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איתמר מלכא

קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקאי לצפייה ושמיעה!
עליות ראשון,מפטיר והפטרה של כל הפרשות!
טעמי המקרא,שיר השירים ומגילת אסתר!
בן 25, לומד בירושלים, גר בכרמיאל

להחזיר עטרה ליושנה

להחזיר עטרה ליושנה
תוקף קבלת מנהג אבות-
הגמרא במסכת פסחים (דף נ ע”א) מביאה סיפור מעניין שהוא אבן היסוד לכל מאמרינו זה, וכך היא לשונה:”בני ביישן נהוג דלא הוו אזלין מצור לצידון במעלי שבתא, אתו בנייהו קמיה דר’ יוחנן, אמרו לו אבהתין אפשר להו אנן לא אפשר לן, אמר להו כבר קיבלו אבותיכם עליהם שנאמר שמע בני מוסר אביך ואל תטוש תורת אמך”, כלומר הגמרא מספרת שאותם תושבי ביישן (אולי הכוונה לעיר בית שאן) היו סוחרים, ומנהגם בכל יום היה ללכת ולמכור את מרכולתם בשוק של העיר צור, ובכל יום שישי היה מתקיים גם שוק נוסף בעיר הסמוכה צידון, ולכן לאחר שסיימו למכור חלק מסחורתם בצור היו תושבי בית שאן עוברים גם לשוק של צידון, אולם יום אחד קיבלו עליהם תושבי העיר ביישן שלא ללכת גם לשוק של צידון אלא לחזור לביתם כדי שיוכלו להתעסק יותר בצרכי השבת ביום שישי. עברו שנים ובניהם של תושבי ביישן שקבעו את אותו מנהג הגיעו לפני רבי יוחנן על מנת לבקש ממנו לבטל את מנהג אבותם, ונימקו זאת בטענה שאבותם יכלו להרשות לעצמם לקצר את עבודתם ביום שישי מפני שהיו עשירים יותר (רש”י שם), אבל הם צריכים את הכסף, אמנם רבי יוחנן דוחה את בקשתם,





חדש! השבוע פרשת בהר כל הרבנים חובה

28.06.2013
להורדה חינם את ספר-ההוכחות-החד-משמעיות-שיש-בורא-לעולם-ו­התורה-אמת-מאת-עו”ד-ערן-בן-עזרא ליחצו על הקישור הבא

לקראת שבת

הרב אליהו גודלבסקי

,,, הראשון לציון הרב יצחק יוסף בן מרן שיעור מוצאי שבת פרשת

חדש! כל הרבנים על ימי ספירת העומר מומלץ בחום!





 

טעמי המקרא בנוסח מרוקאי,קריאה בתורה בנוסח מרוקו /Lire la Bible Taamey Hamikra

ברכות לפני ואחרי הפטרה נוסח מרוקאי

 

פרשת ,,,,,- הרב זמיר כהן

פרשת הרב משה סוסנה

בס”ד
לייעוץ והכוונה, סידור קידושין, כשרויות, חזנות ספרדית ומרוקאית, וכל עניני דת, הרב משה סוסנה.757.359.8468. אימייל, moshesosna@gmail.com
הרב משה סוסנה שליט”א הוסמך על ידי בית מדרש לרבנים, ע”י הרב מרדכי אליהו זצוק”ל, וכן הרב עבר בחינות של הרבנות הראשית לישראל, ומכהן כעת כרב בורגיניה ביץ, אמריקה בבית כנסת היכל שלמה ובעוד כמה בתי כנסיות. הסרטונים הם שיעורי תורה, ומוסר, על מעגל השנה, ופרשיות השבוע, פסקי הלכות, ודברים השווים לכל נפש, שמעו ותחי נפשכם.

פרשת שבוע ומודעות עצמית

 

שיעור פצצה שמלמד ת’כלס על מה אני צריך להתכוונן לפני פורים…כדאי להקדיש זמן להתבוננות…מחלקים פה מתנות. מי שרוצה שיבוא וישמע

שלמה יעקב ביטון

Moshe Vaknin פרשת ….

פרשת Harav Elon Lessons

פרשת רוני גרפיקס בר

הרב ברוך רוזנבלום פרשת Rabbi Baruch Rosenblum

שיעורי תורה, סרטים יפים ועוד

 

פרשת – פרטי קרבן עולה – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

הרב יוסף מזרחי

פרשת ,,,, מחוברת לפרשת פרה עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות” פרשת עם הרב שרגא זלמנוב – לגימת חסידות

פרשת ,,,, -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

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

Rabbanim

חדש! לדון לכף זכות הרב מנשה בן פורת חובה לצפות!!!,Rabbanim

09.02.2014
המשנה במסכת אבות מבקשת “והווה דן כל אדם לכף זכות”, כיצד ניתן לעשות כן? האם זה לא שקר לדון לכף זכות? על שאלות אלו ואחרות עונה הרב מנשה בן פורת דרך סיפורים מהחיים מתוך חוכמת חז”ל הנפלאה.

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!

מעוניינים לשמוע עצות מקצועיות בחינוך ילדים? http://www.DifferentEducation.org.il הקליקו לעצות מקצועיות בחינוך ילדים https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G47OHOtzF_Q&list=PLk0f2fQUvg7wiRtZV4yLD6LymOT2CAIpz

פרשת —-

צדקה בינלאומית הרב אברהם בן אסולין

11.02.2014
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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
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
https://drive.google.com/folderview?i…

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

הרב חיים כהן

05.04.2014

השיעור מתוך ובאדיבות אתר “החלבן”: http://ravhaim.org
באתר תמצאו מאגר מלא ומסודר של כל שיעורי הרב.
השיעורים בפורמט לצפייה והאזנה וניתנים גם להורדה.

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 רב 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

 

שיעורים על פרשת תזריע – כשרות בעלי חיים – לימוד בוקר בפרשה – -הרב דב ביגון – ערוץ מאיר – שיעורי תורה – יהדות

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

פרשת השבוע

24.02.2010

הפרשה עוסקת בתרומת בני ישראל להקמת המשכן. כשבני ישראל היו במדבר היתה להם השגחה אלוהית שדאגה להם לכל צורכיהם ואילו למען הקמת המשכן הם מצטווים להביא בעצמם את מיטב החומרים. הרב רונן לוביץ’ משוחח עם ד”ר ענת פרוינד על החשיבות של תרומה לחברה ועזרה לזולת. צפו בתוכנית זו ואחרות בערוץ האקדמי- http://www.actv.haifa.ac.il/programs

Haftarah הפטרה‎ – Parashat Ahare Mot – Qedoshim אחרי מות קדשים (Moroccan מרוקאי & Spanish)

17.04.2013
Moroccan Daily Halakhot
La Halakha Marocaine Quotidienne
http://www.darkeabotenou.com

Haftara of Perashat Qedoshim during a year that this perasha is not read in conjunction with Aharé-Mot.

Moroccan Tune 0:00
Spanish Moroccan Tune 4:35

Ye’hezqel 20:2 – 20:20

Sung by: nz”y Ribi David Kadoch s”t – ‘Hazan of Abir Ya’aqob, Toronto, Canada

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 Dov Bigon

Rabbi Riskin’s Insights into Parshat ….- “Torah Lights” — 5774

Rabbi Chaim Richman,Temple Institute, Weekly Torah Portion:

Rabbi Kolakowski on Parshas Chukas

Rabbi Minkowicz Weekly Torah Lesson Parsha Chukas 6/22/14

YouParsha – Chukas 5774

Sfas Emes Chukas 5634 5774

A Vort for the Road – Chukas – The Secret and the Key – Rabbi Avraham Tzvi Schwartz

Harry’s Video Blog – #BringBackOurBoys: Parshat Chukat

The Sum of Old Fears – Parshat Chukat – Avi Levy, West Coast NCSY Advisor

Parshat Chukat: The Red Heifer, Esav & Striking the Rock

Parashat Chukat – “Water…Water!” – Rabbi Shlomo Kimche – YBA Orot Yehuda – Efrat

Parshat Chukat 5771 ● The Biblical meaning and essence of vows ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

Parshot Korach and Chukat: The secret of the Red Heifer (1/2) (2/2)

Rabbi Spalter’s Class On Parahas Chukat (5771)

Sefer Bamidbar With Rabbi Yisroel Spalter

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Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas

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Video Vort: Parshat…. With Rabbi Eric Goldman

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http://www.partnersintorah.org brings you Harry’s Video Blog and the always entertaining Harry Rothenberg. One of the laws of charity requires the community to restore a wealthy person who loses his money to his previous level of lifestyle. Why?
Stay tuned for Harry’s weekly video blog where he will be highlighting the weekly Torah portion, a mitzvah, or a Jewish holiday along with a contemporary application and a healthy slice of humor.

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Rabbi Minkowicz’s Weekly Torah Lesson: A Place Where Life’s Most Difficult Questions Are Answered

Prof. Yaakov Brawer Ph.D. by learntorah.c

07.08.2013

Torahtalk: Parsha…..Rabbi Moshe Weisblum

Parashat ….. Netiv Center For Torah Study in Houston Texas

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2014 02 27 Sfas Emes on Parasha …with Reb Aryeh

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24.03.2014


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17.12.2013
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Parshat … Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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22.06.2014
Cours dédié à la mémoire de Eliyahou ben Hafsa, Fradji ben Hourima Coen, pour le retour des trois jeunes bahourim kidnappés Yaacov Naftali ben Rahel, Gilad ben Batgalim, Eyal ben Iris Tchoura ainsi que pour la guérison totale de Zaava Devorah bat Michelle Mikhal, Ilana Mazal bat Esther, Elon ben Esther, Yaacov ben Rahel, Rivka bat Devorah, Sarah bat Tsipora, Rivka bat Esther, Eliyahou ben Rivka, Rinat bat Hava, Asnat bat Bahïya, Patricia bat Myriam, Yonathan shimshon ben Baco, 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, Rivka bat Esther, Eliyahou ben Rivka, Bilha Braha bat Rahel, Elon Esther, Ilan Eliahou ben Yvette Hanna, Haim ben Hamous, Avraham ben Louise et Yossef ben Avraham

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19.06.2014

La paracha Hokat

01.01.2010
Le Rav Mordochaï Bensoussan, ancien Grand-Rabbin de la région Nice-Côte d’Azur et actuel directeur du département francophone de l’institut Ariel, nous apporte ss commentaires sur la Parasha de la semaine, la Parasha Hokat.

