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20.03.2013
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22.03.2012
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הרב יוסף מזרחי

פרשת עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות

פרשת פקודי ופרשת השקלים -מה זה מחצית השקל ולמה נותנים את מחצית השקל? ולמה מכריזים על השקלים בחודש אדר?
למה המילים משכן ומשכון הם אותו השורש?
ההרבה שאלות והרבה תשובות בפרק זה של לגימת חסידות עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב על פרשת פקודי

הרב אברהם הכהן

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09.02.2014
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שלום חברים! כל מי שיכול בבקשה ממכם כל סרט טוב שראיתם ממה שאני העלתי או אחרים כמובן רק סרטי יהדות תלחצו על אהבתי וגם תגובה טובה או תודה וכמה זה חיזק אותכם כהוקרה על כל ההשקעה בערוץ זה מאוד חשוב לי ונותן כח להמשיך להעלות לכם עוד סרטים תודה לכולם!

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צדקה בינלאומית הרב אברהם בן אסולין

11.02.2014
שתפו תחברים והרשמו לערוץ שלי הרשמה לערוץ תעניק לכם את הזכות להיות הראשונים לדעת על כל הרצאה או סרטון חדש שיוצא לפני כולם
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ובבקשה מכם לא לצפות בסרטונים בשבת וחגים
אנא בכל לשון בקשה שתפו את הערוץ בפייסבוק או בכל אתר שיתוף
וקח תקחו זכות נצחית בזיכוי הרבים
יהי רצון שכל השיעורים יהיו לנורה בת לאה בריאות הגוף והנפש ונחת מכולם
לרפואה שלמה מהרה לחיים בן מרים
ולעילוי נשמת אלי בן מזל ומשה בן גליה

הרב פינטו – פרשת / שהתקיים בלוס אנגלס / כ”ה בשבט תשע”ד

פרשת הרב שלמה יעקב ביטון

פרשת   עי הרב אליהו דיסקין יתרו יח שבט תשסט

12.01.2014
לחץ על הקישור הבא: והאזן או הורד אלפי קלטות אודיו
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הרב יהודה קרויזר –

הרב פינטו

עונג שבת – פרשת – תוכנית באורך מלא

פרשת הרשמה לערוץ תעניק לכם את הזכות להיות הראשונים לדעת על כל הרצאה או סרטון חדש שיוצא לפני כולם
ובבקשה מכם לא לצפות בסרטונים בשבת וחגים

הרב זמיר כהן

קול צופייך | תשנ”ח ו’ שבט | פרשת | הלכות ט”ו בשבט | מרן הרב מרדכי אליהו

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לתכנים וסרטים נוספים בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל תשע”א

פרשת הרב קניאל שליט”א כרמיאל

הרב פינטו שיעור מוסר על פרשת שיעור קונפרנס לאשדוד

חדש! פרשת – הכרת הטוב הרב הרצל חודר מומלץ ומרתק ביותר!!!

פרשת הרב אליהו אור

פרשת הרב דרוקמן

קול צופייך | פרשת תשע”ד | הלכות הנלמדות מהמן | הרה”ג שמואל אליהו

07.01.2014
שיעורו השבועי של מורנו הרב שמואל אליהו על פרשת בדינים והלכות הנלמדות מירידת המן במדבר.. צפייה מהנה..
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לתכנים שיעורים וסרטים נוספים של הרב שמואל אליהו
בקרו באתר הרב מרדכי אליהו
http://www.harav.org/

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת

11.01.2014
דרשותיו המהממות של הרב ברוך רוזנבלום על פרשת השבוע המתקיימות בימי חמישי בעיר בני ברק ברחוב רבי עקיבא 52 בשעה 20:30

הרב שלמה לוינשטיין שליט”א –  פרשת  התשע”ב

27.01.2013
לעוד שיעורים של הרב ועוד רבנים אחרים יותר מ – 7.5000 שיעורים!!
בקרו בערוץ היוטיוב של ‘עמרם שלום פרידמן’

פרשת

2 דקות תורה לפרשת
הכנסו לערוץ – http://www.youtube.com/user/2Torah

לחצו “הרשם” \ subscribe ו”אהבתי” \ like.
שתי דקות של תורה – פרשת השבוע.
.Two minutes of torah, parashat bo
חידוש קצר מפרשת השבוע פרשת בא.
מפי הרב הצדיק רבי יוסף שובלי שליט”א.

קישורים:

http://www.breslev-midot.com/%D7%94%D… הרבי מליובאוויטש , rabbi melubavitz

שתי דקות תורה – חידושים קצרים על פרשת שבוע.

הידברות-הרב אורי זוהר-פרשת שמות

08.02.2012

פרשת שמות
הרב אורי זוהר ממשיך בסדר הפרשיות והמוסר שעומד מאחוריהם והפעם פרשת שמות.

מהרחו

29.07.2013   Rav Moshe Armoni

 

פרשת בא

11.12.2011

שיעורים של הרב מרדכי אלון שליט”א לפרשת השבוע משנת תשסח
בית מדרש ואהבת מושבה מגדל
הקדמה לספר שמות
שמות, פסוק א עד יא

הרב אברהם חפוטא שליט”א

הרב יצחק רצאבי הדרשה השבועית מוצ”ש 19.1.13 פרשת

19.01.2013

הרב יצחק רצאבי שליט”א הדרשה השבועית פרשת בא תשע”ג – באדיבות אתר יהודי נט פרשת השבוע http://www.yehudy.net

הרב יונה מצגר

הרב שקד בוהדנה שליט”א – פרשת ” ” תשע”א.

 הרב משה סוסנה

01.01.2013

מה התועלת שיצאה מהשיעבוד במצרים? ומה עלינו ללמוד מכך.

שיעור שבועי הרב ניר בן ארצי שליט”א

בקשות פרשת Bakashot Parashat

13.01.2011

On the Hilula of Baba Sali on Motsae Shabbat January 8th, the Sephardic Community got together at Abir Yaakob Congregation to sing the Moroccan Bakashot of Parashat Bo along with some of the piyutim of Yagel Yaakob.
Hazanim included:
R’ David Kadoch of Abir Yaakob
R’ Aviv Ouanounou of Magen David

Divre Torah address given by: Haham Amram Assayag

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Rabbi Harroch

2014 02 27 Sfas Emes on Parasha …with Reb Aryeh

Rav Sprecher Parashat HaChodesh 5774

24.03.2014


Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – “Parashat …..”

17.12.2013
Visit Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi Web Site – http://www.divineinformation.com/

Parashat….. with Rabbi Avraham Gaon Highlights BukharianCommunity .com

Parshat … Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

Harav Ginsburgh’s English Channel









Likutei Torah

The purpose of this channel is to give a quick opportunity for a person that wants to learn the Likutei Torah on the Porsho but does not have the time and energy to do so.

Shlomo Katz Nigun of the Week

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Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Parshat and more…

15.12.2011
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Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Daf Yomi Talmud Succah page 6 Gemarrah Succot Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי תלמוד גמרא סוכה ו׳

Rabbi Svirsky

Rabbi Sam Thurgood




Rabbi Milevsky

videos from the YU Torah MiTzion Beit Midrash and Yeshivat Or Chaim

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Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu !

23.03.2014

Rav Ron Chaya et Leava vous présentent ” Peiner, puis faire les Mitsvots avec joie, cela apporte en nous l’amour de D-ieu ! “.

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Tazria 5771 par le Rav Barkats : Hala’ha et Paracha

30.03.2011

Tazria 5771 par le Rav Barkats : Hala’ha et Paracha

Rav Jeremy  Diffusons la Torah

Dva’h Mal’hout Parachat ….

 19.03.2014

Etudes avec Yaacov Corda

Grand Rabbin Gilles Bernheim

04.03.2014

Grand Rabbin Gilles Bernheim / Parasha ….
Radio Shalom
4 mars 2014

Parachat … Rav TOUITOU

Cour de torah sur la Paracha ….par Avy Allouche, d´après les cours du Rav Corda

Rav Yossef Tordjmann présente: Paracha …..

