an account. What kind of an account is Moshe Rabbeinu giving? In the grocery store, I have an account. In the butcher store I have an account, in the bank I have an account. With my own wife, my own children, with most people, I don't have an account. For some reason, everything goes. Who cares what they do? I can yell at my children. I can yell at my wife because there is no account. Who cares? They are living with me in the same house. It is very beautiful to be very close to G-d, but, on th

Even Shlomo - Parsha Vayakhel

Let's Try Again And Moses gathered the entire assembly of the children of Israel (Sh'mos 35:1) Some of us think we can go to shul and pray without feeling close to G-d, but praying without feeling close doesn’t go. The Holy Temple is the headquarters of prayer. Before you build the Beis HaMikdash, before you build a house of prayer, you have to be close to G-d. Therefore, when Moshe Rabbeinu gathers the Yidden, he first tells them about Shabbos and then about the building of the Beis Hamikdash. Yidden, let’s have Shabbos, let's get close to G-d again, close to each other, and then we can start davening. If you pray just for yourself – it’s meaningless. Praying has to be "b'shem kol Yisrael"

Even Shlomo - Parsha Ki Tissa

The Half a Shekel “This shall they give – everyone who passes through the census – a half of the sacred shekel” (Sh'mos 30:13) Connecting to what’s already there In the time of the Holy Temple, each person had to donate a machatzis hashekel. And everyone is asking, why only half? Imagine I would have to create light. It would be a very heavy thing, but if the light is there and all I have to do is to connect it, it means I only have to do half of it. Something is already there, all I have to do is to plug it in. Now listen to the deepest depths. Haman came to Achashverosh and said, “I’m giving you 10,000 shekels to wipe out the Jews.” The Medrash says that G-d says to the Yidden, “You give h

Soul Doctor Stories for Purim

Gut Purim – We share some inspiration soul doctor stories for Purim Source : http://rebshlomo.peacechannels.org/ Parsha Zachor The Shabbat before Purim is Parshat Zachor. According to many Halachic authorities there is a Biblical requirement for everyone to hear the Torah reading on this Shabbat. “Zachor” means to remember. On this Shabbat we take a second Torah out of the Ark and we read from the Book of Deuteronomy (25:17-19) about Amalek, a nation which always harbored an intense hatred for the Jews. When the Jews left Egypt, there wasn’t a nation who dared to pick a fight with the Jews. Who in their right mind would start up with a people whose G-d just smacked around Egypt, the sole su

Even Shlomo - Parsha Tetzaveh

Featured Video - Reb Shlomo Adar Teachings Parsha Zachor The Shabbat before Purim is Parshat Zachor. According to many Halachic authorities there is a Biblical requirement for everyone to hear the Torah reading on this Shabbat. “Zachor” means to remember. On this Shabbat we take a second Torah out of the Ark and we read from the Book of Deuteronomy (25:17-19) about Amalek, a nation which always harbored an intense hatred for the Jews. When the Jews left Egypt, there wasn’t a nation who dared to pick a fight with the Jews. Who in their right mind would start up with a people whose G-d just smacked around Egypt, the sole super-power of the times, with ten awesome plagues, and drowned the survi

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