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A fantastic group of Young Adults from Chabad NDG in the heart of Montreal’s trendy Monkland Village went down to Crown Heights, New York for an incredible Shabbaton weekend. It was the best of both the physical and spiritual worlds. This is a 6 minute documentary of our journey, reflections and inspirations… hope you enjoy it!
Filmed by Rabbi Yisroel Bernath on Canon Powershot SD1400 IS
Edited in iMovie for iPhone
Parshat Beha’alotcha: A Bluegrass Song About the Israelites in the Desert
It’s raining chicken! Hallejuah! And trumpets and divine wrath!
Lots of stuff happens in Beha’alotcha, the parsha so eventful you can’t pronounce its name without going to rabbinical school. So Jon Madof and Charlie Buckholtz strapped on their banjos and wrote a folksong about it.
This is Episode 36 of the weekly Torah cartoon from G-dcast.com. Each week, a different storyteller – some musical, some poetic, some just straight-up, tell the story of the current Torah portion…and then we animate it!
Béaralotéha: la valeur d’une mitswa infinie.
Rav Ouri Banon.
Rav Kadoch Chavouot 5774
Bamidbar : La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!
La Paracha avec Boubach saison 2 !!
Une nouvelle émission de 613TV qui vous propose 15 minutes de Thora avec une parole de Thora sur la paracha,une loi de Chabbat et une merveilleuse histoire.
Ce pack vous est offert pour embellir votre table de Chabbat.
La paracha #32 : Beaalot’ha
Un formatage d’une partie du camp des Bné Israël, un début de révolte, de la viande plus mortelle que le plus saturé des cholestérols, un nouvel invité en la personne de Yonatane Laik et une réponse à la question de Vavadova. Voilà le sommaire de cette paracha.
Pour l’élévation de l’âme d’Alice Aïcha bat Ra’hel
Paracha …..Rosée de Miel
| Positive Light By Mendy Loewenthal Sivan 7, 5774 · June 5, 2014
The sun was shining as Ben and David walked home from school one hot Thursday afternoon.
“How was your Sedra (weekly Torah reading) class?” Ben asked. “Did you have Mr. Benson today?”
Mr. Benson was the school Sedra teacher and every week he would teach each class all about that week’s Sedra.
“Well,” David said, “it’s funny you ask; he actually wasn’t there today. We had this substitute instead.”
“So what was funny about that?” Ben asked.
“I dunno,” David said. “It was just funny, because it still felt like Mr. Benson was teaching the class. If you would ask me who taught the Sedra this week, I would say Mr. Benson, even though he wasn’t there.”
“That is strange,” Ben said. “Wasn’t the substitute’s lesson different; like his voice must have sounded different?”
“Yes, but he did lots of things just like Mr. Benson.” David said as he scratched his head. “It’s a bit like the menorah, the Tabernacle’s candelabra, in this week’s Sedra.”
“Right,” Ben said “I remember. Aaron would light the menorah every day in the Sanctuary.”
“Yes,” David said. “But the interesting thing is that the Sages tell us that technically it didn’t have to be Aaron.”
“What do you mean,” Ben said “wasn’t he the High Priest?”
“He was,” David said “but the law is that any Kohen (priest) can prepare the menorah’s oil and wicks for lighting, and any Jew is allowed to light it.”
“So why does the Torah speak about Aaron lighting it if he doesn’t have to do so?” Ben asked, all confused.
“It means that whoever is lighting it has to be doing it because Aaron arranged for him to do it. Aaron is still in charge, even if someone else is lighting it.”
“So you mean, Mr. Benson is still in charge of the lesson, even if someone else is giving it?”
“Yes. But it also means something in a spiritual sense,” David said, taking off his glasses to help him think. “We all light our own ‘mini menorah’ inside ourselves. We light ourselves with positive thoughts and being keen to do good things. And we also light up the people around us. They each are like a flame of the menorah as well. We try to light them up with encouragement, helping them grow.”
“Sounds good,” said Ben. “So where does Aaron come in?”
“Well, the power to be able to do that comes from Aaron the High Priest. He’s like the teacher, or the rabbi, encouraging everyone to go forward.”
“Good old Mr. Benson,” said Ben. “When we’re older we’ll be proud to say we had him teaching us the Sedra!
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