02.03.2014
Cours dédié à la mémoire de Fortunée Messaouda bat Myriam, Esther bat Messaouda, Victor Haim ben Atou, Martine Aziza bat Yvonne Myriam, Reine bat Haki, Dina bat Diamanté, Gaston Haim Yehouda ben Rina, Moche Dov ben Haziza et Julie Zouira bat Kouika, ainsi que pour la guérison complète du bébé Odaya Haya bat Vicky Rivka Shila, Antoine ben Emile, Haim Mickael ben Rivka, Makhlouf ben Haya, David ben Rahel, Yehouda ben Rahel, Mike Meyer Haim ben Simha, Touna bat Esther, Esther bat Rahel, Chalom ben Avraham, Haya bat Rahel, Hamous ben Rahel, Eliyahou ben Chlomo, Moche ben Avraham et Bilha Braha bat Rahel.

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Cours audio : Paracha Tazria-Metsora – Purete/impureté par le Rav Dov Roth -Lumbroso

23.04.2012
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Cours vidéo : Paracha Tazria-Metsora – Purete-impureté par le Rav Dov Roth-Lumbroso

Parasha Tazria: Le Rav Mordochaï Bensoussan nous éclaire

Paracha de la semaine Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Cheléma à Jérusalem

5 minutes sur la paracha de cette semaine par le Rav Messod Touboul.

Rabbanim Torah Box

Institutions à la mémoire des Tzaddikim Rabbi Haïm et Rabbi Moche aaron Pinto Zatsal

Rav Raphael Pinto

PARACHA DE LA SEMAINE 5774

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PARACHA DE LA SEMAINE

Paracha  le sens des lois de la Caherout par le Rav Yossef David Cohen

03.04.2012
Toutes les vidéos et articles sur la Paracha Chemini sur http://www.jattitude.net/category/par&#8230;

Paracha de la semaine : Rabbanim …

Rav Avraham Kadoch présente le pack chabbat de la paracha de Tazria,.

18.03.2014
Rav Avraham Kadoch.

Réfléchis, Arrêtes de courir et Prends du recul !

22.04.2011
Nous sommes fin de Paracha Chémini et la Torah nous dit de ne pas détruire notre âme avec la nourriture. Intéressant, la Torah ne parle pas d’hygiène du corps mais d’hygiène de l’âme. La nourriture non cacher ferme les portes de la compréhension et de la sensibilité. La religion juive authentique est impossible en dehors du respect de la cacherout. ‘Car je suis Hachem qui vous fait monter de la terre de Mitsraim (lieu des limites) pour devenir votre D., vous deviendrez Saint car je suis Saint, cous livre le verset. Nos sages remarquent que c’est la première fois que nous parlons de MONTÉE d’Egypte et non de sortie. Ah, qu’ils sont sages nos sages ! Rien ne leur échappe! Pourquoi la Cacherout bénéficie-t-elle d’un rappel plus fort que toutes les autres Mitsvot ?

KITOV FR TAZRIA DU REVEIL A L’ACTION 9’48 par le Rav Yossef David Cohen – Kitov

La paracha de la semaine … Rabbin Joseph Abittan

Sefer 3 – Vaykra – Paracha TAZRIA 5774 – Rabbin Joseph Abittan

22.01.2013

Rav Michaël Tubiano – Paracha Tazria

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J´suis ta reine, pas ta boniche !! – Tazria- Cours epoustouflant-24 Mars 2014

 

Parachat  ….

Le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay de la Communauté Emouna Chéléma à Jérusalem nous explique le commentaire du Rav Munk dans La Voix de la Thora sur le verset Vayikra XI, 42 de notre paracha: Chemini שמיני

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Недельная глава Торы “Тазрия”

26.03.2014

Недельная глава Торы ТАЗРИА

22.03.2014

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“Если женщина зачала…” – сказал раби Симлай: “При сотворении мира человек был создан после всего скота, зверей и птиц, подобно этому законы о нем изложены после законов о скоте, звере и птице”.
Две причины, почему человек сотворен последним. Намек в названии главы Тазриа.
לקו”ש ח”ז פ’ תזריע א

 

Недельная глава Тазриа

 01.04.2013

Социальная сеть “Общение, Бней-Ноах и Евреев” наhttp://www.iudaizm.com благодарит Махон Меир:http://russian.machonmeir.net за предоставленную нашему youtube каналу, ИНФОРМАЦИЮ.

Недельная глава Тазриа-Мецора

 07.08.2012

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Недельная глава с Ашером Альтшулем. Глава…

12.03.2014

Ашер Альтшуль беседует о недельной главе Торы в cвете сегоднешней риальности.
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Глава ….

29.03.2012 Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

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Недельная глава 

Rav Moshe Chaim Levin

25.12.2012г. Недельная глава Торы

11.02.2013

Занятие по недельной главе Торы проходит в нашей общине регулярно. В сезоне 2012-2013 – по вторникам, 19:40 – 21:00.

Раввин общины, Йосеф Херсонский разработал формат этого занятия:
– Мини-урок (15-20 минут) помощника раввина
– Часовое занятие раввина, в котором участникам предлагается выбрать наиболее интересующие их темы из сюжета недельной главы. В начале занятия раввин делает общий обзор главы и предлагает участникам список тем, упомянутых в главе + пояснения, каким образом эта тема актуальна сегодня. Каждый участник озвучивает 3 наиболее интересующие его темы. Рейтинг интересующих тем формирует программу занятия.

Данное занятие провел полностью помощник раввина ввиду того, что раввин был в отъезде.

Каждый день есть новое видео о Иудаизме

 

КОЛЛЕЛЬ ПРИ ИЦХАК

Официальный сайт программы “Лимуд” под руководством рава Мойше Шапиро и рава Звулуна Шварцмана

The official website of the “Limmud” under the leadership of Rabbi Moshe Shapiro and Rav Schwartzman Zebulun

Недельная глава  Rabbi Sergei Kruglyanitsa

Недельная глава Rabbi Svirsky

Недельная глава Rav Chaims Haulov

Недельная глава Торы

НЕДЕЛЬНАЯ ГЛАВА ТОРЫ “ТАЗРИА”

20.03.2014

НЕДЕЛЬНАЯ ГЛАВА ТОРЫ “ТАЗРИА”

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Читает раввин, профессор Александр Лакшин. Лекция.

Parshat  Language : german

Kabbala Fankfurt

12.02.2014

Das goldene Kalb
Zitat 1
1 Als aber das Volk sah, dass Mose ausblieb und nicht wieder von dem Berge zurückkam, sammelte es sich gegen Aaron und sprach zu ihm: Auf, mach uns einen G-tt, der vor uns hergehe! Denn wir wissen nicht, was diesem Mann Mose widerfahren ist, der uns aus Ägyptenland geführt hat.
2 Aaron sprach zu ihnen: Reißt ab die goldenen Ohrringe an den Ohren eurer Frauen, eurer Söhne und eurer Töchter und bringt sie zu mir.
3 Da riss alles Volk sich die goldenen Ohrringe von den Ohren und brachte sie zu Aaron.
4 Und er nahm sie von ihren Händen und bildete das Gold in einer Form und machte ein gegossenes Kalb. Und sie sprachen: Das ist dein G-tt, Israel, der dich aus Ägyptenland geführt hat!
(2. Moses 32:1-4)

Zitat 2
19 Sie machten ein Kalb am Horeb und beteten das gegossene Bild an
20 und verwandelten die Herrlichkeit ihres G-ttes in das Bild eines Ochsen, der Gras frisst.
21 Sie vergaßen G-tt, ihren Heiland, der so große Dinge in Ägypten getan hatte,
22 Wunder im Lande Hams und schreckliche Taten am Schilfmeer.
23 Und er gedachte, sie zu vertilgen, wäre nicht Mose gewesen, sein Auserwählter; der trat vor ihm in die Bresche, seinen Grimm abzuwenden, dass er sie nicht verderbe.
(Psalmen 106:19-23)

Zitat 3
Wo keine Rinder sind, da ist die Krippe leer; aber die Kraft des Ochsen bringt reichen Ertrag.
(Sprüche 14:4)

Zitat 4
3 Ein Ochse kennt seinen Herrn und ein Esel die Krippe seines Herrn; aber Israel kennt’s nicht, und mein Volk versteht’s nicht.
(Jesaja 1:3)

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Raw Frand zu Parschat Tasria 5772 (Beitrag 1)

Üble Nachrede bei geistig hochstehenden Menschen

Der grösste Teil dieser Doppel – Parscha spricht über die Gesetze, die den Mezora (den mit Aussatz befallenen) betreffen. Der Talmud [Eruwin 15b] sagt, dass einer der Gründe für diese aussatzähnliche Krankheit, üble Nachrede (Laschon Hara) sei. Sprach ein Mensch in biblischen Zeiten Laschon Hara, sandte ihm der Himmel eine Mahnung, seine Zunge besser zu hüten. Diese Warnung kam mittels Zara’at (eine Art Aussatz). Die kranke Person musste dann dem Kohen (Priester) vorgeführt werden.

