G-d teaches Moses - and us - an incredibly important lesson to remember when things are not going well.
There Is Something Incredible Hidden in Plain Sight in This Week’s Torah Portion.
My twins gave me a break and filmed this week’s video. Hope you enjoy it. And I hope I get my job back next week. :)
Why do we need to be told that Esau got up and left after selling his birthright to his younger brother Jacob?
What was the first thing that Noah did after he left the ark, and why was it so important?
An obscure ritual provides an inspiring message for this time of year.
I learned an important lesson with some help from a furry friend.
Moses does something very surprising in this week’s Torah portion. Why? And what is the message for us?
What can we learn from one of the worst villainesses in Jewish history?
Why does the phrase “Children of Israel” appear 5 times in the same passage (Numbers 8:19)?
Why does the Torah repeat the details for the 12 identical offerings brought by the tribal leaders?
What is the significance of counting the weeks in addition to the days between Passover and Shavuot?
Let my twins know if you like their joke. (Bloopers are at the end.)
How would it “have been enough for us” if G-d had not parted the sea or taken us through it on dry land?
What timely lesson can we learn from a slap seen around the world?
What happens when a “big shot” shows up at the Western Wall?
Why does Moses repeat an argument that he made previously at the burning bush?
Here is Joseph’s manual for how to act and not to act after you have been wronged by someone.