Posts Tagged ‘ Messianic ’

Vayetse – Finding Our Rosebud

November 7, 2013
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Vayetse – Finding Our Rosebud

Listen to an audio version The movie Citizen Kane has been voted by many film academies and publications to be the greatest American movie of all time. Though the film’s cinematography was cutting edge in 1941, these are certainly not up to the technical capabilities of today’s films, so it is rather the penetrating...
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Lech Lecha – The Syntax of Silence

October 9, 2013
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Lech Lecha – The Syntax of Silence

Listen to an audio version Recently I heard of the business failure of a friend. This was not just anybody, but one of the most generous men I know. Though he is not a wealthy man, he has always been generous giving large sums to charity and always donating his time and talents to...
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B’reishit – Denying the Naked Ape

September 26, 2013
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B’reishit – Denying the Naked Ape

Listen to an audio version In 2002 PETA initiated its “Holocaust on a Plate”, an advertising campaign intended to draw attention to the plight of animals raised in factory farms for the purpose of satisfying America and Europe’s insatiable appetite for meat. The campaign was tasteless and insensitive, and perceived by most to accomplish...
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Balak – Blessed and The Source of Blessing

June 20, 2013
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Balak – Blessed and The Source of Blessing

Listen to an audio version Every year we read Parashat Balak and I am utterly amazed. What a remarkably different approach to a reoccurring. Many have understood Torah as love letters between Hashem and Israel. In fact the focus of Torah is upon the covenant between Israel and their God, and rarely does it...
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