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Wednesday !Short Clips! – Rabbi Botton, Rabbi Trugman, Rabbi Brody, Rabbi Karmel

A collection of !Short Clips! covering topics from how to interpret the news through Torah tinged glasses, to secret numerical codes in the Torah, to how to become mega rich, and the amount of destruction on October 7th.

Don’t Read News Without the BIBLE! – Crazy World, Israel War, Jew Hatred, Messiah’s Near

Numerical Gems in the Torah – Secrets of the Number 248

Scars of the South: The Car Graveyard from Oct. 7, 2023

The Jewish Secret To Becoming Mega Rich!

Numerical Gems in the Torah – 137 -The Secret Number of Kabbalah and Physics

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!Short Clips! Q&A

!Short Clips! Q&A: What should one learn if he comes to Torah late in life? Can one eat a different hechsher when eating at someone else’s house? Rabbi Yitzchak Breitowitz

Rabbi Breitowitz – Shares some very important thoughts on these two questions that come up often for both newly religious and religious from birth folks. The Rabbi’s balanced and practical approach is not only appreciated by Jews looking to learn but helpful and inspiring in how we can apply it in the times we live in.

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Weekly Torah Portion

פרשת חוקת: כוחם ומעלתם של צדיקים! השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב

מה תפקידם של הצדיקים בדור? רבי חנינא בן דוסא. סיפור של רבי יהודה פתיה על הבן איש חי זצוק”ל, רבי שמעון אגסי זצוק”ל. הצטרפו אלינו למסע מרתק על פרשת חוקת! בשיעור הזה, נבין על מעלתם של הצדיקים בדורנו, ניסים ונפלאות מגדולי הדור. פרשת חוקת: איך הפרשה קשורה למעלתם של הצדיקים?
השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב.
על ענייני פרשת חוקת: באר מרים, ענני הכבוד והמן.
אל תפספסו! 📘✨
חידושים מרתקים ומדהימים בפרשת חוקת – השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב

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!Short Clip! Solving the Mystery of the Red Heifer, Parah Adumah – Rabbi Yitzchak Botton

Rabbi Yitzchak Botton – Shares how the most confusing and contradictory mitzva of the Parah Adumah actually uncovers the meaning of life. What is the mean of life? Helping others. Why? Because we are all one. Love your fellow as you love yourself.

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KLM: Obey the Commander: Everyone gains with Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit

Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit – Shares about the importance of realizing the intent of Hashem to be for our very best so we can accomplish our mission. Just like the army following their commanders orders so the mission is accomplished we can do the same by following our orders.

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Talmud

Talmud: Bava Batra 14

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – Shares at the beginning of today’s Daf Yomi about the reason the Sefer Torah has two separate wood poles. The first is practical since it allows us to easily dilineate where we left off – so we don’t have to roll up and re-roll everytime we read the Torah. The second is discussed in Kabbalah in several different interations: 1. That it’s similar to the two Keruvium in the Beis Hamidash and Hashem’s presence spoke in the middle of them. 2. The Kohanim bless with two hands spread out and speak in the middle. 3. The ten sefirot are depicted in three columns – with one of the columns in the center. Therefore, we have two wood poles and say words of the Torah reading in the middle of them.

https://www.chabad.org/dailystudy/talmud_cdo/aid/3565549/jewish/Talmud-Bava-Batra-14.htm

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!Short Clips! Korach – We Need You! | Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky and a Bonus Song by Yerachmiel Begun & The Miami Boys Choir “We Need You”

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky – Shares how this weekly parasha (Korach) and how the Leviim had to be completely shaved like an egg and Korach’s wife told him that he was going to be humiliated and be unable to give anymore. This made him upset and caused him to rebel. The more we feel we can do and be useful the more alive we are. Empowermet is the true chinuch!