Rabbi Nissan Alpert szl. bemerkt dazu, dass die Tora das Wort “Adam” (im Gegensatz zu “Isch”) verwendet. Damit weist sie auf die Vornehmheit und das Ansehen einer Person hin. Es mutet deshalb seltsam an, dass die Tora den Abschnitt über den Mezora-Kranken – also über jemanden, der Laschon Hara geredet hatte – mit dem Wort “Adam” beginnt.

Rav Alpert folgert daraus, dass ein Mensch auf einer hohen geistigen Stufe stehen kann, unabhängig davon, ob er sich übler Nachrede schuldig gemacht hat oder nicht. Ein Mensch kann aussergewöhnlich und angesehen sein (“Adam Chaschuw”) und trotzdem an Klatsch teilhaben. Wie unterscheidet sich denn ein einfacher Mensch, der nicht auf seine Sprache achtet, von einem “Adam Chaschuw”, der Laschon Hara gesprochen hat? Die beiden unterscheiden sich darin, dass der „Adam Chaschuw“ sein Verhalten ändern will. Ein Mensch kann hervorragend sein und dennoch die Sünde von Laschon Hara begehen. Solange er jedoch den festen Willen behält, sich zu bessern, bleibt er ein hervorragender Mensch.
Es ist schwierig, mit Klatsch aufzuhören. Normalerweise fällt es uns schwer, uns in diesem Bereich zu bessern oder zu ändern. “Und er soll zum Kohen gebracht werden” [Wajikra 13:2], bedeutet, dass er sich überwinden muss, zum Kohen zu gehen und eine Kur für seine Fehler zu finden. Eigentlich will er gar nicht gehen und sträubt sich innerlich dagegen.

Auch eine geistig hochstehende Person hat Probleme mit Laschon Hara. Das kommt bei jedem vor. Was jedoch den “Adam” vom “Isch” (den besonderen vom gewöhnlichen Menschen) unterscheidet, ist die innere Haltung des „Adam“ zu diesem Problem. Er zwingt sich dazu, sich zu bessern. Er zwingt sich, Sühne dafür zu finden und schleppt sich zum Kohen: “Und er soll zum Kohen gebracht werden.”

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Raw Frand zu Parschat Tasria 5772 (Beitrag 2)

 

Auf Leben und Tod – für Rav Issar Salman

Rav Issar Salman Melzer (1870 – 1953) war ein grosses Genie und ein grosser Zaddik (Frommer, Gerechter). Einmal sass Rav Issar Salman am Chol Hamoed (einem Halbfeiertag der Wallfahrtsfeste) mit Rav David Zwi Finkel in seinem Studierzimmer. (An diesen Tagen sind zwar die wichtigsten Arbeiten erlaubt, aber Tätigkeiten wie beispielsweise Schreiben sollten, falls nicht unbedingt nötig, vermieden werden.) Rav Issar Salman bat Rav David Zwi Finkel um Bleistift und Papier, um etwas aufzuschreiben. Rav David Finkel fragte seinen Lehrer: “Rebbe, wie kommen Sie dazu etwas aufzuschreiben? Es ist doch Chol Hamoed?” Rav Issar Zalman antwortete, dass es sich um etwas ausserordentlich Dringendes handelte “wie auf Leben und Tod”.
Rav David Zwi wurde sehr aufgeregt und fragte: “Rebbe, was ist passiert? Was ist mit Ihnen los?” Rav Issar Salman fuhr ihm über den Mund: “Es ist eigentlich nichts Besonderes. Nur, dass es für mich fast wie um Leben und Tod geht.”
Rav Finkel brachte Papier und Bleistift und Rav Issar Salman schrieb einen Passuk (Vers) aus dem Buch der Sprüche [Mischlej 4:25] nieder: “Deine Augen seien nach vorne gerichtet, und deine Augenlieder werden dir den Weg weisen.”

Rav David Finkel war verblüfft. “War das eine Sache auf Leben und Tod; einen Passuk niederzuschreiben, den Sie bereits auswendig kennen?”

Daraufhin erklärte Rav Issar Salman: “Hunderte und Aberhunderte Juden kommen mich während Chol Hamoed besuchen, um mir “Gut Jom Tov” zu wünschen. Einige, die kommen, gehören nicht gerade zu den förderlichsten Einwohnern von Jerusalem. Es kommen auch Meschuga’im (Verrückte), Prahler, Nichtsnutze usw. Ich muss hier geduldig sitzen, eine Person nach der anderen empfangen und lächeln. Manchmal stehe ich kurz davor, wütend zu werden und meine Geduld zu verlieren. Ich brauche etwas, das mich davor zurückhält. Jedes Jahr schreibe ich diesen Passuk vor Chol Hamoed auf, um mich an seine übertragene Bedeutung zu erinnern: “Wenn deine Augen jemanden anblicken, richte deine Augen nach innen, benütze die Augenlieder (schliesse sie), um nur sich selbst zu sehen.” (Mit anderen Worten: “Schau nicht auf SEINE Fehler, sondern schaue auf deine eigenen Fehler.”) Es ist für mich deshalb überaus wichtig, diesen Passuk vor mir auf dem Pult zu haben, damit ich niemanden (innerlich) kritisiere. Ich brauche das unbedingt. Wenn Menschen hereinkommen, schaue ich auf diesen Passuk und sage mir: “Mache dir keine Gedanken über sie, sondern denke über dich selbst nach.” In diesem Jahr habe ich vor Jom Tov vergessen, diesen Passuk niederzuschreiben. Für mich ist es jedoch lebenswichtig, diesen Passuk aufzuschreiben – sogar an Chol Hamoed!”

Rav Issar Salman achtete besonders darauf, niemanden zu kritisieren oder bei anderen Menschen nach Fehlern zu suchen; für ihn war dies fast wie eine Sache auf Leben und Tod.

Es gibt zwei Arten von Menschen auf dieser Welt: Diejenigen, für die ein Glas halb leer ist und diejenigen, für die ein Glas halb voll erscheint. Für diejenigen, die Laschon Hara reden, erscheint das Glas halb leer. Die Menschen, die das Glas halb voll sehen, sind nicht diejenigen, die an anderen herumnörgeln und Fehler suchen, sondern das sind die glücklichen Menschen, die in ihren Partnern, Kindern und ihrer Umgebung das Gute sehen. Dies sind die glücklicheren Menschen.

Laschon Hara ist nicht nur für die Person, über die gesprochen wird, zerstörerisch – sie richtet auch die Person, die so redet, zugrunde. Laschon Hara lehrt sie nämlich, eine negative Einstellung zu haben und das ist etwas Schreckliches.

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Parashá Tazría

04.04.2008

El Rabino David Tabachnik, director de los Institutos Ariel en la parashá de la semana se refiere al nacimiento. El bebé en el vientre materno recibe enseñanzas sobre D’os, la Torá y el pueblo de Israel. Luego cuando nace, un ángel con un golpecito en los labios le hace olvidar todo lo que aprendió durante los nueve meses de gestación. De ahí en más, el niño irá aprendiendo y recordando durante toda su vida. El Rabino dice que todo ser humano posee una vela en su interior, que podrá transformarse en antorcha de esperanza o en penumbras y sombras, de acuerdo a como conduzca su existencia. 04/04/08

Parashat …….

 Rabino Alfredo Goldschmdit

PARASHAT TAZRÍA – EL PACTO QUE DESPLAZA AL SHABAT

 01.04.2011

Mensaje 2 del Rabino Itzjak Ginsburgh para la parashá TAZRÍA 5771
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La parashá de esta semana es Parashá Tazría. En el inicio del parashá se relata acerca de una mujer dando a luz a un varón, y luego hay una mitzvá , ubaiom hashminí imol besar orlató , “y en el octavo día su prepucio será circuncidado”. Entonces está es la mitzvá en la Torá del brit milá, “el pacto de la circuncisión”.

