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The Promises of Passover
Their miraculous rescue from capture at the Red Sea provided a unique opportunity for freedom and spiritual fulfillment, initially appreciated and embraced, but soon squandered.
Parshas Tazria: Spiritual Growth Begins at Conception
Commitment to self appraisal and spiritual growth comes only after painful awareness of our own limited understanding, as well as a heart felt desire to rely upon HaShem’s grace, love and kindness.
Parshas Shemini: Choose Kosher Living - Choose Life!
Judaism accounts for the long term process of human spiritual growth by offering forgiveness to any sincerely contrite person no matter when that change of heart and mind occurs.
Parshas Tzav: The Divine Principle of Continuity
The physical and spiritual integration needed to keep our inner fire burning for a holy way of life pre-supposes the act of being conceived and born into this world.
Purim: Jewish Survival Then and Now
Today, many Jews do not believe that we face existential threats woven together from the threads of generational, self-perpetuated abortion homicide and support of government policies biased against Jewish safety and security.
Parshas Pekudei: Creating a Dwelling Place for God
Every person's moral contribution is necessary to create and maintain a dwelling place for God on earth.
Parshas Vayakhel: The Preservation of Human Life on Shabbat
Pikuach Nefesh means that all life is special and belongs to God and that the preservation of human life overrides any other religious rule of Judaism, including Sabbath restrictions.
Parshas Ki Tisa: The Gift of Divine Mercy
We will need a Father's tender mercies and the consolation of second and third chances to redeem ourselves along the way to transformative living.
Parshas Tetzaveh: Connecting To Holiness
Because the human soul longs to rest in the holiness and peace of God, an indulgence worth the sacrifice of every worldly satisfaction and ambition.
Parshas Terumah: Building Our Inner Sanctuary
Looking deeper into this account, we recognize that the ultimate dwelling place of God is within each and every one of us.
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