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Weekly Torah Portion

פרשת קורח: קנאה רעה וגם טובה? השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב

האם קנאה יכולה להיות טובה? במה קינא קורח? מה היו השיטות של קורח ועדתו להמריד נגד משה רבינו? הצטרפו אלינו למסע מרתק על פרשת קורח! בשיעור הזה, נבין כיצד קרה המקרה של קורח ועדתו, ולמה הם נבלעו באדמה. פרשת קורח: קנאה רעה וטובה?
השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב.
על ענייני קורח ועדתו אשר דיברו רעה על משה רבינו.
אל תפספסו! 📘✨
חידושים מרתקים ומדהימים בפרשת קורח – השיעור השבועי של הרב תומר ישראלוב

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SPIRITUAL JOURNEY OR EGO TRIP: Parshat Korach By Rabbi David Aaron

In this week’s Torah portion Korach, a member of Moses’ tribe the Levites and other communal leaders challenge Moses’s leadership and the appointment of priesthood to Moses’ brother Aaron. Motivated by envy toward Moses and Aaron they argue for equality. We are all holy. How can there be a hierarchy in holiness within Israel?

They came as a group to oppose Moses and Aaron and said to them, “You have gone too far! The whole community is holy, every one of them, and the LORD is with them. Why then do you set yourselves above the LORD’s assembly?

Moses responded to Korach:

Now listen, you Levites! Isn’t it enough for you that the G-d of Israel has separated you from the rest of the Israelite community and brought you near Himself to do the work at the Lord’s tabernacle and to stand before the community and minister to them? He has brought you and all your fellow Levites near Himself, but now you are trying to get the priesthood too . . .

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Life is a divine mission. If Korach would have understood this, then he would have realized that no one has a better or more important mission.

It is ridiculous to ever be envious of another person’s lot. Don’t ever think that the president of the United States is any more important than a waiter in a restaurant. If G-d is with us in our mission, then one person’s mission cannot be more important than another’s, because everyone’s mission is actually G-d’s mission.

Real success does not depend on how much we accomplish on earth. And it does not have anything to do with how much attention the accomplishment gains in the public eye. What really matters is your intention and the quality of your deeds. Did you put your soul into your mission and live your life for G-d’s sake, seeking to grow, striving to become better, concerned about improving yourself and the world?

The great Torah sages taught: I am a creation and my friend (even one who is uneducated) is a creation. Just as he is not an expert in what I do, I am not an expert in what he does. Do not think that I do more and he does less. That is incorrect. It does not matter whether he accomplishes seemingly big deeds or little ones. What really matters is whether his intentions are for the sake of heaven.

This lesson does not make any apparent sense. These great sages made historic contributions to human spiritual and ethical development. Their names will be remembered forever. How could they have possibly compared themselves to simple people who were unlearned, whose deeds could never have earned them world recognition, and who will surely be forgotten in the annals of history? How could they say that what really matters is the purity of one’s intentions and the power of one’s commitment to act on behalf of G-d?

These sages understood that each and every one of us has a mission in life — a calling. The thing you must always remember is who is calling. G-d is calling you to be His agent on earth, and the mission He is asking you to fulfill is not only your mission but G-d’s mission.
If we are all working for G-d, then there is no such thing as a small mission. How could one divine mission be less than another divine mission? Can either one ever be any less than the ultimate?

If we would internalize this truth, we would free ourselves of the foolish habit of comparing ourselves with others. We would heal ourselves of a debilitating disease that rots our bones — jealousy.

The Talmud tells a story about a fellow who got a glimpse of the afterlife. He was surprised to see that the next world was upside down. He saw some people who during their lives on earth were very respected and famous, but in the next world they were nobody. Although these people were once recognized as significant members of the upper echelons of society, they were now considered part of the lower class. He also saw people who in their lifetimes were simple workers but now were prominent members of the highest order. It was a shock to him.

Imagine you are a world-renowned actor and wherever you go people look at you in great awe and admiration. Then the curtain falls on your life, and you find yourself in a new world — the afterlife. To your surprise, in this world nobody even notices you. Suddenly you see a familiar face, and it is your maid surrounded by a crowd of angelic fans. In the afterlife she may be the celebrity and you the shlepper. How is this possible? It all depends on the quality of your deeds and your attitude. Did you invite G-d into your work? Did you work with the intention of being G-d’s agent — serving to perform a divine mission — or was it just an ego trip?

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Torah Learning

Introduction to Learning Tanach (HaRav Yitzchak Breitowitz)

Rabbi Breitowitz – Shares some basics about the structure of the Tanach which comprises the entire Bible (Chumash – Five Books of Moses, Prophets, Writings, and Megillot). Very interesting to get a big picture of that structure and some background on why some parts, until just recently, were not learned widely in the yeshiva world for many years.

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