Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Brief Note on a Future Foretold – Parsha Lech Lecha

The Rambam refers to Parsha Lech Lecha, as the true story of creation– the foundation story of the unique relationship that developed between God and one particular people – the Children of Israel. In essence, ground zero of the History of the … Continue reading

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A Brief Note on a Whole New World – Parsha Noach

Parsha Noach is a difficult chapter of the Torah. God had reconsidered having made Man. He did not like his ultimate creation. The offspring of Adam had become wicked and evil. There was however one man who found grace in God’s eyes. … Continue reading

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A Brief Note on God and His Works – Parsha Bereshit

Parsha Bereshit begins with a short, yet incredibly complex, statement:  “In the beginning God created …” Then follows a brief account of the steps undertaken by God on the six days of creation:  from nothing God conjured up completeness – the … Continue reading

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