Hay muchas cosas diferentes que los sabios aprenden de este verso al inicio de la parashá. Una de ellas es que el brit milá dojá Shabat , “el brit milá desplaza al Shabat”. Ya que dice: ubaiom hashminí , “en el octavo día”, en el octavo día tendrá que ser circuncidado. Eso significa el octavo día desde su nacimiento. Si el niño nació en shabat, el octavo día es el siguiente shabat. De lo anterior aprendemos que el brit milá se impone al Shabat, pues circuncidar a un niño involucra hacer algo que de otra manera estaría prohibido, es uno de los actos de trabajo que están prohibidos en Shabat. Así aprendemos que brit milá es dojá shabat .

Y la continuación de la parashá la Torá trata acerca de todas las leyes pertinentes a la enfermedad de la lepra, tzaraat . Los sabios también aprenden algo sobre lo cual el brit milá se impone, es dojé , que es la lepra. Si en ese miembro de la circuncisión, del brit, hay alguna señal de lepra. En otro contexto está prohibido contundentemente cortar el indicio de lepra, pero para poder cumplir con la mitzvá de brit milá, no tan sólo es permitido, sino que es recomendado cortarlo.

¿Cuál es la diferencia entre estas 2 leyes? Una es que brit milá es dojé Shabat , y la otra es que brit milá es dojé tzaraat , lepra. En relación a Shabat solamente si este es el octavo día, pero si no es exactamente el octavo día desde el nacimiento, si por alguna razón fue imposible realizar la circuncisión el octavo día y ahora se tiene que realizar en algún otro día, en Shabat no puede ser. Solamente brit milá bizmaná , “en su momento”, si es realizada en el tiempo adecuado es dojé Shabat , sino, no.

En lo que respecta a tzaraat , no importa en qué momento es, bein bezmaná bein shelobezmaná , ya sea que fuese en el octavo día o en cualquier otro día, brit milá siempre está por encima de la prohibición de cortar el signo de la lepra.

¿Qué aprendemos de lo anterior espiritualmente, en nuestras almas? Shabat es el placer, el placer Divino, en el nefesh haelokit , el alma judía, el alma Divina. Estar enfermo o estar sano tiene que ver con el poder de la voluntad, que es el origen de la sangre en el cuerpo, la sangre es el alma, la sangre se relaciona implícitamente con el alma, hadam hu hanefesh , incluso la sangre se la equipara con el alma. Y el poder de la sangre para fluir, y para la persona… para que el cuerpo esté sano, también para que el funcionamiento del alma sea correcto, el origen de la sangre en la voluntad, es también un poder supra-racional del alma, así como el placer es supra-racional, así también la voluntad.

Parashat Tazría 5771 – “El Poder del Brit Milá”

 

31.03.2011

Mensaje 1 del Rabino Itzjak Ginsburgh para la parashá TAZRÍA 5771
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En la parasha de la semana, parashat Tazría, está el precepto de la circuncisión, el brit milá : “וביום השמיני ימול בשר ערלתו” , ubeiom hashminí imol besar orlató , “y en el día octavo circuncidará la carne de su prepucio”. Los sabios aprenden muchas leyes de este verso, y hay un dicho de los sabios muy importante sobre la palabra ” orlató “, sobre la que dicen ” orlató vadai “, “su prepucio cierto”. Si hay certidumbre acerca de la sobre piel, orlató vadai , entonces el día octavo circuncidará la carne de su prepucio”, entonces la circuncisión desplaza al Shabat. La principal novedad que se aprende aquí, “y en el octavo día”, es que si el octavo día cae en Shabat, es decir que el nacimiento fue en Shabat y por lo tanto la próxima semana el octavo día caerá también en Shabat kodesh, se hace el brit milá en Shabat.

Y teóricamente fuera de este contexto la acción de la circuncisión sería una profanación del Shabat, pero de todas maneras “la milá desplaza al Shabat si es en su momento”, si la circuncisión es en su momento. ¿Pero cuándo? Sólo si “su prepucio”, si es orlató, si está confirmado que hay sobrepiel. Ahora, qué quiere decir? Hay 4 explicaciones de los sabios, acerca de qué es ” orlató vadai “, que “seguro hay sobrepiel”.

Ante todo, antes de que se digan las explicaciones, digamos que hay aquí algo acerca del brit milá, en especial cuando es una circuncisión en término, que fija la psiquis una certeza. Siendo que sabemos del Baal Shem Tov que Amalek- עמלק es de guematria safek- ספק , “duda”, una duda en la fe. Y hay algo en el cumplimiento del pacto de la circuncisión, o del cuidado del pacto de la circuncisión [el miembro sexual] que determina establece una certeza en la psiquis, y esto está insinuado en esta palabra, en la enseñanza de los sabios “orlató vadai”, “su sobrepiel cierta”.
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Parashá Tazría

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El Rabino David Tabachnik, director de los Institutos Ariel en la parashá de la semana se refiere al nacimiento. El bebé en el vientre materno recibe enseñanzas sobre D’os, la Torá y el pueblo de Israel. Luego cuando nace, un ángel con un golpecito en los labios le hace olvidar todo lo que aprendió durante los nueve meses de gestación. De ahí en más, el niño irá aprendiendo y recordando durante toda su vida. El Rabino dice que todo ser humano posee una vela en su interior, que podrá transformarse en antorcha de esperanza o en penumbras y sombras, de acuerdo a como conduzca su existencia. 04/04/08

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Hay algo muy especial con respecto a los mandamientos, acerca del concepto de ordenar, mandar. Ordenar, en primer lugar implica reinado, ¿Quién da órdenes, quien manda? El rey, un rey ordena. Entonces, el hecho que toda la Torá sea un libro de preceptos, quiere decir que todo su propósito es el de revelar, manifestar el reino de Dios en la tierra, que Hashem Hu Hamelej, que Dios es el Rey, Él ordena y nosotros cumplimos, lo que Él ordena nosotros lo hacemos.

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Parshat Vayikra opens the third book of Torah by outlining korban, burnt offerings. Rabbi Ari Strulowitz of Midwest NCSY, interprets the wording of the second verse: “a man from AMONG you brings a sacrifice.”
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Parshat Tazria: Skin Care Tips from the Torah

 05.03.2010

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Tazria is possibly the grossest parsha in the entire Torah, full of scaly skin, sprouting sores and breakouts of Biblical proportions. Join the contagiously comic chronicler of crustiness Jennifer Traig for a tour of Biblical skin disease. Bring your own pimple cream.

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Tazria

Living with the Parsha: No Pain, No Gain
Adar II 24, 5774 · March 26, 2014

 

The quiet clank of knives and forks on plates was testimony to the delicious supper. The Cohen family sat together, enjoying the steamy meatballs and spaghetti. Ben, with a thoughtful look on his face, broke the silence.

“Why do crabs need to break out of their old shells in order to grow bigger?”

His older sister, Rachel, gave him a glare. “David! We’re eeeeaaaating.”

“Seriously,” David persisted in his questioning. “It must be painful—imagine having to shed your comfy shell… Our biology teacher just laughed at my question today, but I really mean it!”

Rachel was about to launch into a lecture about how biology should never be mentioned at the dinner table, when she noticed their father clearing his throat.

“You know,” Mr. Cohen began, “your question is actually connected to this week’s Torah reading.” David blushed with pride. “I didn’t realize it had anything to do with the reading of Tazria!”

“Oh yes,” his father continued. “Let’s see…what does Tazria talk about?”

Rachel leaned forward with interest. “It’s all about tzara’at. That was a skin disease somewhat similar to leprosy that the Jews used to get if they spoke negatively about someone else, lashon hara. They would have to leave the camp or the city and remain outside until their tzara’at was cured.”

Mr. Cohen smiled. “True, whoever got tzara’at needed to leave the encampment. How do think that person felt?”

“Painful, hurt, humiliated… hey, are you comparing them to crabs?!” Ben looked at his Dad. “How could you? The crabs are going through the pain to grow—something good is happening. And… I mean… someone who got tzara’at needed to go through the pain as a punishment! There’s no comparison!”