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Paracha ‘Houqath : ‘Houqath, la faute de Moshé à Meriva . Par le Rav Dov Lumbroso Roth

25.06.2012
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Parachat Houkat : Nos Capacités Et Celles De Nos Enfants – rav Yossef-‘Haï ABERGEL (Torah-Box.com)

26.03.2012
Un cours de Torah donné par le rav Yossef-‘Haï ABERGEL.

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Paracha ‘Houkath – Toujours plus, toujours mieux – http://www.mptorah.net

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Cours Hassidout Rabbi Mikhael Cohen “parachat Houkat la Emouna”

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Paracha ‘Houkat par le Rav Yossef David Cohen

La Paracha ‘Houkat commentée par le Rav Amram Levy de Jérusalem

Houkat : la mort de Myriam et le miracle de la vie

Paracha ‘Houkat: Moïse a-t-il fauté à Mei Mériva ?

Paracha ‘houkat-Balak – rav Haïm ROZENBERG (Torah-Box.com)

26.03.2012
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2 éme Cour de Torah sur la paracha houkat par Avy Allouche, d´après les cours du rav Corda

Parachat Houkat 5772 – Rabbin Abittan

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HEVRAT PINTO Paracha ….

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613 TV.

Rav Avraham Kadoch.
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Rav Raphael Pinto Paracha ….

HEVRAT PINTO

Paracha ….. – http://www.mptorah.net

PARACHAT….

02.05.2012
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Limoud Torah Ron Chaya

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 ! “.

Pour visionner d’autres cours : http://www.leava.fr
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Conférence du Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay sur: Fraternité et Justice Sociale (1/2)

Conférence du Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay sur: Fraternité et Justice Sociale (2/2)

22.09.2011
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Dans le cadre du séminaire annuel d’Eloul du Centre Yaïr-Manitou et du Centre Communautaire Francophone Emouna Cheléma , le Rav Yehouda Ben Ichay a donné une conférence sur un sujet d’actualité:
Fraternité et Justice Sociale
Le séminaire est dedie à la mémoire du président du Centre Yaïr Manitou, Mr Gérald Sananès qui l’avait preparé

Rav Ben Ichay רב בן ישי בצרפתית

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Rav Jeremy  Diffusons la Torah

Dva’h Mal’hout Parachat ….

 19.03.2014

Etudes avec Yaacov Corda

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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Rav Yaacov Corda

Chiourim.com – Institutions Bnei Torah

 

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

Torah-Box.com Rabbanim

PARACHA DE LA SEMAINE

Paracha de la semaine : Rabbanim …

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La paracha de la semaine … Rabbin Joseph Abittan

La paracha de la semaine … Rabbin Joseph Abittan

La paracha de la semaine … Machon Oran

Torahnet

KAATE MAR

Touche pas a SA Terre! -Paracha Behoukotai-12 Mai 2014

 

Parachat de la semaine …. Chalom Jerusalem….

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

Vous pouvez vous procurer en ligne les livres La Voix de la Torah du Rav Elie Munk par ce lien http://www.amazon.fr/gp/search?ie=UTF…

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Grand Rabbin Gilles Bernheim

04.03.2014

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

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Dans la paracha Bamidbar, quand la Thora nous liste les descendants de Lévi, elle nous rappelle le décès tragique des deux vertueux fils de Aharon, Nadav et Avihou. Elle ajoute alors un détail qui ne nous avait pas été mentionné jusqu’ici : ils moururent sans laisser d’enfants [1].

La guemara en déduit que s’ils avaient eu des enfants, ils ne seraient pas morts [2].
Le ‘Hatam Sofer zatsal explique que Nadav et Avihou avaient atteint une telle proximité avec Hachem qu’ils avaient réalisé leur plein potentiel, et qu’il ne leur était plus utile de vivre dans ce bas monde. S’ils avaient eu des enfants, ils auraient continué de vivre pour les élever et subvenir à leurs besoins. Nous apprenons d’ici que même si une personne atteint la perfection absolue dans son service personnel d’Hachem, elle reste en vie pour aider ses enfants.

De plus, on peut déduire de ce principe du ‘Hatam Sofer qu’il existe deux niveaux dans la Avodat Hachem (le service Divin) – le premier est le développement de l’étude de la Thora, des midot (qualités) de la personne et de sa relation avec D. et le second correspond à sa responsabilité vis-à-vis de ses enfants. Dans Pitou’hé ‘Hotam, le ‘Hatam Sofer [3] ajoute qu’un grand tsadik peut rester en vie afin de guider ses disciples comme ses propres enfants, ce qui signifie que la deuxième étape de la Avoda ne se limite pas à l’aide apportée aux enfants, mais s’applique également à celle apportée à ses élèves. [4]

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Cours de Torah

6 nouveaux cours de Torah sont disponibles depuis cette semaine sur Torah-Box.com :

Comment rester un Prince face aux Épreuves ? (de Rav David LEVY)
Téchouva (7/7) : les parents s’opposent… (de Rav Mordehai BITTON)
Issakhar & Zvouloun : un collelman peut-il se faire aider financièrement ? (de Rav Binyamin WATTENBERG)
Rabbi Méïr & Rabbi Chimon bar Yo’haï (de Rav Eliahou UZAN)
Bé’houkotaï : la Torah de nos pères (de Rav David SHOUSHANA)
La Emouna d’acier du Rav Naftali (de Rav Emmanuel MIMRAN)
36ème jour du ‘Omer : ‘Hessed chébaYessod 
Compte du Omer – Mercredi 21 Mai 2014
Soirée de Gala du Rav Benchetrit
Communauté – Mardi 20 Mai 2014

 

Vous êtes peu nombreux à le savoir, mais le Rav Yehia Benchetrit, en dehors des 200 conférences annuelles qu’il donne dont une vingtaine de Chabbath pleins, c’est aussi des milliers de livres offerts dans les écoles, plus de 200.000 cours distribués en MP3, une diffusion de la Torah dans les prisons… mais aussi des centaines d’envois de programme de suivi et de travail sur soi, qui sont offerts pour aider et accompagner des personnes dans les difficultés.   Regardez autour de vous le nombre de personnes de vos connaissances qui ont déjà pu profiter de ses enseignements.   Toutes ces activités nécessitent des moyens pour les perpétuer et les augmenter.   Soyez nos partenaires dans cette oeuvre extraordinaire qui touche chaque année des centaines de milliers de personnes dans le monde.   >> Réservez un billet pour le Gala par téléphone au 01 42 35 35 81 ou surwww.ravbenchetrit.com  

– Accès Vidéo : Gala Mekor Daat –

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Savoir accepter la voie de son mari
Pensée Juive ! – Mardi 20 Mai 2014

 

Durant de longues années, Madame N. ne cessa de parler durement à son époux et de le harceler.

Il était attiré par l’étude de la Halakha et elle n’était pas satisfaite…« Mon père approfondissait le Talmud » se plaisait-elle à répéter. « Regarde quel grand érudit il est devenu ! Il a terminé le Chass… C’est un enseignant qui traite de sujets profonds, il est réputé pour son charisme ! »

Il tenta de lui expliquer qu’il étudiait différemment, que le domaine de la Halakha le captivait beaucoup plus. Elle n’en démordait pas.

Finalement, il se rendit chez le Rav Chakh.

Le Rav Chakh invita les deux conjoints à le suivre.

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Mercredi 7 mai 2014, le grand-rabbin d’Israël, Harav Hagaon Itshak Yossef fils deMaran harav Ovadia Yossef zatsal a fait une intervention très remarquée dans l’enceinte prestigieuse de la yéchiva ‘Hazon Ovadia, qu’il dirigeait jusqu’à sa nomination en tant que grand-rabbin d’Israël.

Quelques jours après la reprise du cours normal des études dans les yéchivotes et l’ouverture de la session d’été (zman kayits), le Richon léTsion a donné une si’hathizouk, c’est-à-dire qu’il a prononcé des paroles de renforcement destinées auxba’houré yéchivot (étudiants dans les Instituts d’étude talmudique). En effet, lesba’houré yéchivot sont soumis depuis quelque temps en Israël à un feu nourri de critiques et en proie à toutes sortes de pressions, économiques et autres, allant même jusqu’à l’incarcération en prison militaire (!) pour tenter de leur faire abandonner les bancs de l’étude…

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Refoua Chelema : 202 malades, 3 guérisons 
Communauté – Lundi 19 Mai 2014

 

A ce jour, 202 personnes malades attendent nos prières.

Cliquez-ici pour ajouter un nom de malade que vous connaissez.

Guérisons

Barou’h Hachem, nous vous informons de la réfoua de :

  • Yehouda Chmouel ben Rahel Elisheva (Maladie non-précisée)
  • Sophie bat Rachel (Autre)
  • Myriam Esther bat Clara (Maladies cardiovasculaires)

pour qui il n’est plus nécessaire de prier.

