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An Example Of Dedication In Service

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The role of the spiritual guide is to connect the student to him so that through his efforts the student can constantly rise and come closer to the level of his Rav. The teacher explains from his level and creates several intermediate “stations,” actions that the student makes on his way toward him.

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What Does The Torah Tell Us

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The Torah, “Leviticus,” 1:9:but its innards and its legs, he shall wash with water. Then the Cohen shall cause to [go up in] smoke all [of the animal] on the altar, as a burnt-offering, a fire offering, [with] a pleasing fragrance to the Lord.

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Blogging the Bible Parshat Emor

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Leading Off

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There Is No Creator Without Man, And There Is No Man Without The Creator

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The Torah, “Leviticus,” 1:3-1:4: If his sacrifice is a burnt-offering from cattle, an unblemished male he shall bring it. He shall bring it willingly to the entrance of the Tent of Meeting before the Lord…and it will be accepted…

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Dag BaOmer: A Fishy Holiday

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On the second day of the Hebrew month of Iyar, the seventeenth day of the omer, there is a little-known holiday that you won’t find on a typical Jewish calendar. That’s because it’s completely made up. It’s called Dag BaOmer. You might be thinking, “That actually sounds kind of familiar,” but you’re probably thinking of Lag BaOmer, the thirty-third day of the Omer, which commemorates the anniversary of the...

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Moray HaAish Parshat Emor

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An Extension of Holiness

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10-Minute Parsha Series [video] Parshat Emor

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There A Shabbat In Other Realms?

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Parashat Emor: Difference and the Service of the Lord

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Jews read sections of the Torah each week, and these sections, known as parshiyot, inspire endless examination year after year. Each week we will brin...

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1 Minute Vort on the Parsha Parshat Emor

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The Creator Sustainer

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Life Coaching from the Parasha Parshat Emor

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Shabbat: A Different World

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