Rubbing his hands together, Mr. Cohen looked at his two children. “It may seem like there is no similarity between a crab and someone with tzara’at—but there is. Tzara’atmay seem like a punishment, but it is in fact a cleanser. At the end, only good came out of it—the person became a changed man!”

“I get it,” Ben exclaimed, “The punishment was not so terrible, because in the end, there was an improvement—he became like a new person!”

“Bingo! The name of the Torah reading, Tazria, which means “to plant,” is also a hint to this, teaching us that something new and positive comes from hardship. You plant the seed in the ground, it autodestructs, and then you get something new growing.”

They all sat there in silence, until Rachel summed it up: “No pain, no gain!”

Countdown to Passover!

JewishKids.org Update

Adar II 21, 5774 · March 23, 2014
Countdown to Passover!
Hey Kids!Spring is here, and so is the next Jewish holiday: Passover!With just 3 weeks until the Seder, there’s so much we need to do! Here’s a short list to get you started:_ Clean out House
_ Memorize the Ma Nishtana
Sell your Chametz
_ Visit JewishKids.org for videos, stories, songs and games about the holiday!Happy Cleaning!
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A Dramatic Passover Story

The story is told of when the Maharal of Prague invoked the mystical teachings of Kabbalah to create an awesome superhero to save the Jewish people. (Starring Leonard Nimoy: Star Trek’s “Mr. Spock”)

by Chaim Clorfene and Simcha Gottlieb
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Eli and Ezzy wonder what life would be like if they were still slaves in Egypt.

By Dovid Taub and Yitzchak Feigenbaum
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An Animated Story

Children will enjoy coloring these images depicting the various customs and traditions of the days preceding Passover and of the Passover seder. (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Illustrated by Norman Nodel and Aron Friedman

The complete process of Shmurah Matzah baking, from the harvesting of the wheat and grinding the kernels to baking of the fresh matzah in the traditional wood burning stove.

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The Price of Free SpeechBritain’s Former Chief Rabbi Lord Jonathan SacksHow dangerous lashon hara can be is illustrated by the story of Joseph and his brothers. The Torah says that he “brought an evil report” to his father about some of his brothers (Gen. 37: 2). This was not the only provocation that led his brothers to plot to kill him and eventually sell him as a slave. There were several other factors. But his derogatory gossip did not endear him to his siblings.READ MORE » The Price of Free Speech
SeclusionRabbi Ari KahnDeath is modern man’s ultimate fear. It is the ultimate defeat; it debilitates not only the victim, but also those left behind – loved ones, family and friends. And yet, in our experience, when death makes an appearance, the tum’ah that results is “healed” by a simple washing of the hands; a few cups of water and life goes on – at least in terms of tum’ah.READ MORE » Seclusion
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Mi She’asah Nissim: The PrayerOU PressThis Shabbat we will recite the Birkat HaChodesh prayer for Chodesh Nissan, the first month of the Jewish calendar. In this prayer, we mention our exodus from Egypt and pray for redemption – why do this specifically in the context of Birkat HaChodesh? What resonance do these memories and prayers have with the institution of Birkat HaChodesh?READ MORE » Mi She’asah Nissim: The Prayer
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CHASSIDIC DIMENSION: The Purpose of Punishment (Tazria)

Tazria
Adar II 25, 5774 · March 27, 2014

 

The Purpose of Punishment

The titles given to Torah portions do more than distinguish one from another; they reflect the theme and overall content of each.1

What possible connection is there then between the title of Tazria (“Conceive”) and the contents of this portion, which deal mainly with the leprous-like affliction of tzora’as — unknown nowadays — that resulted from evil gossip, Lashon HaRah.

Not only does the title Tazria seem to have no connection with tzora’as , they are seemingly antithetical:

Tazria, “Conceive,” refers to birth and new life, as the verse states:2 “When a woman conceives and gives birth…,” while tzora’as indicates the very opposite, as our Sages state:3 “One afflicted with tzora’as is considered as if dead.”

The concept of Reward and Punishment is one of the foundations of Jewish faith. TheRambam states it thusly:4 “The eleventh fundament is that G-d rewards those who obey the Torah’s commandments and punishes those who transgress them….”

Since the Torah is replete with verses that indicate that G-d is compassionate and merciful, it follows that His punishments are not for the sake of revenge5 — Heaven forbid — but are for the sinners benefit.6

However, it is not patently obvious that most of the Torah’s punishments benefit the individual during his lifetime. This was not the case regarding tzora’as ; it was clearly revealed that this benefited the person:

The Rambam writes:7 “This alteration [of tzora’as] that affects clothing and dwellings…. was not a natural phenomenon. Rather, it was a sign and a wonder that affected the Jewish people in order to keep them from speaking Lashon HaRah. For he who speaks Lashon HaRah will have the beams of his house altered [by tzora’as].

“If he repents, then the house becomes undefiled… If he does not… ultimately the person himself will become afflicted with tzora’as , and will have to be separated from others until he ceases occupying himself with evil speech, scoffing and Lashon HaRah.”

Thus, G-d reordered nature to keep individuals from engaging in Lashon HaRah.Tzora’as would first afflict a person’s home, then his clothing, and finally his person, in order to tell the sinner, gently at first and then more severely, to stop indulging inLashon HaRah.

Even the punishment of the person himself, which required that he “sit alone; outside the camp shall be his dwelling,”8 was for the purpose of seeing to it that he “cease occupying himself in evil speech, scoffing and Lashon HaRah.”

The reason why this portion is titled Tazria will be understood accordingly: Tazria , “Conceive,” is the beginning of life. The tzora’as itself, as well as the person’s dwelling alone, are not so much meant as a punishment, but as a means of rectification and healing, enabling one to begin a new lifestyle free of Lashon HaRah.

All aspects of Torah serve as a lesson. Tzora’as , then, was clearly for the benefit of the individual. The same is true of all punishments in the Torah; they are all for the rectification of the sinner, that he return to the proper path in life.

And why is this lesson specifically gleaned from tzora’as ? Because the suffering oftzora’as — being considered as if dead and compelled to exist in absolute solitude — is one of the most severe in the Torah.

If in this instance we can clearly see the benefit — being reborn anew, Tazria — then surely this is so with other punishments: they are all part of a sinner’s spiritual rehabilitation, thus helping make a new beginning possible.

Based on Likkutei Sichos , Vol. XXII, pp. 70-73.

FOOTNOTES
1. See previous essay. See also sources cited in Likkutei Sichos XXI , p. 250 fns. 1-2.
2. Vayikra 12:1.
3. Nedarim 64b.
4. Commentary to the Mishnah , Introduction to Chapter Cheilek.
5. See Berachos 5a.
6. See Kuzari II-45; Ikrim IIII-38.
7. Conclusion of Hilchos Tumas Tzora’as , and similarly in his Commentary on theMishnah , Nega’im 12:5; Moreh Nevuchim III-47.
8. Vayikra 13:46.

PARSHAH PICKS: What’s Wrong with Gossip That’s True? (Tazria)

Adar II 26, 5774 · March 28, 2014
General Overview:

 

The bulk of this week’s portion, Tazria, discusses various forms of tzara’at, skin maladies which are contracted as a result of engaging in forbidden gossip. Also discussed are certain garment discolorations which constitute “clothing tzara’at.”

 

This Week’s Features

By Rochel Holzkenner
PARSHAH

Leviticus 12:1–13:59

Post-childbirth ritual purification, and tzaraat (“leprosy”), a spiritual affliction.

COLUMNISTS
“I went to a psychiatrist and he helped me solve my problem,” said the compulsive shoplifter. “I don’t feel guilty anymore”

By Yossy Goldman
The Torah teaches that the human being the most superior of all creations. It also states that man is inferior to all other creatures. Both statements are correct…

By Lazer Gurkow
Brit Milah carries the promise of three rewards: the divine presence, the land of Israel, and the royal House of David. What is the connection between these three gifts and the covenant of circumcision?

By Lazer Gurkow
VIDEO

A Taste of Text—Tazria

Can you imagine a world bereft of evil talk, rumors, slander and gossip? What would it look like?

