Parashat Bechukotai – is there a world to come (Olam Habah)?

Parashat Bechukotai – is there a world to come (Olam Habah)?

We all know about the world to come (Olam Habah) and the life after this world, but why the Torah chooses to ignore this fast and there is no mentioning of Olam Habah in the Torah and only hints in the Tanach about it? Duration of class: 1:06:31            

May 18, 2017 at 8:22 PM 0 comments

Parashat Acharei – Focus on the small details

Parashat Acharei – Focus on the small details

We often think that G-d wants us on a very high spiritual level, but the truth is that G-d wants us exactly where we are, so we will be able to serve him on the level that we are holding and refine ourself from there and grow from there Duration of class: 48:27              

April 30, 2017 at 9:18 AM 0 comments

Parashat Metzora – Can I tell your secret?

Parashat Metzora – Can I tell your secret?

We all know that Lashon Harah is very bad, but how do i know when it is exactly Lashon Harah? and what if I need to warn or save someone by saying something bad about some body? Is that Lashon Harah also? Duration of class: 55:11              

April 27, 2017 at 8:34 PM 0 comments

Parashat Tazria – the power of our words

Parashat Tazria – the power of our words

Unfortuantly we all deal with a lot of problems and hardship in our life which usually takes our focus of G-d and our service to G-d. How does one stay focused on G-d during this time? Duration of class: 47:17              

April 23, 2017 at 8:02 PM 0 comments

Parashat Shemini – What’s the deal with Kosher animals??

Parashat Shemini – What’s the deal with Kosher animals??

One of the most dominating parts of an observant Jew’s life is his diet. All food must be Kosher in-order to be eaten. But why? what’s the deal with Kosher food? does G-d really care what I eat? and if so, then why non Jews are not obligated to eat Kosher? All that in this fascinating video by Rabbi Anava […]

April 20, 2017 at 7:50 PM 0 comments

The Best and Finest – Parashat Vayikra

The Best and Finest – Parashat Vayikra

“…All fat is to G-d…” – Vayikra 3:16 כָּל חֵלֶב לַה – ויקרא ג, טז When an animal is offered as a sacrifice, its premium fats—the choicest parts of its flesh—are burned on the Altar. The Rambam (Issurei Mizbeiach 7:11) interprets this as a universal principle as well: “The same applies to everything done for the sake of G-d—it must […]

March 30, 2017 at 3:52 PM 0 comments

The Selfless Fuel of Sacrifice

The Selfless Fuel of Sacrifice

“…And if one offers an offering of a Mincha…” – Vayikra 2:1 וְנֶפֶשׁ כִּי תַקְרִיב קָרְבַּן מִנְחָה – ויקרא ב, א The word mincha alone means “a grain-offering,” rendering superfluous the word קרבן, offering, which precedes it in this verse. The Midrash explains that this additional word comes to teach us of another group of offerings that may be donated and […]

March 29, 2017 at 3:09 AM 0 comments

The Pure – Parashat Vayikra

The Pure – Parashat Vayikra

“…Why do schoolchildren begin their learning with Toras Kohanim (the Book of Vayikra) and not with Beraishis? Since the children are pure and the sacrifices are pure, let the pure come and deal with the pure…” – Vayikra Rabbah 7:3 מפני מה מתחילין לתינוקות בתורת כהנים, ואין מתחילין בבראשית? אלא שהתינוקות טהורין והקרבנות טהורין, יבואו טהורין ויתעסקו בטהורין – ויקרא […]

March 28, 2017 at 5:37 AM 0 comments

Parashat Vayikra – What is the sacrifice in my life?

Parashat Vayikra – What is the sacrifice in my life?

In this weeks Parasha we read about the sacrifices that were given on the altar and all the rules that have to do with those commandments. Since we still don’t have the holy temple and can not offer sacrifices, what is the sacrifice we have to give in our generation?   Duration of class: 1:30:02           […]

March 27, 2017 at 8:51 PM 0 comments

Why Korbanos? That’s Why…

Why Korbanos? That’s Why…

“…A man who shall bring from you an offering to G-d…” – Vayikra 1:2 אָדָם כִּי יַקְרִיב מִכֶּם קָרְבָּן לַה’ – ויקרא א, ב The significance that the Torah attributes to animal sacrifice is mystifying. Why would the physical slaughter and burning of an animal be our primary form of Divine worship (see Avos 1:2 and Yerushalmi, Taanis 4:1)? Would […]

March 27, 2017 at 2:51 AM 0 comments

It’s All in the Aleph

It’s All in the Aleph

“…And He called to Moshe…” – Vayikra 1:1 וַיִּקְרָא אֶל משֶׁה – ויקרא א ,א The word ויקרא, and he called, concludes with a paradoxical letter א. The letter’s name, aleph, parallels the word aluf, meaning chieftain—an allusion to G-d, “Chieftain of the universe” (Likkutei Torah, Tazria 23c). (In addition, the letter א used here distinguishes G-d’s communication with Moshe […]

March 26, 2017 at 3:30 AM 0 comments

What Do You Crave? – Parashat Vayikra

What Do You Crave? – Parashat Vayikra

“…But he does not know, he is guilty and shall bear his transgression…” – Vayikra 5:17 וְלֹא יָדַע וְאָשֵׁם וְנָשָׂא עֲוֹנו – ויקרא ה, יז Why is it necessary to atone for transgressions that were committed unknowingly, especially if one is doubtful if he transgressed at all? Chassidus explains that although the actual transgression was not committed intentionally, yet its […]

March 18, 2016 at 5:05 AM 0 comments

Out of Control…. – Parashat Vayikra

Out of Control…. – Parashat Vayikra

“…For the children of Israel are servants to Me; they are My servants, whom I took out of the land of Egypt…” – Vayikra 25:55 לי בני ישראל עבדים עבדי הם אשר הוצאתי אותם מארץ מצרים…- ויקרא כב,נה The Jewish people accepted G-d’s kingship at their own volition,, stating their readiness “to obey” – na’aseh, even before “hearing” and understanding […]

March 17, 2015 at 8:55 PM 0 comments