Bikour ‘Holim

6 malades aimeraient recevoir de la visite. Ils se trouvent :

Contactez-les en cliquant-ici, et prenez la décision d’aller les renforcer, ne serait-ce que quelques minutes.

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Lag Baomer en Direct-Live depuis Meron !
Torah-Box & vous – Dimanche 18 Mai 2014

 

Depuis Samedi soir jusqu’à dimanche à 20h15 (heure française), des centaines de milliers de juifs vont prier et se réjouir sur la Tombe de Rabbi Chimon bar Yo’hai à Méron en Israel, le jour de Lag Baomer, pour l’un des plus grands évènements de l’année juive.

Ce jour, qui marque le 33ème dans le compte du ‘Omer, marque également la fin de l’épidémie qui frappa les 24.000 élèves de Rabbi Akiva.

Direct-Live sur Torah-Box !

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L’équipe Torah-Box vous retransmet une vidéo en direct-live de Meron sur la Tombe de celui qui dévoila tous les enseignements mystiques de la Torah.

Au programme ce samedi soir suivi de dimanche :

Direct-live à Meron
Envoi de Brakhot (bénédictions) récitées depuis le tombeau
Vidéos : allumage par les grands rabbanim, danses, feux,…
Chiourim sur Lag Baomer & Rabbi Chimon

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Question au Rav : les 10 dernières réponses en ligne 
Etudes & Ethique Juive – Dimanche 18 Mai 2014

 

Découvrez les 10 dernières questions posées aux Rabbanim de notre service “Question au Rav”, qui permet à chacun de recevoir une réponse dans n’importe quel domaine du Judaïsme, en quelques jours.

Pour poser une question à un Rav, cliquez-ici

Les 10 dernières questions

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Perle de la semaine : Rav Menahem Ha-Meïri 
Nos Sages – Dimanche 18 Mai 2014

 

« On trouvera toujours ce que l’on cherche. Certains trouvent la vérité même dans le mensonge ; d’autres sont capables de trouver le mensonge même dans la vérité. »

Rav Menahem Ha-Meïri

Consulter les autres perles de nos rabbanim, cliquez-ici.

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L’équipe Torah-Box vous offre une compilation de 3h de musique non-stop pour animer Lag Baomer, ce 33ème jour du ‘Omèr qui marque la fin des coutumes de deuil.

Une compilation musicale à télécharger, graver sur CD et faire jouer sur votre chaîne hi-fi !
 

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Lag BaOmer : le feu céleste de la Mitsva
Lag Baomer – Vendredi 16 Mai 2014

 

Profanation d’une synagogue à Sfax (Tunisie)
Actualité – Jeudi 15 Mai 2014

 

Bé’houkotaï : conseil pour renforcer son Bita’hon
Bé’houkotaï – Jeudi 15 Mai 2014

Téfila – Mardi 20 Mai 2014

La clé pour l’exaucement des Téfilot (prières) est cette capacité à toujours remercier Hachem sincèrement pour tous les bienfaits qu’Il nous octroie, comme le psaume de David nous y invite “Venez dans Ses portiques avec remerciement“.

L’équipe Torah-Box vous y aide par le biais d’une très belle prière que vous devriez prononcer chaque jour afin de fixer au plus profond de vous ce sentiment de reconnaissance envers le Créateur qui maintient la vie à chaque instant. Il est certain qu’elle permettra d’adoucir les jugements sévères qui pèsent sur nous, Amen.

A imprimer et conserver à un endroit de passage journalier inévitable.

 

>> Téléchargez la Prière de Remerciements à Hachem

 

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49 jours séparent Pessa’h de Chavouot pendant lesquels nous comptons le ‘Omer. Outre la Mitsva de compter ces jours, Hachem manifeste chacun de ceux-ci un ‘comportement particulier’ dans le monde. Ainsi, il est propice d’améliorer chaque jour un élément de notre Avodat Hachem (service divin), en rapport avec ce comportement (également appelé Séfira ou Midda)

De plus, cette période est préparatoire au Don de la Torah qui se renouvelle chaque année à Chavouot, par notre niveau d’engagement et de préparation à l’Etude.

Torah-Box vous propose donc quotidiennement jusqu’à Chavouot, deux conseils pour profiter au mieux de la lumière spirituelle de ces jours.

36ème jour du ‘Omer
(Mardi 20 Mai 2014 au soir et Mercredi 21 Mai 2014 en journée)
Séfira : ‘Hessed chébaYessod (la Bonté dans le Fondement)

Conduites recommandées :

  • Si nous connaissons des hommes Juifs qui, pour quelque raison, n’ont pas été circoncis, les encourager et les aider à accomplir cette Mitsva fondamentale.
  • Favoriser des Chidoukhim, rencontres en vue de fonder des foyers Juifs qui vivront dans la pureté (asseyez-vous et réflechissez, demandez, appelez… faites mériter vos amis).

Préparation à Chavouot :

Nos Sages recommandent aux Juges de réfléchir longuement avant de trancher, connaissant les limites de l’esprit humain. Mais ce conseil nous concerne tous : avant de prendre une décision lourde de conséquence, nous habituer à craindre l’erreur de jugement. Soyez circonspect et réfléchi !

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Недельная глава Торы ХУКАТ – 5748

22.06.2014
Значение праздника Освобождения 12 Тамуза – раскрытие истинной сути каждого еврея, и раскрытие истинной сути мира – истинность существования Творца.
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23.06.2014

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21.06.2014
Ашер Альтшуль беседует о недельной главе Торы в cвете сегоднешней рeальности.
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11.06.2013г. Аба-Довид Гаджиев – Недельная глава Торы «Хукат»

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

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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)

Rabbanim Shiurim

Rav Joseph Pardes

Parachat PARSCHAT PARSCHAT CHUKKAT-5773 Rav Joram Elijahu

Raw Frand zu Parschat Chukat 5773

Achte auf die Übergangsphasen im Leben

Parschat Chukat enthält eine der traurigsten Begebenheiten im Leben von Mosche Rabbejnu. Als das Volk in der Wüste Zin eintraf, starb Mirjam und das Volk fand sich ohne Wasser wieder. Das Volk beklagte sich bei Mosche und Aharon und verwendete wieder dieselben Argumente: “Warum habt ihr das Volk in diese Wildnis gebracht – etwa um da zu sterben, wir und unsere Tiere? Warum habt ihr uns aus Ägypten herausgeholt, um uns zu diesem elenden Ort zu bringen? Dies ist kein Platz der Saat oder des Feigenbaums, des Weinstocks oder des Granatapfelbaums – und es gibt kein Wasser zum Trinken.” [Bamidbar 20:4-5]

Irgendwie reagierte Mosche Rabbejnu unangemessen und dies führte zum Verlust seiner Möglichkeit, in das Land Israel einzuziehen. Raw Simcha Sissel Broide stellt in seinem Buch “Sefer Sam Derech” zu Bamidbar eine sehr interessante Frage: Gemäss dem Rambam, geschah der Vorfall mit Korach gleich nach demjenigen mit den Kundschaftern. Demnach geschahen alle Ereignisse in Parschat Schelach und Korach im zweiten Jahr nach dem Auszug aus Ägypten. Jedoch fanden die Geschehnisse in Parschat Chukat erst im 40. Jahr nach dem Exodus statt, also 38 Jahre später. Sie standen nun kurz vor dem Eintritt in das Land Israel.

Alle Ärgernisse und Beschwerden bis zum jetzigen Zeitpunkt, fanden während der ersten 16 Monate in der Wüste statt. Aber der Vorfall bei Mej Meriwa (Hader-Wasser) in Parschat Chukat geschah im Jahr 40. Raw Simcha Sissel fragt: “Was geschah in der Zwischenzeit?” Raw Simcha Sissel antwortet, dass wir von der Mischna in Awot und der Gemara (Talmud) in Arachin sehen, dass sie während der zwischenzeitlichen 38 Jahre “perfekt” waren. Woher wissen wir das? Die Mischna [Awot 5:4] erwähnt zehn spezifische “Herausforderungen”, mit denen unsere Vorfahren G-tt in der Wildnis “geprüft” haben und zitiert den folgenden Vers als Quelltext für diese Zahl: “Und sie prüften mich nun schon zehnmal.” [Bamidbar 14:22]. Die Gemara in Arachin [15a] geht im Einzelnen darauf ein, was diese zehn Herausforderungen waren: Zwei bei Jam Suf (dem Schilfmeer), zwei bezüglich des Man (Manna / Himmelsbrot), zwei mit den Wachteln, zwei mit Wasser (einmal in Refidim und einmal bei Mej Meriwa), eine mit dem Goldenen Kalb und eine in der Wildnis von Paran (mit den Meraglim / Kundschaftern). All diese geschahen in den ersten anderthalb Jahren, mit Ausnahme des Mej Meriwa, welches am Anfang des 40. Jahres geschah. Raw Simcha Sissel leitet daraus ab, dass es in den zwischenzeitlichen 38 Jahren keine Herausforderungen und keine Beschwerden gab – und sich das jüdische Volk “perfekt” verhielt!

Dies ist sehr im Einklang mit dem Konzept der “Generation der G-tteserkenntnis” (Dor Deah); der Generation, die ausschliesslich Manna konsumierte, innerhalb der “Wolken der Ehrerbietung” (Ananej Kawod) lebte und 38 Jahre lang Torah von Mosche Rabbejnu lernte. Sie brauchten sich um Kleidung, Essen oder Arbeit keine Sorgen zu machen. Sie konnten ihr ganzes Leben dem spirituellen Wachstum widmen. Sie konnten folgendes proklamieren: “Wir haben in den letzten 38 Jahren nichts falsch gemacht!” (Wie viele von uns könnten so eine Aussage treffen?!)

