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The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha
A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Parsha

The Manna - Enhancing Belief & Trust in G-d
Belief is a constant — it is the nature of the Divine soul to express an innate belief in G-d. For example, the absolute confidence that one’s...
Our Parsha - Beshalach
Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Beshalach.
Going Against the Flow
So poor was Rabbi Chanina, that he would live on a kav of carobs from Friday to Friday. One day, his wife said to him: "How long must we suffer...
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The Directive that Brought Results
Yossi and Efrat P. of Migdal Haemek, Israel, stood in front of the doctor, his expression grave. “Your child was born extremely premature,” he...
Magazine

The Dogs Did Not Bark
by Rabbi Heschel Greenberg
One of the ancillary aspects of the Exodus, mentioned in this week’s parshah, was that the dogs in Egypt remained silent during the 10th plague...
Lifting the Shell
Finally, a long-awaited breakthrough in cancer research: a new biological drug that successfully treats advanced skin cancer, by enabling the...
Science Increasingly Makes the Case for God
by Eric Metaxas / The Wall Street Journal
In 1966 Time magazine ran a cover story asking: Is God Dead? Many have accepted the cultural narrative that he’s obsolete—that as science...
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Tu B'Shevat: What and How
by Naftali Silberberg
According to Biblical law, there is a seven year agricultural cycle, concluding with the Sabbatical year. When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem...
Holidays

Why We Celebrate The New Year Of Trees
Tu BiShvat, "the New Year of the Trees," has its own customs, which our Rabbis associate with the phrase, "Is man a tree of the field?"...
A Tree of the Field
The fifteenth of Shevat, Rosh HaShanah for trees, teaches that to avoid spiritual death a Jew must always remain attached to his source, Torah and...
Q & A
by Moshe Bogomilsky
The Torah states "Man is like the tree of the field". The Jewish people have often been compared to different trees. What lesson can man learn from...
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