Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775
Ki Tetze, Deuteronomy 21:10 - 25:19
By:
Rabbi Fred Davidow
This week's parsha exemplifies the concept that fearing God is intended to “prevent people from fearing human beings more than God.”
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Shofetim, Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9
By:
Rabbi Danielle Stillman
This week's portion sheds light on justice in legal settings and on "doing what is right" in general.
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Re’eh, Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17
By:
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
The opening word of this parsha reminds us that facing each new day demands intentional, not accidental “waking.”
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Ekev, Deuteronomy 7:1-11:25
By:
Rabbi Fred Davidow
This week's portion reminds us that thanking God for the food and assets we have acknowledges our limitations of power at times when we could get carried away by inflated ideas of our own worth.
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Va’etchanan, Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11
By:
Rabbi Howard Alpert
Shabbos Nachamu, the “Sabbath of Consolation,” immediately follows Tisha B’Av and is observed by many in the Orthodox world as a time for meeting one’s bashert.
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