Wenn das so ist, fragt sich Raw Simcha Sissel, was also in Jahr 1 und 2 und im Jahr 40 passiert ist, dass Klal Israel über die Stränge geschlagen hat, sozusagen – und den Allmächtigen während dieser Phasen wiederholt herausgefordert hat?

Raw Simcha Sissel offeriert einen wertvollen Einblick in die Natur des Menschen, der sehr wichtig für uns zu wissen ist – gegenüber uns selbst und gegenüber unseren Kindern. Die Jahre 1 und 40 waren Jahre des Übergangs. Sie gingen von einer Ebene zur nächsten. Sie hatten Ägypten verlassen, wo sie Sklaven gewesen waren – und kurz darauf wurden sie zu einer g-ttlichen Nation. Die Reise von der 49. Stufe der Unreinheit bis hin zur Empfängnis der Torah, war ein Jahr von atemberaubender, spiritueller Erhebung und des Übergangs in ihrem Leben. Jetzt, am Scheideweg des Eintritts in das Land Israel, sahen sie sich ebenfalls einem traumatischen Übergang gegenüber. Sie schickten sich an, von einer Existenz des Verzehrs von Manna und des Trinkens von Wasser, das von einem Felsen herabfloss, in eine normale Existenz überzugehen, wo sie pflanzen, sähen und ernten mussten, geschäftlichen Tätigkeiten nachgehen und für ihre Familien sorgen mussten. Wieder einmal standen sie an einem Übergang.

Wenn sich ein Mensch an einem Übergang befindet, ist er nicht ausgeglichen. Wenn eine Nation durch plötzliche Veränderung hindurch muss, haben sie keinen Seelenfrieden und sind nicht im Reinen mit sich selbst. Dieses Fehlen von innerer Ruhe macht Menschen anfällig, schlechte Entscheidungen zu treffen und dumme Fehler zu begehen. Ohne Ausgeglichenheit können Menschen keine gehaltvollen Entscheidungen treffen.

Die Lehre, die Raw Simcha Sissel daraus zieht, ist, dass man extrem vorsichtig sein muss, wenn man eine neue Situation im Leben betritt, selbst wenn die Veränderung eine gute ist. Zum grössten Teil befinden sich die jungen Männer, die ich in der Jeschiwa unterrichte, in Übergangsphasen in ihrem Leben. Sie sind entweder kurz vor Schidduchim (arrangierten Ehen) oder während Schidduchim – oder sie sind verlobt, frisch verheiratet oder gerade Eltern geworden. All diese Phasen repräsentieren tiefgreifende Übergänge im Leben. Es sind wundervolle Übergänge, aber die Übergänge können mit Leichtigkeit zu Unruhe im Leben führen. Wenn sich Dinge verändern und von allen Richtungen auf einen Menschen einprasseln, fehlt ihm “Jischuw HaDa’at” (Seelenfrieden) und in solchen Situationen muss er besonders vorsichtig sein.

Den Ruf seiner Schwester schützen

Der Ziz Elieser (Rabbi Jehuda Waldenberg) in Band 17 (#41) seiner gesammelten Responsen, stellt im Namen des Gerer Rebben fest, dass der Text unserer täglichen Gebete dem Verständnis des Rambam (Maimonides) von Mosches Sünde bei Mej Meriwa widerspricht. Raschi und viele andere Kommentatoren erklären, die Sünde habe darin bestanden, dass er den Felsen geschlagen hat, statt mit ihm zu sprechen. Der Rambam in den Schemone Perakim (Abschnitt 4) erklärt, die Sünde sei die Tatsache gewesen, dass er im Zorn zum Volk sprach: “Hört doch, Ihr Widerspenstigen!” [Bamidbar 20:10]. Das Volk Israel wusste, dass ihr Lehrer Mosche nur edle Eigenschaften und Charakterzüge hatte. Deshalb leitete das Volk davon ab, dass G-tt auf sie zürnte, weil sie Wasser verlangt hatten und dadurch der Zorn Mosches entstand. Dies war aber nicht zutreffend, denn wir finden nirgends, dass G-tt ihr Verlangen übelnahm. Gemäss dem Rambam, hatte das nichts mit dem Felsen zu tun.

Der Ziz Elieser, im Namen des Gerer Rebben, unterstützt den Ansatz des Rambam, basierend auf der Passage, die wir in Tefillat Geschem (dem Gebet für Regen an Schemini Azeret) sagen, in der es heisst: “… zu der Zeit, als Dein geschätztes Volk nach Wasser dürstete, schlug er den Felsen und heraus kam Wasser… Im Verdienst seiner Gerechtigkeit, gewähre uns reichlich Wasser!” Der Gerer Rebbe argumentiert, dass wenn Mosche Rabbejnu mit dem Schlagen des Felsens geirrt hätte (wie Raschi sagt), dann wäre es nicht angemessen, dies bei der Tefillat Geschem hervorzuheben und in diesem Verdienst Wasser zu erbitten. Selbst wenn man argumentieren könnte, dass die Referenz auf das Schlagen des Felsens keinen Bezug zum Vorfall in Parschat Chukat habe, sondern zum Vorfall in Parschat Beschalach, als ihm tatsächlich befohlen wurde, den Felsen zu schlagen – aber dennoch: Man sollte der Unklarheit wegen eigentlich nicht darauf eingehen.

Jedoch ist es der Ziz Elieser selbst, der diese Frage zu Raschis Erklärung abtut. Er hat eine alternative Auslegung zur Passage in Tefillat Geschem:

All die Jahre hatten sie das Wasser im Verdienst Mirjams bekommen. Als Mirjam starb – wie in Parschat Chukat erwähnt – hörte das Wasser auf zu fliessen. Die Frage muss gestellt werden, warum anschliessend Haschem seine Anweisungen an Mosche Rabbejnu änderte. Warum wurde Mosche angewiesen, in Parschat Beschalach auf den Felsen zu schlagen und in Parschat Chukat mit dem Felsen zu sprechen?

Der Lev Arjeh stellt diese Frage im Traktat Chullin. Er antwortet, dass der Brunnen ursprünglich ein Verdienst Mirjams war. Mirjam, so gross wie sie auch war, stand jedoch nicht auf einer Stufe mit Mosche Rabbejnu. Deshalb musste das Wunder auf “natürlicherem” Wege geschehen. In anderen Worten: Es ist ein kleineres Wunder, einen Felsen zu schlagen und damit Wasser herausfliessen zu lassen, als mit einem Felsen zu sprechen und eben dies zu bewirken. Mosche Rabbejnu ist so gross, dass “seine” Wunder auf die übernatürlichste Art und Weise geschehen. Er hatte solche Verdienste, dass er mit alleinigem Sprechen schon Wasser aus dem Felsen herausholen konnte. Und genau deshalb wies ihn der Allmächtige an, auf diese Weise den Fluss des Wassers aus dem Felsen wiederherzustellen, nachdem es mit dem Tode Mirjams versiegt hatte. Mosche Rabbejnu wusste, dass er mit seinem Sprechen Wasser aus dem Felsen hervorbringen konnte. Doch war er besorgt, dass dies irgendwie den Ruf seiner Schwester schmälern könnte, die nur genügend Verdienste hatte – sozusagen – um Wasser mit Gewalt aus dem Felsen hervorzubringen (also durch schlagen). Er wollte nicht grösser oder verdienstvoller erscheinen als seine Schwester. Daher, aufgrund SEINER RECHTSCHAFFENHEIT und DEMUT, schlug er den Felsen! Dies ist genau, was wir in Tefillat Geschem sagen.

Das passt dann gut zusammen. Wir erzählen dem Allmächtigen in Tefillat Geschem von unserem Bedarf an Regen. Wir sagen ihm, dass wir diesen grossen Segen womöglich nicht verdient haben, aber wir brauchen es händeringend. Wir flehen Haschem an, Gnade walten zu lassen (leha’awir al Midotaw). Wir berufen uns auf die Erinnerung an Mosche Rabbejnu. Er hätte zum Felsen sprechen können, um Wasser hervorzubringen – doch Mosche Rabbejnu ging “über die Erwartungen hinaus”. Er wollte kein zusätzliches Lob auf sich nehmen und er wollte den Ruf seiner Schwester schützen. Vor dem Hintergrund dieser Edelmut von Seiten Mosches, bitten wir, dass auch G-tt edelmütig mit uns sein möge. Das ist der Grund, weshalb wir Mej Meriwa sogar bei der Tefillat Geschem erwähnen.

 

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PARENTING: On Loan

On Loan
Iyar 20, 5774 · May 20, 2014

 

Children have a way of pushing buttons.

And when they push a certain button at a certain time with a certain degree of intensity, the result may be the desire to give that child the punishment he deserves.

A chassid once wrote to the Rebbe that he had a hard time restraining himself from hitting his child, even though that was not the way he wanted to raise him.

The Rebbe responded, “Imagine if this was your neighbor’s child. Would you ever consider lifting your hand to another’s child?”

In truth, our children are not our own. They were entrusted to our care as a loan, given to us by G‑d to raise and care for.

When Chanah, the mother of Samuel the prophet, was thanking G‑d for her child after many years of infertility, she said, “This is the child that I prayed for, for G‑d has given me what I asked for.” The Hebrew word for asked, sha’alah, can also mean “borrowed.”

Chana was cognizant that this precious son that she was to care for was not her own, but rather a loan that G‑d had entrusted to her.

Thoughtstream: Today, I will take care of my child carefully and lovingly, for G‑d has entrusted me with the most precious loan.

