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Parasha Bo Weekly Summary – With video clips from Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz, Rabbi Alon Anava, and Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman

Going to try a new summary based approach for this week by posting some basic thoughts and then adding in videos from the Rabbis further detailing the general parasha topic.

This past Shabbat’s weekly parasha was Bo which encompasses the last three weeks (of the ten total) – locusts, darkness and the killing of firstborn children.

In this video by Rabbi Alon Anava, the Rabbi shares how we can clean ourselves out (out of personal Egypt) before we do the mitzvot that Hashem gave us.

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Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz in this first !Short Clip! is taken from the story of Rav Nachman of Breslov of the prince who thought he was a chicken and how the concept of acting your way into better thinking applies here….fake it until you make it (ie. changing your behavior regardless of your thoughts and feelings) as a solution. While the second video is the entire lecture encompassing this !Short Clip! and the rest of the shiur about the weekly Parasha Bo.

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Lastly, in this lecture by Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman, the Rabbi explains how the last three plagues in Egypt represent the concept of free will versus destiny and how Jewish thought embraces the obvious paradox between the two as they both co-exsist.

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I Have Remembered My Covenant, THEREFORE (Parshat Vaeira)…By Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz

Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz – Shares about the weekly parasha (Vaeira) where most of the ten plagues are described and the meaning and relevance to the Seder we conduct on the eve of Pesach (Passover).

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Do you want to forgive the ones who hurt you? – Parashat Vayigash by Rabbi Alon Anava

Rabbi Alon Anava – Shares how the story of Yosef Hatzadik can teach us how Hashem’s hand is responsible for those who hate us and if we get this message clearly we can be less angry and more able to forgive others for their behaviors towards us.

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Fruits of the Orchard – Vayigash By Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman

Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman – Shares about this “dramatic” parashah coming up with the clashing of two worlds represented by Yehuda and Yosef. The baal tshuva and the religious from birth. The Moshiach ben Yehuda and the Moshiach ben Yosef. Also, the Yosef cried eight times showing the power in being sensitive and emotional even as the most powerful man in the World. How did he learn to cry? From her Mother Rachel. According to Rav Ginsberg – the Hebrew word for tear is dima (dalet, mem, ayin, heh) which is the gematria of 119. Since two eyes drop tears X2 equals 238 which is the gematria of Rachel. Role models for Jewish leadership exemplified in both Yehuda and Yosef (repentance and sensitivity). Rabbi Trugman also shows how much Yaakov and Yosef’s life’s parallel each other throughout the events that they both experienced in their respective lives. Many more details in the video.

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How to Prepare for War Parshat Vayishlach By Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz

Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz – Shares a jam packed one hour about all aspects of the weekly parasha. Very interesting topics are discussed including the importance of living in this World while working on the next.

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The meaning behind your words that can build or destroy! – Parashat Vayetze by Rabbi Alon Anava

Rabbi Alon Anava – Shares about the importance of keeping our promises and our word and the story about Yaakov Avinu in this past Shabbat’s weekly portion who married and lived with two sisters. There are many different details that are much deeper than the surface to explain these events that Rabbi Anava goes through in detail. “Keep your word – first be a mensch!”

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Fruits of the Orchard – Vayeitzei By Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman

Rabbi Avraham Arieh Trugman – In this class he shares on the weekly parasha focused mostly on Yaakov Avinu’s dream of the ladder and how this dream puts him in touch with his subconcious (as opposed to being awake where the conscious is dominent). Also, Rabbi Trugman explains why “the place” is stated six different times.

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Seeing the Light in the Darkness – Vayeitzei By Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz

Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz – Shares some details about the upcoming weekly Torah portion and all the years that it covers. An important aspect is how to survive spiritually when no one around you shares your morals and spiritual direction. In darkness there is hope!

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The miracle must be reversed !Short Clip! by Rabbi Moshe Pinto

Rabbi Moshe Pinto – Shares how the oral tradition explains technically how miracles work (there are two explanations) in the spiritual world and how they affect the physical world and the “price” that needs to be paid. This is also reflected in the wording at the beginning of this week’s upcoming parasha (Toldot) which states that “Yitzchak son of Avraham….Avraham gave birth to Yitzchak”.

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Our success comes from the ability to make something out of anything! !Short Clip! by Rabbi Moshe Pinto

Rabbi Moshe Pinto – Shares about the current weekly parasha and why the Torah spends so much time about the specific years of Sarah Imenu’s 127 years of life. How she didn’t waste any days of her life and if we want to emulate how she lived we have to navigate the constant bombardment of wasting time that modern society throws at us.

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