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MACHON MEIR YESHIVA JERUSALEM
Machon Meir is a Center for Jewish Studies that is located in the heart of Jerusalem, Israel in the neighborhood of Kiryat Moshe. It was established by Rabbi Dov Bigon shortly after the Yom Kippur War in 1973. Rabbi Bigon was a commander in the Israeli Defense Force that helped liberate Jerusalem and the Western Wall from the Jordanian Legion. After the war he began to contemplate the meaning of the Jewish Nation and decided to enroll himself in the Merkaz HaRav Kook Yeshiva in Jerusalem.
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Machon Meir for over the last 35 years has been a place for all of Am Yisrael to come and learn more about their Jewish roots. It is a place to get a deeper understanding of what it means to be part of the Nation of Israel and the importance of living in the Land of Israel. Since its inception it has grown to become more than just a center for Jewish learning. It now has expanded into a facility that has over 600 students with classes in Hebrew, English, Russian, French and Spanish. Its main student body is made up of Israelis, which is great for the student from abroad to be able to get a first hand feel of what the Israeli Religious culture is like. It also has thousands of Alumni who frequently visit Machon Meir and stay in personal contact with their Rabbis.
It has also opened up a Religious Zionist seminary for women speakers of Hebrew, Spanish and Russian called Machon Ora. If you would like to visit their website go to ttp://mora.machonmeir.net/heb/
Machon Meir is also the only place in Jerusalem which offers Kosher, Torani Ulpan classes for men only to learn Hebrew. These classes take place during the afternoon hours Sunday-Wednesday. If you would like to visit their website go to ttp://ulpan-ivrit.co.il/
Machon Meir has become known throughout Israel as the place to go to learn more and grow as a Jewish person and member of Am Yisrael. It has also become the landing point for many new immigrants from all the countries in the Diaspora because of its value on full integration into Israeli society and the encouragement to be a part of the Israeli Defense Force.
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I Know It Already
“Okay, dolphins,” the swimming coach said. “Hold on to the railing and kick your legs.” You could hear the fierce splashing as the boys kicked their legs in an effort to improve their front-crawl kicking technique.
Mr. Cohen felt it was important that the boys get extra swimming practice even though they already had a swimming lesson at school.
“Ben,” Adam said, “did you tell the instructor that we already know how to swim?”
Adam had been enjoying the splashing but was starting to feel that he was wasting his time in the shallow end with boys who didn’t even know how to swim.
“Yeah,” Ben said. “At school we swim in the deep end and now they aren’t even letting us swim in the shallow end!”
“We don’t even need those lessons,” Adam complained. “I understand that the other kids need this, but we finished with these exercises about two years ago.”
“You know what,” Ben said, “this must be how Korach felt.”
“Why do you say that?” asked Adam.
“Don’t you remember?” Ben said. “We learned in class how Korach felt that his generation was madder up of all powerful and holy people and they therefore didn’t need leaders and priests?”
“Yes,” Adam said, “I remember that. And he said that he understood that the Jewish people in later generations would need leaders and priests, but in his generation just they didn’t need them.”
“But,” Adam said, “I don’t remember what was wrong with his complaint. I mean, it makes a lot of sense to me. Take our situation: we don’t need these exercises, so why do we have to go through them, even though we don’t need them?”
“Well,” Ben said “the problem is that however perfect we think we are, we still need to be humble and accept leadership, even if we think we don’t need it. Leadership will help us develop more and more, in the right way.”
“Hmmm,” Adam said. “You mean to say that even if I knew the whole Torah, and I was a big scholar, I would still need to be humble and listen to what the rabbi says?”
“Yes,” said Ben, “or the swimming instructor…”