(Adapted from Torat Menachem 5744, vol. 1, p. 159.)

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WEEKLY TORAH FOR KIDS: Parshat Chukat

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Sivan 27, 5774 · June 25, 2014

There was not a cloud in the sky and the bright sun was beating down on the Cohen Family as they pulled into the dusty parking lot.

“Wow!” Sara said as she got out of the car. “Look at that plane!”

“Yes,” her younger brother said, showing off his knowledge. “That is a Sopwith Camel, famous for its maneuverability. It was one of the main planes used by the British during the First World War.”

It had been Mrs. Cohen’s idea to take the family to the model air show at Duxford War Museum.

“Oh Mummy,” David was really excited. “Please, please, I found a beautiful working model of a Spitfire, it’s not very expensive…”

After looking at it, some discussion, and much pleading and promising, Mrs. Cohen had to admit that it might be worth buying. But it was not cheap.

“David will do all the washing up for a month,” she said, starting to count the promises that he’d made all too fast, without thinking.

“You know what,” said David’s older brother Ben, “we could build our own model plane!”

“How could we do that?” David asked wide eyed. “They seem so complicated and detailed.”

“Okay,” Ben said, “let’s look at the planes and see how they are made.”

The two boys peered at the Spitfire.

“You see,” Ben said, “they all have a body to protect the delicate parts from the outside, a motor which drives it, and a battery or fuel to drive the motor. If you have those three components, you are pretty much set to go.”

David liked that idea, it felt better to make your own plane with your own design. And it did not mean a heavy commitment such as washing up and similar chores! Feeling more relaxed, he remembered something about the week’s Torah reading.

“You know, this reminds me of what we learned in our weekly Torah reading class,” David said. “The Midrash speaks about the Well of Miriam which came because of Miriam’s merit, and that’s why it stopped giving water when she passed away. The protective Clouds of Glory were due to Aaron’s merit, and the Manna came because of Moses’ merit.”

“What on earth has that got to do with a model plane?” asked Ben.

“Well,” said David, “the Torah protects us, giving us the power to be proud of who we are and withstand situations that threaten our Jewishness. That’s like the Clouds of Glory, like the body of the plane. Secondly, the Torah drives our daily lives like the motor, that’s like the Manna giving us food. Some planes have a big engine, others a small one, some people learn more Torah, others less. Like the Sages say that the Manna had different qualities for different kinds of people. Ordinary people had to cook it, but for a great person it was ready to eat.”

“Oh, yes, I remember that,” said Ben. “So that’s the way Torah study is different for each person, like eating the Manna.”

“Yes, and thirdly, the Torah is like water which reaches everyone everywhere, like the water from the Well of Miriam. That’s why Torah is so important and part of every Jewish person’s life. Whatever engine it has, every plane needs fuel of some kind. So the water dimension of Torah is like the fuel which keeps the engine going in my model plane.”

“That sounds amazing,” said his brother. “The Torah certainly is eternal and helps us get places. You’ll see, our model Torah plane will zooooom.”

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Sivan 24, 5774 · June 22, 2014
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This week’s features include a peek into the Hebrew letter Vav, a story of a World War II pilot, and much more.

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TORAH STUDIES: Parshat Chukat

Sivan 27, 5774 · June 25, 2014
Chukat

Chukat begins with an account of the Red Heifer, a strange practice whose object was the purification of those who had become contaminated through contact with the dead. The heifer was burned, and its ashes, mixed with water, sprinkled on those who had become defiled. But the paradox was that though it purified them, it made impure all those who were involved in its preparation. Thus it is called, in the Sidra’s second verse, a chukah (“ordinance”)—a technical term meaning, “law for which no reason can be given.” Rashi gives this explanation for the word, but his comment has some unusual features which the Sicha first points out, and then explains, showing that it is intelligible only if we distinguish two different kinds of chukah.

1. Rashi’s Comment Analyzed

“And the L-rd spoke to Moses and Aaron, saying: This is the ordinance (chukat) of the Torah which the L-rd has commanded….”1

Rashi interprets the phrase, “this is the ordinance of the Torah” thus:

“Because Satan and the nations of the world provoke Israel, saying, ‘what is the meaning of this commandment to you and what is its reason?,’ therefore it is described as an ‘ordinance’ it is a decree about which you have no right to speculate.”

But there are difficulties here:

(i) From the words of Rashi—“therefore it is described as an ‘ordinance’”—it is apparent that he intended not to explain the meaning of the word “ordinance” itself—which he has already done previously on many occasions.2 (And even though he has not done so previously in the book of Bamidbar, it is not as if he suspected that readers of his commentary would have forgotten his earlier explanation, because the word “ordinance” occurs earlier in Bamidbar3 and passes without comment from Rashi.) Rather, Rashi wants to explain the fact that it appears to be superfluous, since the phrase “this is the law” would have been sufficient.

And if this is so, since the reader already knows the meaning of “ordinance,” a brief explanation would have served. Why then does Rashi add, at length, the comments about Satan and the nations of the world, which he has already made several times previously?

(ii) Also, there are several differences between Rashi’s answer here, and in earlier places, which require understanding.

In earlier comments the agent provocateur is the “evil inclination”; here it is “Satan.”

In these earlier places, he is represented as “raising objections”4 or “caviling”5; Here, as “provoking.”

And in one earlier comment, one is said to be forbidden to “exempt oneself”6 from the ordinances; here one is forbidden to “speculate about them.”

(iii) If our earlier reasoning is correct, Rashi’s comment applies only to the seeming superfluity of the word “ordinance.” Why then should it bear the heading7 “this is the ordinance of the law,” as if Rashi intended to explain the whole phrase?

2. Within Reason and Beyond

The explanation is as follows:

The wording of the phrase, “this is the ordinance of the law” suggests that the law of the Red Heifer is the only ordinance in the Torah. But surely there are other ordinances (mentioned as such by Rashi), like the prohibition of eating the meat of pig or wearing clothes made of a mixture of wool and linen.8 Therefore, we are forced to say that there is a special class of ordinance, of which the Red Heifer is the only example; that is, that there are two kinds of ordinance:

(i) those which could in principle be understood by human intelligence, but details of which are beyond comprehension;

(ii) those which are entirely beyond the scope of human understanding.

The phrase “this is the ordinance of the law” is thus intended to indicate that the law of the Red Heifer is alone in belonging to the second category.

Therefore when Rashi brings examples (in Vayikra9) of ordinances, he mentions the prohibitions of the meat of the pig and of clothes made of wool and linen mixture, and the waters of purification, but he does not include the Red Heifer, since that belongs to an entirely separate category.

The “waters of purification” (water mingled with the ashes of the Red Heifer) is something whose principle can be understood rationally. For, just as purification through immersion in a Mikvah is a notion which Rashi never classifies as an “ordinance,” because it is quite reasonable that waters of the Mikvah have the power to cleanse spiritually; similarly, the “waters of purification” can have equal effect. Their only peculiarity lies in the detail that only a few drops of it suffice to purify, whereas the Mikvah requires total immersion.

Hence the waters belong to the first class of ordinances—decrees which are partially intelligible.

But the laws of the Red Heifer itself are entirely beyond understanding. It cannot be construed simply as a kind of burnt offering, since:

(i) no part of the Red Heifer was offered up at the altar;

(ii) all the actions involving the Red Heifer were to be done “outside the three camps”;10 whereas all the offerings were made specifically within them;

(iii) the Red Heifer is not even analogous to the goat of Azazel11 which, (besides its preliminaries being conducted within the camp,) was something for which a partial explanation was given (“and the goat shall bear forth on it their iniquities unto a desolate land’’12).

And it has the following exceptional features that the goat of Azazel did not:

(i) it was to be carried out by the Deputy High Priest;13

(ii) its blood was to be sprinkled seven times towards the front of the Ohel Moed;14

(iii) it was called a “sin offering” to show that it was similar to holy things.15

In short, the Red Heifer does not belong to the first category of ordinance for it cannot be even partially understood.

3. G-d and Man

In the light of this, we can understand why Rashi uses expressions here (“Satan” as opposed to “evil inclination”: “Provokes” in place of “raising objections”; and “forbidden to speculate” instead of “forbidden to exempt oneself from them”) which do not occur in his other explanations of the word “ordinance.”

It is clear that G-d’s intellect surpasses man’s, so that if we are told by G-d that a given commandment cannot be humanly understood, there is no ground on which the evil inclination can argue from its unintelligibility to its non-Divine origin. For, why should finite man be able to comprehend infinite G-d?

But when a commandment is partially open to human understanding, the evil inclination and the nations of the world do have (albeit fallacious) grounds for “arguing” or “raising objections” that it is not Divine: For how could G-d command something which on the one hand was accessible to human reason and on the other hand was inaccessible to it? They would therefore argue that they are not Divine, and not binding on the Jew.

But since the Red Heifer is entirely inaccessible to reason, it cannot be “refuted” by the evil inclination or the nations of the world. All they can do is to “provoke” the Jew by saying “what meaning has this commandment for you, and what is its reason?” Admittedly you have to obey the word of G-d, but in doing so you are doing something which to the human mind is completely meaningless and irrational.

Thus Rashi uses the word “Satan” instead of the “evil inclination”—for the skeptical voice seeks here only to trouble16 a Jew at the moment of acting, not to dissuade him from it at all.

And thus he does not say, “it is forbidden to ‘exempt yourself’ from the command” (for a case cannot be made out for exemption); but, that “it is forbidden ‘to speculate’ about its rationale,” and instead perform it with joy as if one understood it completely.

The reason is (as Rashi continues), that the Red Heifer is a “decree” of G-d: That is, that G-d Himself is telling us not to be perturbed by the absence of a rationale, and to do it simply because G-d so decrees. This is the only way that it can be properly fulfilled.

