Solidify The Important Things In Life

In the Torah portion of BeHa’alotcha we read about the holy trumpets, that were used to announce the holidays and /or to call the people to war. There was a unique aspect to the requirements of the trumpets, in that it must be made from one single piece of silver. It must be hammered out. There were two other utensils with the same requirement, that was the Menorah and the Cherubs. What lesson can we learn from this unusual requirement placed on these 3 utensils?
Rabbi Ari Enkin shares.

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Amazing Revelations Of Lag Ba’Omer

Did you know what happened on the 33rd Day of the Omer counting? A Jewish Holiday known as Lag B’Omer. The most well known event that occurred on this day was the death of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, a Tannaitic sage who is also known to be the author of the kabbalistic book of the Zohar. However, Rabbi Aaron Pessin shares several other fascinating connections to this special day.

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Passover: Hint To The Redemption Found In The Hallel Prayer

On Jewish festive days we say the Hallel prayer. In it we read a verse which says “Moshivi akaret habayit, eIm habanim smeicha” ” G-d takes a barren wife and makes her into a happy mother” – The Radak, a medieval rabbi, biblical commentator, philosopher, and grammarian (Rabbi David Kimhi) points out that aside from this verse teaching us of G-d’s full control over the world, it also hints to redemption. Rabbi Aaron Pessin shares this fascinating message.

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