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Parshat Chukat

Parshat Chukat

This week's Parasha is Parshat Chukat 📖The name of this week's parasha teaches us a very important lesson. The root of the word is Chuk.Chuk is a group of mitzvot that we do but do not know the meaning or the reasoning behind.We are taught during Pesach that we are...

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Parshat Yitro

Parshat Yitro

This week's Parasha is Parashat Yitro 📖 In this week's parsha, we officially became a nation and given the Torah! Hashem held the mountain over the heads of millions of people. Hashem said to Bnei Yisrael, that if they accept the Torah, great! If not, he will turn the...

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Parashat Beshalach

Parashat Beshalach

This week's Parasha is Parashat Beshalach 📖 Many expressions in the English language connect the flow of life with that of the sea: Ride the wave.Go with the flow.You can get lost in the sea of life.I'm drowning in work.It’s all water under the bridge. Life is...

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Parshat Bo

Parshat Bo

This week's Parasha is Bo 📖 In this week's parasha Hashem sends the final 3 plagues. The plague of locusts, of darkness and the death of all the Egyptian firstborn. On completion of the plagues, Am Yisrael were at last sent forth from Egypt. What was the purpose of...

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Parshat Va’era 

Parshat Va’era 

This week's Parasha is Va'era 📖 Within this week's parasha we see the beginning of (and the majority) of the ten makot. The first plague is the plague that transformed the water of the Nile into blood. Hashem commanded Moshe to tell his brother Aaron to take Moshe’s...

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Parshat Shemot

Parshat Shemot

This week's Parsha is Shemot 📖 Moshe is a shepherd, tending to his flock in the wilderness. Suddenly he sees a burning bush. At first Moshe doesn't think anything of it. Bushes in the wilderness can catch fire.However, after a closer look, Moshe sees that the flames...

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Parshat Vayechi 

Parshat Vayechi 

This week's Parsha is Vayechi 📖 Yaakov is asking his son Yosef to not bury him in Egypt. Instead, Yosef should take him to be buried in Israel, in the Holy city of Chevron with his forefathers. Yaakov did not want to be buried in a place of tuma like Egypt. He wanted...

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Parshat Vayigash 

Parshat Vayigash 

This week's Parasha is Vayigash 📖 The pesukim provide us with what is really the start of the “happy ending” of the Joseph story. After years of grief following the presumed death of Joseph, Jacob is told that the unthinkable has happened - Joseph still lives. The way...

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Parshat Miketz

Parshat Miketz

The Parsha of the week is Miketz 📖 Yosef’s brothers came down to Egypt to buy food to help them and their family survive the famine in Canaan. On entering Pharaoh’s palace Yosef immediately recognised his brothers (even though 22 years had passed). The brothers,...

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Parshat Vayeshev

Parshat Vayeshev

This week's Parasha is Parashat Vayeshev 📖 Yosef was extremely handsome and caught the eye of Potiphar’s wife. She tried everything to entice him in every way possible to “lie” with her. And then there came a day, where the kingdom was marking a festival and all the...

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