We can now understand why Rashi cites the whole phrase “this is the ordinance of the law” as his heading: For it is this phrase which makes it clear that this ordinance is different from all others; and this is what underlines the nuances of Rashi’s explanation.

(Source: Likkutei Sichot, Vol. VIII pp. 123-7) GARDEN OF TORAH: Beyond the Ken of Knowledge (Chukat)

Sivan 28, 5774 · June 26, 2014
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CHASSIDIC DIMENSION: When to Reveal and When to Conceal (Chukat)

Chassidic Dimension – Volume 4: Chukas
Sivan 28, 5774 · June 26, 2014

When to Reveal and When to Conceal

Chukas opens with the decree of the Red Heifer. Concerning this chukah (a command that has no rational explanation), the Torah states:1 “This is thechukah of the Torah.”

By using the terminology “This is the chukah of the Torah” rather than “This is thechukah of the Red Heifer,” the Torah is indicating2 that of all the inexplicablechukim , this is the most inexplicable. Thus we find3 that even King Solomon, the wisest of men4 who understood the divine rationale underlying the other chukim , could not fathom the reasoning behind the command of the Red Heifer.

Accordingly, we must understand the statement of the Midrash5 that “G-d told Moshe: To you I shall reveal the reason of the Heifer.” This seems to indicate that there is a reason for the chukah after all.

This being so, why couldn’t King Solomon fathom it? Additionally, why didn’t Moshe reveal this reason to the Jewish people, as he had done on other occasions6 when G-d revealed something to him, and Moshe in his goodness revealed it to the nation?

We must therefore say that Moshe did not reveal the reason for the Red Heifer because its rationale is truly incomprehensible to a created being.7 This is why even King Solomon could not fathom it. G-d in His true limitlessness revealed to Moshe something that a created being could never fathom on his own.

But this leads to yet another question. Why did G-d not reveal the reason to the Jewish people with the same infinite power that He used to reveal it to Moshe?

One of the interpretations8 of “This is the chukah of the Torah” is that the decree of the Red Heifer is the Torah — a foundation for the entire Torah and its commandments. Even the rational commands are expressions of Divine will,9 and as such they transcend man’s logic; just as no created being can comprehend its Creator,10 it is impossible for any created being to comprehend His will.

This is why the rationale for the Red Heifer remained concealed from all Jews; it was necessary that at least one command remain in a state of chukah, thereby indicating that the rest of the mitzvos were also chukim.11

This is crucial to one’s spiritual service. For if all mitzvos were to have descended to a rational level, their performance would be governed by human understanding. It would then be impossible for a Jew to attain mesirus nefesh , total self-sacrifice for G-d, a level that transcends the limitations of human intellect.

But according to this, it would seem that G-d’s revealing of the reason to Moshe was detrimental to him; he was now able to comprehend the rationale for all the commandments, so wasn’t his power of mesirus nefesh stifled?

Moreover, how can one possibly say that a divine revelation could cause a deficiency and inadequacy, rather than being a source of betterment and advancement?

Moshe had attained the level of supernal wisdom,12 a level suffused with self-abnegation, for which reason he was fully capable of receiving the most sublime revelations of G-dliness.13

Thus, the revelation of the reason for the Red Heifer in no way impeded his ability to perform mitzvos with mesirus nefesh , for that which was revealed to him was not a logical reason. Rather, G-d’s infinite divine will was revealed within Moshe’s intellect, so that it became Moshe’s essence.

Only one who exists apart from G-dliness must toil to attain total self-sacrifice for G-d. Moshe, however, was steeped in G-dliness; it was his entire being. Thus his very essence displayed mesirus nefesh.14

Based on Likkutei Sichos, Vol. XVIII, pp. 229-237.

FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Illuminations (Chukat)
Illuminations
Sivan 28, 5774 · June 26, 2014

 

Life and light are often paired together. We seek life, and we seek light. Yet sometimes we seem to hit a patch of darkness. The darkness may be outside, or it may also be inside. What happens then? We try to illuminate the darkness, to change dark to light. The new light is very beautiful, stronger than ever.

An incident in the Torah reading of Chukat (Numbers 19:1-22:1) expresses this idea, when looked at through the lens of the teachings of the Sages. In itself, the incident is mysterious and supernatural, but it does not take long to describe.

The Jewish people, traveling through the desert towards the Promised Land, and now close to the end of their journey, began complaining, speaking against G-d and against Moses. The result was that they were beset by poisonous snakes which attacked them and many died. The people came to Moses and apologized for their complaints: “We were wrong to speak against G-d and against you.” In order to heal them, G-d told Moses to make a copper serpent and put it up on a pole. Anyone bitten by a snake would look up at the copper serpent and be healed.1

The Torah with its laws and its stories teaches us about the possibilities in our inner lives. Complaining against G-d and Moses means entering a dark and negative realm. There are different ways this might happen in our lives today, such as giving in to the wrong kind of temptation. This might even lead to us seemingly being trapped in a very negative situation, feeling that we are “stuck,” unable to break free. Really this means we are trapped in our own inner darkness, the opposite of life and of light.

Darkness of this kind comes from the Serpent, the force of evil and spiritual darkness described in the Book of Genesis, which is also the source of death. Are we defenseless against this force?

No. The power of repentance reaches to the infinity of G-d, beyond the darkness, with the power to change dark to light, death to life. The Jews in the desert regretted what they had said, and they were given the opportunity to reach to G-d with the full power of repentance. The Sages tell us that the purpose of setting up a copper serpent on a pole was a cue to the Jewish people to lift their eyes and their hearts heavenwards, reaching to G-d, knowing that G-d is infinitely beyond the Serpent, the force of evil and death.2 From G-d comes infinite goodness and life.

By reaching to G-d in this way they were able drew life and light into their own selves, bringing them healing, and also into the world as a whole.

The account of the mysterious incident in the Torah is teaching us that we too can do the same. There may be patches of darkness in our lives and in the world around us. Through renewed connection to G-d, by each of us individually and by the Jewish people as a whole, these can be transformed. We can bring about a world of goodness, of light and of life.3

Imparting this message to our generation was the life’s work of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Menachem Mendel Schneerson. The Rebbe believed that the luminous teachings of the Torah have boundless power to transform our own lives and, ultimately, the lives of all humanity. May his memory be a blessing.

QUESTION OF THE WEEK: Must a Convert Honor His Biological Parents?

Must a Convert Honor His Biological Parents?
Sivan 28, 5774 · June 26, 2014

 

Question:

As a potential convert, I wanted to know what Jewish tradition says about the relationship of a convert to his parents who are not Jewish and who are not interested in conversion. Are they still considered his parents after the conversion?

Answer:

Our sages say that when someone converts, it is as if he or she becomes a new person, now charged with a Jewish mission. “A convert who converts is similar to a child being born.”1

But while this is the case spiritually, the physical facts must also be taken into consideration. There are biological parents who gave birth to and raised that individual. The fact that someone has the opportunity to convert is due to what those parents did for that child. Practically, according to Jewish law, one should honor his or her biological parents.2

It can be difficult for parents to see their child choose a path so different from their own, and it is important to remain sensitive to their feelings.

Leaving a certain life behind you while still respecting those who got you there can be tricky. Finding the right balance is something to discuss with the rabbi you would be working with on your conversion.

Let me know if this helps.

Yours truly,
Rabbi Yisroel Cotlar
Ask the Rabbi @ Chabad.org

Reply:

Dear Rabbi Cotlar,

It was a pleasure to receive such a prompt response to my question. Moreover, it was wonderful to receive such an enlightened, considerate, well thought out, sensitive opinion. Judaism is a beautiful religion, and the Jewish people comprise a nation of “menschen” because of spiritual leaders such as you.

ONCE UPON A CHASID: The Path of Fire (Chukat)

This is the Torah (law): A man who dies in a tent… (19:14)

The Torah is only acquired by those who kill themselves for it in the tents of study.

– The Zohar

It happened in the winter of 1798 or 1799, when Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch was a child of eight or nine. Every Friday night Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi would deliver a discourse of chassidic teaching to a select group of disciples. Little Mendel begged to be allowed in, but his grandfather refused.

The dwelling of Rabbi Schneur Zalman consisted of two two-room buildings, joined by a connecting passageway. In one of the wings, a large wood-burning stove, used for heating and occasionally to bake bread, was set in the wall between the two rooms. The stove opened into the outer room, and also protruded into the inner room which served as Rabbi Schneur Zalman’s study.

One Friday night, the Rebbe was delivering his weekly discourse in his study. It was an exceptionally cold night, so a gentile was summoned to heat the oven. For some reason, he found it difficult to push the logs all the way in to the oven, so he built the fire near the opening of the stove. As a result, the outer room soon began to fill with smoke. Once again, he tried to push the burning logs further in, but they wouldn’t budge. The poor man had to start all over again. He put out the fire, pulled out the logs, and peered into the stove to see what was preventing the logs from going in.

His shouts and shrieks summoned the entire household. The session in Rabbi Schneur Zalman’s room was disrupted; those in the second building also came running. Inside the stove lay a young boy. A small lamp was the only source of light in the smoke-filled room, so it took some time until the child was identified as the Rebbe’s grandson, little Menachem Mendel.

For some weeks now, the child had discovered that he could hear his grandfather’s words through the thin wall of the stove. Every Friday night he would clamber deep into the large stove, and listen to the profound and lofty words of the Rebbe’s teachings. And now, because of the bitter cold, his listening post had been discovered.