By Chana Weisberg
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By Chaim Miller
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Letters and Numbers of Torah – Tazria

In the verse Leviticus 13:33, the word “v’hitgalach” meaning “he shall shave” has a large-sized letter gimmel. The letter gimmel is numerically equivalent to the number 3. What is the connection between the number three, Biblical leprosy, removing hair, and the time of the Omer count?

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GARDEN OF TORAH: Conceiving New Life (Tazria)

Adar II 25, 5774 · March 27, 2014
Conceiving New Life
Tazria; Leviticus 12:1-13:59

Adapted from
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. I, p. 236ff; Vol. VII, p. 78-79;
Vol. XII, p. 70ff; Vol. XXII, p. 70ff;
Sefer HaSichos 5749, p. 379ff;
Sefer HaSichos 5751, p. 490ff

The Deepest Intimacy

One of the analogies used to describe the relationship between G-d and the Jewish people is the love between a man and a woman.1 On the human level, this relationship is multidimensional, including the deepest levels of intimacy. Similarly, the love between the Jews and G-d is a complex, dynamic union. “The Holy One, Blessed be He, and Israel are one”2 joined in an ardent bond. Indeed, the prophet3uses the simile, “Your Maker is your mate.”

On the mortal plane, physical intimacy is more than a connection between man and woman; new life is conceived.4 Similarly with regard to the bond between G-d and the Jewish people, the relationship propagates vitality.

Planting Seeds

The opening verse of our Torah reading alludes to this concept, stating: “When a woman conceives and gives birth.” The “woman” refers to the Jewish people, who bring new life into the world.

More particularly, tazria, the term translated as “conceives” means “gives seed.” This term also is of metaphoric significance. For after a seed is planted in the earth, its shell must decompose. Only then will the growth potential of the earth be expressed.

This motif applies to our people as a whole, and to every individual. Our lives center around material concerns. Even with regard to our Divine service, it is the actual observance of the mitzvos, not the feelings they arouse, which is of primary importance. Yes, “G-d desires the heart.”5 But if one meditates on the Shema all morning with love and fear, yet doesn’t actually recite the words, or if one is inspired with heartfelt compassion for a poor person, but fails to actually give him charity, one’s Divine service would be inadequate. For “deed is what is most essential.”6

And thus mitzvos are referred to as “seeds,” as it is written:7 “Sow for yourselves for charity.”8 For every mitzvah is an infusion of Divine energy into our material world, which when cultivated will blossom and bear fruit.

The ultimate fruit will be the Redemption, the era when the G-dliness invested in the world by the Divine service of the Jewish people over thousands of years will flourish.9This will remake the nature of existence, allowing us to appreciate the Divine core of all being. Since the world itself will then become conscious of its G-dly nature, this redemption will never be followed by exile. For G-dliness will never again be concealed.

The Wonder of Conception

Our Sages10 interpret the expression “When a woman conceives” as implying that it is she who initiates the intensification of the relationship. Similarly, in the analog, the implication is that man does not merely respond to G-d. Instead, he taps the core of his being and summons up the energy needed to heighten his connection with Him.

On this basis, we can understand why the verse highlights the importance of conception rather than birth. Although new life is brought into the world at birth, the fetus already exists; conception is the closest example in our lives to the creation of something from nothing.11

Chassidic thought12 explains that the potential to create something from nothing lies with G-d alone. Since He is not, Heaven forbid, dependent on any other cause, it is within His ability to create something material existence out of absolute naught.

G-d has imparted His essence to man, and thus the core of every soul is “an actual part of G-d.”13 As such, man also has the power of creation, but in reverse. He lives in this material world, and makes “nothing from something,” revealing the G-dly potential that exists within himself and his ephemeral environment. This is the power of conception possessed by “the woman,” mankind. Through the expression of this potential, we become G-d’s “partner in creation,”14 fashioning the world into a dwelling for Him.15

Life and Death

The name Tazria, which underscores the theme of conception, is connected not only to the opening passages, but to the reading in its entirety. This appears to present a difficulty, for although the first passages speak about birth, the main body of the reading concerns itself with tzaraas, a bodily affliction resembling leprosy.

Tzaraas is the very opposite of new life. Indeed, our Sages state16 that a person afflicted with tzaraas is considered dead. What place does such a subject have in a Torah reading associated with new life?

This difficulty can be resolved on the basis of two concepts: Firstly, tzaraas is not merely a physical malady, it is, to quote the Rambam:17 “beyond the natural pattern of the world… a Divine sign and a wonder18 for the Jewish people to warn them against speaking Lashon Hora [gossip and slander].”

Secondly, the punishments prescribed by the Torah are not for the sake of retribution, but rather to absolve a person’s sin and enable him to correct his faults.19 Tzaraasclearly expresses this principle. Because a person creates strife and friction between others, he becomes afflicted with tzaraas, and as a result is required to remain alone.20 Only when he has removed the influence of friction from himself it is possible for his body to be purified and for him to rejoin society.

Thus tzaraas is a Divine instrument intended to prod an individual towards personal refinement and encourage the spread of peace and love. As such, it is an extension of the theme of Tazria, focusing on our efforts to bring something new and pure into ourselves and our environment.

Tzaraas is employed as an analogy21 to describe the status of our people in the present age, for we are in exile “alone, with [our] dwelling outside the camp.”22 Yet our Divine service centers on Tazria, sowing seeds of G-dly influence through our observance of the mitzvos. And we will reap the harvests of these efforts with the coming of Mashiach; may this be in the immediate future.

FOOTNOTES
1. See the commentaries to the Song of Songs.
2. Zohar, Vol. III, 73a.
3. Isaiah 54:5. Note the connection between this verse and the opening of our Torah reading in the commentary of the Or HaChayim.
4. See the commentary of the Or HaChayim mentioned previously, which states that all marital relations create new souls. If a couple are found worthy, the creation of a soul is also associated with the conception of new life in the material realm.
5. Cf. Sanhedrin 106b. Note Rashi’s commentary. See also the association of this phrase with the teachings of the Baal Shem Tov.
6. Cf. Avos 1:17.
7. Hoshea 10:12. Note the reference to this verse in the commentary of the Or HaChayim cited previously.
8. Here too, there is a connection with the analogy of birth for our Sages say (Rashi, beginning of Parshas Noach): “The progeny of the righteous are good deeds.”
9. See also the commentary of the Or HaChayim mentioned previously.
10. Niddah 31a, cited in the commentary of the Or HaChayim mentioned previously.
11. See the series of maamarim entitled Sameach Tisamach, 5657.
12. See Tanya, Iggeres HaKodesh, Epistle 20.
13. Tanya, ch. 2.
14. Shabbos 119b.
15. Cf. Midrash Tanchuma, Parshas Behaalos’cha, sec. 3.
16. Nedarim 64b. See the commentary of the Maharsha in his Chiddushei Aggados.
17. Mishneh Torah, the conclusion of Hilchos Tzaraas.
18. Therefore, in the present age, when the spiritual level of the Jewish people has descended, they are not fit for such Divine wonders to be openly revealed in their flesh. Hence, the phenomenon of tzaraas is no longer pres ent (Likkutei Torah, Vayikra 22b).
19. See Berachos 5a. Note also Kuzari, Discourse II, ch. 44.
20. Erchin 16b, Rashi, commenting on Leviticus 13:46.
21. Vayikra Rabbah, the conclusion of sec. 17.
22. Leviticus 13:46.

ONCE UPON A CHASID: Wrong Address (Tazria)

Adar II 25, 5774 · March 27, 2014
Wrong Address

 

And if she has not the means for a lamb, then she should bring two turtle-doves or two young pigeons (12:8)

When I come to stand before the heavenly court, I do not fear the question: “Why weren’t you Moses?” I was not equipped to be Moses. But I tremble for the day that it will be demanded of me: “Why weren’t you Zushe?”

– Rabbi Zushe of Anipol

Rebbetzin Devorah Leah, daughter of Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch, told:

In the city of Vitebsk lived two tea merchants, both named Hosheia, known as ‘Big Hoisha’ and ‘Little Hoisha’. ‘Big Hoisha’ was a wealthy man, with a large, respectable establishment and a well-developed distribution network. ‘Little Hoisha’ was a small-time operator, running his business from hand to mouth, forever scrambling for loans to keep it afloat.

