Resultados da Pesquisa "Lech"
Carne y kashrut
Carne y kashrut Tengo un cuchillo de carne con un día limpio, y lo corté con verduras picantes en una tabla, y finalmente puse las verduras en un tazón lechoso. ¿Puedo hacerlo o es un problema ? Shoshana
Lech Lecha - Discover Your True Identity
What’s the secret to discovering your true identity? Rabbi Botton shares with us practical advice based on the challenges of Avraham Avinu
My unborn baby had an important tafkid
Lech Lecha - The Divine Soul
Why was Avraham commanded to leave his homeland? Why was this considered one of the greatest challenges that Avraham faced? Rabbi Botton explains the deeper meaning behind the text of the Torah, based on kabbalah and chassidut
Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech - Part 5 - Hakel
In this episode Rabbi Lauffer explains the meaning of the Mitzvah of Hakel – the gathering of the entire Jewish nation once every seven years
Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech - Part 4 - Moses’ Last Day
Why did Moshe Rabeinu yearn to enter the Land of Israel? Discover what Moshe Rabeinu did on the last day of his life and how Yehoshua took over the leadership of the Jewish people
Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech - Part 3 - Gathering of the Exiles
In this episode Rabbi Lauffer explains why the Jewish people are spread out across the globe, and elaborates on the process of the gathering of the exiles
Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech - Part 2 - The Beauty of the Land of Israel
The Land of Israel was barren for hundreds of years after the destruction of the Temple. Today Israel is flourishing miraculously. Rabbi Lauffer focuses on the importance of living in the Land of Israel with Jewish values
Parshat Nitzavim-Vayeilech - Part 1 - Moses & Israel
What's the significance of the fact that this portion is taught to the Jewish people on the last day of Moshe's life, on the border of the Land of Israel? Learn fundamental lessons for life from the Parsha
Lech Lecha - Part 3
Learn about the First World War in history, when the four kings defeated the five kings. What was the purpose of this war? Why did Avraham put himself in danger to rescue Lot?
Lech Lecha - Part 2
How did Avraham rise to the challenge of 'The famine in the Land of Israel'? Rabbi Kaplan gives us a deeper understanding of the challenges that Avraham faced in this weeks Torah portion
Lech Lecha - Part 1
What was the challenge that Avraham faced, when told to travel into the wilderness? Why is the test of travelling to an unknown destination considered a more difficult challenge than the test of being thrown into the furnace? Rabbi Kaplan describes Avraham's true greatness
Lech Lecha - Avraham’s Challenges
Why did God choose to make a covenant specifically with Avraham? Why are there essential details about Avraham's life that are mentioned in the Oral Law and not in the Written Law? What's the significance of circumcision? Rabbi Breitowitz delivers exclusive insights to the Parsha
Hierbas - kosher En el supermercado, no es posible obtener hierbas sin insectos, como tomillo, albahaca, hisopo, etc. ¿Puedo limpiar sola los insectos? Y si es así, ¿cómo limpiar el vegetal? ¿Qué compañías cultivan hierbas sin insectos Gracias, Yael .
What's the Torah view on Yoga and TM?
Hi, since nowadays yoga practice and trancedental meditation are very popular in the world and help a lot of people, I would appreciate if I could get the Torah view and halachah on it, Thanks a lot
Why Does King Solomon Describe our Relationship to Hashem in Such a Way?
Why did King Solomon describe G-d's relationship with us as a parable of a love affair? Why couldn't he just write like his father king David wrote the Psalms?
Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhansk
There is a legend which relates that during the Holocaust, the Nazis smashed the stone over his grave and wanted to remove him from his tomb, but when they saw his body was whole, they were frightened and refrained from touching him. 10 facts about Rabbi Elimelech of Lizhansk
Parshat Lech Lecha - Circumcision
In this short discussion, Rabbi Zamir Cohen talks about the importance of circumcision and its purpose, both in the physical and spiritual worlds.
Avimelech - Subjective Morality
Avimelech professed his and his nation’s innocence so indignantly because the Pelishtim were known to be highly 'moral', though there is a big difference between morality driven by fear of G-d and morality that a person defines himself
Vayelech - Parenting
When a parent recognizes that parenting is a tool for his own growth, his lifestyle is positively affected in many ways