Rabbi Schneur Zalman’s daughter-in-law, Rebbetzin Sheina, who was present at the time, related:

“When they pulled the child out of the stove, he was paralyzed with fright. My mother-in-law, Rebbetzin Sterna, cried to my father-in-law, the Rebbe: ‘See what could of happened! A tragedy! Strangers you allow to enter, but when your own child begged you, you wouldn’t let him in!’ Father-in-law replied: ‘Sha, sha. Moses reached Mount Sinai only by beholding fire – only then did he merit that the Torah be given through him. Torah is acquired only through self-sacrifice.’

Sivan 28, 5774 · June 26, 2014
Beyond the Ken of Knowledge
Parshas Chukas; Numbers 19:1-25:9

 

Adapted from
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. XVIII, p. 229ff

What Mortal Knowledge Cannot Grasp

The term Chukim refers to those mitzvos whose rationale cannot be grasped by human intellect. Within this category, however, the laws of the Red Heifer stand out as unique. Thus the Midrash1 quotes King Shlomo (about whom it is written:2 “And Shlomo was wiser than every man on the face of the earth”):

I was able to comprehend all the [other difficult passages in the Torah], but with regard to the passage of the Red Heifer, I asked and I sought; “I said: ‘I will become wise,’ but I [saw] that it was far from me.”3

Indeed, it was only with regard to Moshe that the Midrash4 states: “The Holy One, blessed be He, told Moshe: ‘To you [alone] will I reveal the rationale for the Red Heifer.’ ”

On one hand, these quotes imply that the laws of the Red Heifer do not entirely transcend the realms of intellect, for Moshe was granted an understanding of their rationale. Nevertheless, the explanation obviously transcends ordinary knowledge, and thus could not be perceived by Shlomo, nor did Moshe communicate it to others.5Indeed, even Moshe’s appreciation did not come as a result of own powers of comprehension. As the Midrash states:6 “It is a chukah, a decree which I have ordained. No created beings are able to comprehend My decrees.”

Why was Moshe able to grasp this rationale? Because he was granted a unique gift from G-d. G-d is omnipotent able to fuse transcendence with limitation and it was by virtue of this omnipotence that Moshe was able to appreciate the explanation.

To Tap the Essence of the Torah

The question arises: Why was the answer given only to Moshe? If appreciating the rationale of the Red Heifer could advance one’s Divine service, why didn’t G-d or Moshe share it with others?

The answer depends on insight into the nature of the Torah. The Torah is one with G-d,7 an expression of His essential will. Therefore, just as His will is above intellectual comprehension, so too is the Torah. Nevertheless, G-d gave the Torah to mortals, not because He desires their obedience, but because He is concerned for their welfare. He wants man to develop a connection with Him, and for that connection to be internalized within man’s understanding, so that G-dly wisdom becomes part of his makeup. And with that intent, He enclothed the Torah in an intellectual framework.

This intellectual dimension is, however, merely an extension of the Torah. The Torah’s essence remains transcendent G-dliness, and cannot be contained within any limits even the limits of intellect. To relate to this essence, man must approach the Torah with a commitment that transcends wisdom or logic.

To highlight this dimension, it was necessary for at least one part of the Torah to remain entirely above intellectual comprehension. This is the passage describing the laws of the Red Heifer. These laws, which transcend our understanding, help us to appreciate that the entire Torah in its essence is also beyond our understanding. This in turn heightens our sensitivity to its inner G-dly core.

Were the entire Torah to have been clothed in reason, man would be motivated to rely on his own understanding, and would have difficulty in rising to a challenge that requires mesirus nefesh, self-sacrifice. Indeed, limiting our spiritual commitment to the intellectual sphere would encourage man’s natural, material inclination. There would be a tendency to follow one’s desires, and to rationalize one’s conduct, even when it is lacking.8 Without making an unlimited commitment to the Torah, man would not be able to relate to its unlimited truth.

The laws of the Red Heifer, however, imbue a person with an awareness of the unlimited nature of the Torah, stirring him to devote himself entirely to the Torah, both to its observance and its study.9 Becoming conscious of the inner G-dly nature of the Torah awakens the inner G-dly nature of our souls, enabling us to develop a more complete bond with Him.

To underscore the unique contribution represented by the laws of the Red Heifer, the Torah refers to them as chukas haTorah (“the decree of the Torah”),10 rather thanchukas haporah (“the decree of the [Red] Heifer”).11 Use of the former term emphasizes that our connection with the entire Torah depends on a commitment which transcends intellect.

A Selfless Self

This answer, however, leads to a further question. If regarding the laws of the Red Heifer as a chok is essential to our approach to the Torah, why did G-d reveal their rationale to Moshe? According to the above reasoning, this would detract from Moshe’scommitment!

To resolve this conundrum, we must conclude that the explanation for the chok was not given in a form that could be grasped by Moshe’s intellect. Instead, G-d’s essential will was revealed within Moshe’s thought. That which cannot be understood thus became the cornerstone of his intellectual powers.

To explain: Moshe represented the personification of Chochmah, usually translated as “wisdom.” But there is a difference between Chochmah and our ordinary conception of wisdom.

All conceptualization is made up of two elements: a) the idea itself, and b) the process of opening oneself to that idea, stepping beyond one’s previous way of thinking.Chochmah relates to the second element, and thus is identified with bittul, selfless existence.12 This bittul makes Chochmah an appropriate vessel for the Ein Sof, G-d’s infinity.13 And this spiritual process the causing of the Ein Sof to rest within Chochmahis what took place when G-d made known to Moshe the rationale for the laws of the Red Heifer.

For this reason, knowing the rationale did not detract from Moshe’s commitment. Unlike other mortals, Moshe did not have a separate, individual self image; he saw himself only as a medium for the expression of G-d’s Truth. Mesirus nefesh was the essence of his nature, and hence could never be diminished.

In the Era of the Redemption, Mashiach will offer the tenth Red Heifer, purifying first the priests and through them the entire nation.14 And we will then proceed in our Divine service to the age when purification from contact with the dead made possible by the ceremony of the Red Heifer will no longer be necessary. For “He will swallow up death for eternity,”15 and G-dliness, the source of all life, will be overtly revealed throughout all existence.

 

 

PARSHAH IN A NUTSHELL: Chukat

Sivan 27, 5774 · June 25, 2014
Chukat
Numbers 19:1-22:1

 

Moses is taught the laws of the Red Heifer, whose ashes purify a person who has been contaminated by contact with a dead body.

After 40 years of journeying through the desert, the people of Israel arrive in the wilderness of Zin.Miriam dies and the people thirst for water. G-d tells Moses to speak to a rock and command it to give water. Moses gets angry at the rebellious Israelites and strikes the stone. Water issues forth, but Moses is told by G-d that neither he nor Aaron will enter the Promised Land.

Aaron dies at Har Hahar and is succeeded in the High Priesthood by his son Elazar. Venomous snakes attack the Israelite camp after yet another eruption of discontent in which the people “speak against G-d and Moses”; G-d tells Moses to place a brass serpent upon a high pole, and all who will gaze heavenward will be healed. The people sing a song in honor of the miraculous well that provided the water in the desert.

Moses leads the people in battles against the Emorite kings Sichon and Og (who seek to prevent Israel’s passage through their territory) and conquers their lands, which lie east of the Jordan.

 

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Chukat

Sivan 27, 5774 · June 25, 2014
Chukat Aliya Summary

 

General Overview: This week’s Torah reading, Chukat, begins with a discussion regarding the laws of the red heifer. Miriam and Aaron die. When the Jews are in need of water, Moses strikes a rock – despite being commanded to talk to it. Waters stream forth, but Moses is banned from entering Israel. Amalek battles the Israelites and is defeated. Edom and Moab refuse the Israelites passageway to Israel. The Israelites battle Sichon and Og, and are victorious.


First Aliyah: The most severe of all ritual impurities is tum’at met, the impurity contracted through contact with a human corpse. This section details the purification process for an individual or object which has contracted this form of impurity. A red heifer is slaughtered and is burned together with a few added ingredients. Water from a stream is added to the ashes. On the third and seventh day after contracting tum’at met, this mixture is sprinkled upon the individual or object. After immersion in amikvah (ritual pool), the person or object is freed of this impurity.


Second Aliyah: The abovementioned purification process is continued, along with an admonition that the impure individual not enter the Tabernacle or Temple until the purification process is completed. Miriam dies in the fortieth year of the Israelites’ sojourn in the desert. With Miriam’s death, the waters which flowed from the miraculous “Well of Miriam” dried up. The people complain bitterly about the lack of water.


Third Aliyah: G‑d tells Moses and Aaron to take a staff and gather the people in front of a certain rock. They should speak to the rock, and it will give forth water. Moses and Aaron gather everybody, and Moses strikes the rock and it gives forth water. In the course of this episode they committed a grave error, the conventional explanation being that they struck the rock instead of speaking to it. This caused G‑d to punish Moses and Aaron, barring them from leading the Jews into Israel.


Fourth Aliyah: Moses sends messengers to the King of Edom requesting permission to pass through his land (which is south of Canaan) on the way to the Promised Land. Despite Moses’ promises not to cause any harm to the land whilst passing, Edom refuses the Jews passage. The Jews are therefore forced to circumvent the land of Edom, and approach Canaan from the east.


Fifth Aliyah: The Jews arrive at Mount Hor. At G‑d’s command, Moses, Aaron and Aaron’s son, Elazar, go up the mountain. Aaron removes his high priest’s vestments and Elazar dons them. Aaron then passes away. The entire nation mourns Aaron’s death for thirty days. The Amalekites, disguised as Canaanites, attack the Jews. The Jews pray to G‑d and are victorious in battle. The Jews complain about their food, claiming that they are “disgusted” by the manna. G‑d dispatches serpents into the Israelite encampment, and many Jews die. Moses prays to G‑d on the Jews’ behalf. Following G‑d’s instructions, Moses fashions a copper serpent and places it atop a pole. The bitten Jews would look at this snake and be healed.