One day a message arrived that one of Little Hoisha’s tea shipments had been confiscated at the border by customs officials. For the poor man, this spelled utter ruin. Not only would he loose everything, he would be left with crushing debts which he would never be able to repay.

“I was there” Devorah Leah related “when they broke the news to Reb Hoisha, who was in Lubavitch at the time. The unfortunate man collapsed in a dead faint; time and again they revived him, but as soon as he remembered what had occurred, he would collapsed once more.

“We ran to my father and told him of Reb Hoisha’s state. Father instructed that when Reb Hoisha is again revived, we should tell him that the messenger is mistaken. Shortly thereafter, the matter was indeed clarified. It turned out that the confiscated shipment belonged to the other Hoisha the tea merchant, ‘Big Hoisha’, who would hardly feel the loss.

“Now father always maintained that he never performed supernatural wonders.1Now, the chassidim who had witnessed the incident claimed that they had caught him red-handed with a supernatural feat. “You are mistaken,” replied father to this ‘accusation’, “there is nothing miraculous about my prediction. You see, our sages tell us that whenever the Almighty causes a person to undergo a challenge or trial in his life, He always provides him with the capacity and fortitude to bear it and to learn from the experience. So when I saw a calamity which Reb Hoisha was not equipped to deal with, I understood that it was not meant for him. Obviously, there must have been some misunderstanding…”

FOOTNOTES
1. See How Was I To Know? on page —-

FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Birth and Rebirth (Tazria)

Birth and Rebirth
Adar II 25, 5774 · March 27, 2014

 

Birth and rebirth are the themes of this Shabbat. This is both because of the content of the Torah reading and because of the time of the year on the Jewish calendar.

The parshah opens with the laws concerning a woman who conceives and bears a child. The ceremonies surrounding the great event and the idea of the brit milah, the Covenant of Circumcision, which brings a Jewish infant boy into his special bond with G-d, are explained. The sages tell us that a girl is considered to have been born circumcised. Thus every Jew enters the world with a special Divine bond and responsibility.

The joy of birth is expressed by the fact that in Temple times, the happy mother would bring an offering to the Temple as thanksgiving to G-d, as described in theparshah.

 

The experience of Exile is compared to a state of pregnancy

It is appropriate that this Torah reading is read in or in proximity to the month of Nissan, a joyous month inextricably linked with Passover and the redemption from Egypt. This event was the actual birth of the Jewish people. The Exodus is described in these terms by the prophet Ezekiel. He uses the allegory of birth to describe the whole experience of the Jewish people leaving Egypt, wandering in the desert while putting their trust only in G-d, and then their subsequent development into a mature nation serving G-d through Torah and its commandments.1

We also find Torah teachings comparing our later experience of Exile to a state of pregnancy. The unborn child is fully formed, but it is not yet functioning as a normal human being. It has eyes and ears but it cannot see or hear. In the same way we, the Jewish people, are not able to function properly with our full spiritual stature and sensitivity. While still in Exile we hopefully carry out the mitzvot–but we are not really aware of their importance. For this reason, many people do not as yet keep all the Mitzvot which they should. If we had the full awareness of a mature person, we would eagerly keep every mitzvah in sight!

As in the case of a mother expecting a baby that is due at any time, we too eagerly await the ultimate re-birth and renewal of the Jewish people and the world with the coming of the Messiah. The way towards this is through mitzvot, Torah study and especially, love of one’s fellow. Through this we will achieve both birth and rebirth, for the benefit of all humanity.

FOOTNOTES
1. Ezekiel chapter 16. The text depicts sin which leads to exile and then, ultimately, the Redemption.

TORAH STUDIES: Parshat Tazria

Adar II 24, 5774 · March 26, 2014
Tazria

The previous Sidra, Shemini, contained the laws of ritual cleanliness and purity as applied to animals. This week’s Sidra applies the same concepts to men and women. In the Midrash, Rav Simlai draws an analogy between the fact that animals were created before man, and that they were legislated about before him. What is the substance of this analogy? Was man created last because he was higher or lower than the animals? In answering the question, the Rebbe traces the connection between Rav Simlai’s opinion and his character, and examines an important distinction between innate and acquired virtue, or between the excellence which is inherited and that which is earned. It is a question that has perplexed many thinkers: Who is better, the man who is born righteous or the man who has made himself righteous? The Rebbe considers in depth the role of effort in the religious life.

1. The Name “Tazria”

The names of the Sidrot, as has been mentioned before,1 are not merely labels to differentiate one from the next. Every name in Hebrew, the holy language, is an indication of the nature of that which is named. The names of the Sidrot tell us of their essential content. Thus we find that a number of Sidrot are not called by their opening words, as is usually the case, but by some later word which more perfectly expresses their theme.

An example of this occurs with this week’s Sidra. After the general introduction (“And the L-rd spoke to Moses saying…”)2 the first word is “woman” (ishah): “Ifa woman be delivered and bear a male child.” And yet we do not nowadays call the Sidra Ishah butTazria (“be delivered”).

What, then, is the concept implicit in the word Tazria that sums up the content of the entire Sidra?

There is also a difficulty posed by Rashi’s comment on the words “If a woman be delivered.” Quoting the Midrash,3 he says, “Rav Simlai said: Just as the formation of man took place after that of the cattle, beast and fowl, when the world was created, so the law regarding him is set forth after the law regarding cattle, beast and fowl (contained in the previous Sidra).” Thus the new theme that our Sidra takes up, by contrast with the previous chapters, is law relating to humans, as opposed to the laws relating to animals. Thus the word ishah (“woman”) is not only the first individuating word in the Sidra: It also seems highly appropriate to its subject-matter—legislation relating to humans. How is it that “Tazria”embodies more completely this idea of “the law of man?”

2. Man’s Place in Creation

Rav Simlai, in his comment quoted above, uses the phrase “just as” rather than “because.” In other words, the law of man follows that of the animals, not because he was created last, but for the same reason that he was created last.

What was this reason? Various answers are given in the Midrash and the Talmud.4One is: So that if a man’s mind becomes too proud he may be reminded that even the gnats preceded him in the order of creation. Alternatively, so that heretics should not be able to say that the Holy One, blessed be He, had a partner (namely, Adam) in creation. Again, man was created last so that he might immediately enter upon the fulfillment of a precept. He was created on Friday so that he could immediately sanctify the Shabbat. Lastly, it was so that he might go “into the banquet” straight away; that is, all nature was ready for his use.

But the commentators have noticed that all these reasons, while they apply to man being last in creation, do not explain his being last in legislation. What is the meaning of Rav Simlai’s analogy, “just as?”

The Alter Rebbe, in his book Tanya,5 explained that in one sense man is lower than all other creatures, even beasts which are unclean; lower even than the gnat. For not only does he sin, whereas they do not. But he can sin, whereas they cannot. In potentiality as well as in actuality, sin is a reality for man but not for animal.

3. The Order of Learning

The usual order to take in learning Torah is to progress from the simple to the complex, from the light to the weighty. This applies to what is learned: A child of five begins with the Chumash, moves to the Mishnah at the age of ten,6 and so on. It applies also to the depth of learning: First comes acquaintance with the text and only afterwards come the questions, the dialectics, the in-depth study.7 And it applies to the manner of learning. We do not reach at once the highest level of Torah study for its own sake, like David who8 “elevated the Source of the Torah on High, and united it with the Essence of G-d.” Instead, “when a man does it (studies), in the first place he does so with himself in mind.”9

On the other hand, when the Torah was given, the order was reversed. Its devolution from the spirituality of G-d to the physical situation of man was, as it were, a descent from higher to lower. In the passage in Proverbs10 which describes the wisdom of the Torah, it first says: “Then I was by Him, as one brought up with Him, and I was daily His delight.” Only subsequently were “my delights with the sons of men.” The Torah reached down from the heights of G-d to become the possession of man.11 And we in our learning retrace its path, ascending from our physical situation to spiritual closeness with G-d.

This order of learning is mirrored in the structure of the Torah itself. This is why the laws concerning animals are placed first. To sanctify the animal world, by distinguishing the impure from the pure, is relatively simple. The problem of sin does not arise in their case. But for man to sanctify himself, given his capacity for wrongdoing, is far harder. Thus the laws of human conduct come last. Not because of man’s innate superiority to the animals, but because of his deficiencies. This, too, is Rav Simlai’s opinion as to why he was created last: “So that if he becomes too proud, he may be reminded that the gnats preceded him in the order of creation.”

4. Rav Simlai—The Man and his Opinions

We can now see the connection between Rav Simlai’s comment, that just as man was created last so his legislation comes last in the Torah, and the character of Rav Simlai himself.

A virtue can be possessed in two ways. It can be won by effort, or it can be innate or fortuitous. Each has its advantages. An innate or unworked-for virtue has no natural limits. It is like the difference between talent and expertise. An inborn talent may be unlimited; expertise, painfully acquired, can never quite match it. But in its inwardness, the virtue reached by effort surpasses the virtue which is innate. One is always more closely involved with what one has earned than with what one has been given.

This distinction underlies the two contrasting explanations of man’s place as the last of the works of creation: The first that he is the highest, the second that he is the lowest, of creatures.

In innate capacities, he is the highest. From birth, before he has begun to serve G-d, he is nonetheless possessed of a soul which is literally a part of G-d.12 This he retains, together with an underlying faith, even if he turns away from the Divine will.13But in those virtues which he acquires through the effort of service, at the outset he is no better than the rest of creation. In fact, what is most readily apparent is his physical nature, his lack of restraint, his capacity for sin. The powers of the soul are as yet undisclosed. They need to be brought to the surface by effort in the service of G-d. Hence the second opinion, that man was created last to be reminded that even the gnat is in this one respect prior to him.

The connection between this view and its author is this: Rav Simlai did not have an illustrious ancestry. The story is told in the Talmud14 that he came to Rabbi Jochanan and asked him to teach him the Book of Genealogies. But Rabbi Jochanan refused, because (according to Rashi) his lineage was undistinguished. Therefore Rav Simlai, unable to lay claim to inherited virtue, appreciated the value and importance of effort and acquired virtue. This explains his reading of the order of creation. When man is created, he has no acquired distinctions except the disposition to sin. He was made last because at that stage he is the lowest of beings.

This also explains why human law should be called Tazria (“be delivered”). For the process from conception to birth is a symbol of effort, of bringing to fruition, in other words of “labor” in both its senses. There is an additional symbolism in the phrase “if a woman be delivered.” The male and female elements in procreation represent respectively the “spiritual awakening from above” (i.e., the Divine initiative) and “from below” (the human initiative).15 And service, effort, struggle are the forms which the human initiative takes.

5. The Two Faces of Man

There is a principle expressed in the Lecha Dodi prayer that “last in action, first in thought.” Thus man, who was created last, was the original intention behind the whole enterprise of creation.

Both opinions agree with this, that man is the apex of created life. But one side of the argument sees his stature in terms of his innate essence:His Divine soul. The other sees it in terms of his potential achievement through the effort of serving G-d, while viewing man in himself as the lowest of beings. This view, which is Rav Simlai’s, sees the two faces of man (“Adam” in Hebrew). On the one hand he is formed from the dust of the earth (“Adamah”); on the other, he is capable of becoming Divine (“Adameh la-Elyon”—“I will resemble G-d”). This is his essential capacity—to transform himself completely, from a natural to a spiritual being.

6. Service and Creativity

The name “Tazria”therefore symbolizes “avodah,” man’s service of G-d. It also suggests the importance of that service. For when a woman conceives a child and it grows in the womb, an entirely new being is brought into existence. The birth of the child merely reveals this creation, which was wrought at the moment of conception. And when man enters on the life of service, he too creates a new being: Natural man becomes spiritual man, Adamah (the dust of “the earth”) becomes Adameh la-Elyon (a semblance of G-d). And his Divine soul, which was innate, becomes also inward, because it has changed from being a gift to being something earned.

(Source: Likkutei Sichot, Vol. VII pp. 74-79)

FOOTNOTES
1. Cf. supra, pp. 10-11.
2. Vayikra 12:1.
3. Vayikra Rabbah, ad loc.
4. Sanhedrin, 38a.
5. Part I, ch. 29; cf. Ibid., Part I, ch. 24.
6. Pirkei Avot, end of ch. 5.
7. Avodah Zarah, 19a, Rashi, ad loc.
8. Sefer Habahir.
9. Pesachim, 68b.
10. 8:30-31. Cf. Tanya, Part V, David Zemirot.
11. Cf. Tanya, Part I, ch. 4.
12. Tanya, Part I, beg. of ch. 2.
13. Ibid., Part I, end of ch. 24.
14. Pesachim, 62b and cf. Rashi, ad loc.
15. Likkutei Torah, Tazria, Maamar Soss Tassiss.

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Tazria

Tazria Aliya Summary
Adar II 24, 5774 · March 26, 2014

 

General Overview: The bulk of this week’s portion, Tazria, discusses various forms oftzara’at, skin maladies which are contracted as a result of engaging in forbidden gossip. Also discussed are certain garment discolorations which constitute “clothingtzara’at.”


First Aliyah: The Jewish people are instructed regarding the ritual impurity contracted by a woman who gives birth. The timeframe of this period of impurity differs depending whether the child is a boy or girl. At the conclusion of this period, the woman immerses in a mikvah and is required to bring certain offerings in the Temple. Incidentally, the Torah mentions the obligation to circumcise a male child on the eighth day of his life. The Torah then begins discussing the laws of tzara’at, a skin discoloration — often inaccurately translated as “leprosy” — which renders a person ritually impure. This aliyah discusses various forms of white skin discolorations. A person who has the symptoms of tzara’at must be seen by a priest. If the discoloration is deemed “suspicious,” the priest will immediately declare the individual impure or quarantine him for up to two weeks.


Second Aliyah: At the conclusion of the quarantine period, the priest either declares the individual pure or impure. The Torah then discusses what is done in the event that thetzara’at spreads after the individual was declared pure, or if there is raw skin within thetzara’at, or if the tzara’at has spread over the entire body.


Third Aliyah: We learn the laws of tzara’at which appears following an inflammation on the skin.


Fourth Aliyah: We learn the laws of tzara’at which appears following a burn to the skin.


Fifth Aliyah: In this aliyah we discover that tzara’at can also affect the areas on the body covered by hair. The symptoms and laws of such a tzara’at are quite different than standard tzara’at. This section concludes with the laws of a person afflicted by multiple dull white areas on his skin.


Sixth Aliyah: This section discusses tzara’at which appears on a bald spot, as well a white discoloration streaked with red, which can appear anywhere on the body. Also discussed is the procedure followed by an individual who is afflicted with tzara’at, the main requirement being that he must remain outside the city until his condition clears up. The Torah then discusses “clothing tzara’at,” a green or red discoloration which can affect certain types of materials. The garment is shown to a priest who quarantines it for up to two weeks.


Seventh Aliyah: At the conclusion of the quarantine period, depending on the circumstances the garment is either declared pure, or completely burnt, or only the part which was discolored is torn out and burnt.

 

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL: Tazria

Tazria
Adar II 24, 5774 · March 26, 2014
Leviticus 12:1-13:59

 

The Parshah of Tazria continues the discussion of the laws of Tumah v’Taharahritual impurity and purity.

woman giving birth should undergo a process of purification, which includes immersing in a mikvah(a naturally gathered pool of water) and bringing offerings to the Holy Temple. All male infants are to be circumcised on the eighth day of life.

Tzaraat (“leprosy”) is a supra-natural plague, which also can afflict garments. If white or pink patches appear on a person’s skin (dark red or green in garments), a Kohen is summoned. Judging by various signs, such as an increase in size of the afflicted area after a seven-day quarantine, the Kohen pronounces it tameh (impure) or tahor (pure).

A person afflicted with tzaraat must dwell alone outside of the camp (or city) until he is healed. The afflicted area in a garment is removed; if the tzaraat spreads or recurs, the entire garment must be burned.


This being the Shabbat that falls on or before the 1st of Nissan, we also read the section of Hachodesh (Exodus 12:1-20) which relates G-d’s words to Moses in Egypt two weeks before the Exodus, instructing us to set the Jewish calendar by the monthlynew moon and to regard Nissan as the “head of months.” G-d also instructs to bring the Passover offering, to eat it with matzah and bitter herbs, and to abstain fromleaven for seven days.

 

 

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