Sixth Aliyah: The Jews journey on, making their way towards the eastern bank of the Jordan River. Encrypted in this section is a great miracle which occurred when the Jews passed through the Arnon valley. Tall cliffs rose from both sides of this narrow valley, and in the clefts of these cliffs the Emorites, armed with arrows and rocks, were waiting to ambush the Jews. Miraculously, the mountains moved towards each other, crushing the Emorite guerrilla forces. This section ends with a song of praise for the well which sustained the Jews throughout their desert stay — and whose now-bloodied waters made the Jews aware of the great miracle which G‑d wrought on their behalf.


Seventh Aliyah: The Jews approach the land of the Emorites, which lies on the east bank of the Jordan River. They send a message to Sichon, king of the Emorites, asking permission to pass through his land en route to Canaan. Sichon refuses and instead masses his armies and attack the Jews. The Jews are victorious and occupy the Emorite lands. Og, king of Bashan, then attacks the Jews. The Jews are triumphant again; they kill Og and occupy his land too. Now the Jewish nation has reached the bank of the Jordan River, just across from the city of Jericho in the land of Israel.

 

ETHICS OF OUR FATHERS: Crime Repays (Chapter 4)

Sivan 27, 5774 * June 25, 2014

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Crime Repays
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Rabbi Eliezer ben Yaakov said: He who fulfills one mitzvah acquires for himself one advocate, and he who commits one transgression, acquires against himself one accuser. Repentance and good deeds are as a shield against retribution.

– Ethics of the Fathers, 4:11

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“Your evil does afflict you,” says the prophet. Punishment for wrongdoing is not a Divine “revenge” any more than frostbite is G-d’s “revenge” for a barefoot trek in the snow: it is the natural consequence of one’s deeds. Just as the Creator has chosen to run His world in accordance with the laws of physics, so, too, He has instituted a spiritual “natural order.” Thus, the fact that good is beneficial and evil is detrimental to their doers is an outgrowth of their essential natures.

Every positive deed on man’s part is a realization of his Divine essence and purpose, and thus and intensification of his bond with his Creator. And since the ultimate source of life and bliss is G-d, the obvious result is a more enhanced flow of sustenance and well-being. On the other hand, the person who transgresses the Divine disavows the very purpose for which G-d grants him existence and life. So the suffering and afflictions to consequently befall him are the spiritually natural result of his having sabotaged his own link and lifeline to his Divine Source.

Didn’t Reach the Ground

Based on this concept of reward and punishment we can better understand the Torah’s account of the seventh of the Ten Plagues to be visited on Egypt – the plague of barad, a devastating storm of rain, fire and ice.

Pharaoh had once again reneged on his promise to let the Jews go; the Divine response was to unleash “thunder and hail, and fire which ran down upon the earth…the likes of which there was not in Egypt from when it had become a nation” and which wreaked havoc on the Egyptians, their cattle and their crops.

“And Pharaoh sent and called for Moses and Aaron, and said to them: `I have sinned this time; G-d is righteous, and I and my people are in the wrong. Entreat G-d that there be no more Divine thunders and hail; and I will let you go….'”

“And Moses went out from Pharaoh, out of the city, and spread out his hands to G-d; and the thunder ceased, and the hail and the rain did not reach the ground.”

Suspended or Vaporized

Our sages have stated that “G-d desires to uphold the workings of the world as much as possible; nature is dear to Him, and He does not interfere with it unless it is critically necessary.” And yet, almost everything about the plague of barad, including the manner in which it ended, was supernatural.

Two sworn enemies, fire and ice, collaborated to create the “hail with fire flaring within it” that rained down on Egypt. And when Moses lifted his arms, the storm ceased – instantaneously. Even the hail and rain that had already begun its descent from the heavens “did not reach the ground.”

What happened to these orphaned raindrops and hailstones? A careful reading of the commentaries yields two versions of their fate: (a) they remained suspended in midair; (b) they ceased to exist altogether.

The need for supernatural plagues is self-evident. As G-d told Moses, “I will multiply My signs and My wonders…. And Egypt will know that I am G-d.” But why the miraculous end to the plague of barad? Why not allow the already falling raindrops to reach their natural groundward course?

Past Revisited

Punishment, as we’ve noted, is not a Divine revenge, but the spiritually “natural” result of a person’s wrongdoing.

The fire and ice that rained down on Pharaoh’s Egypt was in punishment for his enslavement of the Jewish people and his repeated defiance of the Divine command, “Let My people go.” But when Pharaoh repented his crime, acknowledging his guilt (“G-d is righteous, and I and my people are in the wrong”) and committing himself to its rectification (“I will let you go”), the root cause for the plague of barad no longer was. The dynamics of reward and punishment now dictated that Pharaoh’s evil, now repented, would no longer afflict him.

The laws of physics may have dictated the continued descent of the hail and rain already en route. But the laws of physics are but the implementers of a higher nature. For a single hailstone or raindrop to now strike Egypt would have been a violation of the spiritual “natural order” that the Creator has established to govern our reality.

This also explains the two versions as to what happened to those hailstones and raindrops which Pharaoh’s repentance disarmed in mid-flight: did they halt in mid-air or did they cease to exist entirely?

Basically, there are two levels of teshuvah (repentance): teshuvah that affects the future, and teshuvah that reaches back into the past.

A person who has acted contrary to his ordained mission in life has turned his back on His Creator. As long as he does not repent his deed, he remains in a state of “estrangement” from the Almighty. But when he expresses real regret for his crime and commits himself henceforth to be faithful to his G-d, he repairs the damaged relationship; all is forgiven as he turns a new leaf in his life.

This is your basic, forward-effective teshuvah. None of this, however, changes the fact that, prior to his repentance, this individual had been disconnected from his Divine source and his own intrinsic goodness. His evil deed remains a past reality; all he has done is discontinue its negative effects on his life.

But there also is a higher level of teshuvah: a teshuvah which reaches back in time to change the past. This is the teshuvah of a penitent who succeeds in exploiting his past wrongs as an impetus for good, who garners from his spiritual descents the momentum to achieve otherwise unattainable heights. Whose estrangement becomes a source of yearning for His G-d, a yearning with a depth and intensity that far surpasses anything the spiritually pristine soul can feel. Whose negative past is transformed into positive force.

This is the difference between the two scenarios for the suspended barad. If Pharaoh’s repentance was of the first, “from now on” sort, his past evil, and what it has caused, remained in existence. Only its future effects on him were neutralized. The hail and rain remained – only they did not continue their punishment of the now repentant sinner.

But if Pharaoh were capable of achieving the higher level of teshuvah that rectifies the past, the negative cause of the barad would have been retroactively undone. And since it is “your evil that does afflict you,” the utter erasure of his evil would have spelled the immediate unbeing all that ever resulted from it, including the physical water, fire and ice that came to afflict its perpetrator.

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Introductory reading to Ethics of the Fathers:

All Israel has a share in the World to Come, as is stated: “And your people are all righteous; they shall inherit the land forever. They are the shoot of My planting, the work of My hands, in which I take pride.”
(Sanhedrin, 11:1)

Chapter Four

1.  Ben Zoma would say: Who is wise? One who learns from every man. As is stated: “From all my teachers I have grown wise, for Your testimonials are my meditation.”

Who is strong? One who overpowers his inclinations. As is stated, “Better one who is slow to anger than one with might, one who rules his spirit than the captor of a city.”

Who is rich? One who is satisfied with his lot.  As is stated:  “If you eat of toil of your hands, fortunate are you, and good is to you” ; “fortunate are you” in this world, “and good is to you”—in the World to Come.

Who is honorable, one who honors his fellows. As is stated: “For to those who honor me, I accord honor; those who scorn me shall be demeaned.”

2.  Ben Azzai would say: Run to pursue a minor mitzvah, and flee from a transgression. For a mitzvah brings another mitzvah, and a transgression brings another transgression. For the reward of a mitzvah is a mitzvah, and the reward of transgression is transgression.

3.  He would also say: Do not scorn any man, and do not discount anything. For there is no man who has not his hour, and no thing that has not its place.

4.  Rabbi Levitas of Yavneh would say: Be very, very humble, for the hope of mortal man is worms.

Rabbi Yochanan the son of Berokah would say: Whoever desecrates the Divine Name covertly, is punished in public. Regarding the desecration of the Name, the malicious and the merely negligent are one and the same.

5.  Rabbi Ishmael the son of Rabbi Yossei would say: One who learns Torah in order to teach, is given the opportunity to learn and teach. One who learns in order to do, is given the opportunity to learn, teach, observe and do.

Rabbi Tzaddok would say: Do not separate yourself from the community. Do not act as a counselor-at-law.  Do not make the Torah a crown to magnify yourself with, or a spade with which to dig. So would Hillel say: one who make personal use of the crown of Torah shall perish. Hence, one who benefits himself from the words of Torah, removes his life from the world.

6.  Rabbi Yossei would say: Whoever honors the Torah, is himself honored by the people; whoever degrades the Torah, is himself degraded by the people.

7.  His son, Rabbi Ishmael would say: One who refrains from serving as a judge avoids hatred, thievery and false oaths. One who frivolously hands down rulings is a fool, wicked  and arrogant.

8.  He would also say: Do not judge alone, for there is none qualified to judge alone, only the One. And do not say, “You must accept my view,” for this is their [the majority’s] right, not yours.

9.  Rabbi Jonathan would say: Whoever fulfills the Torah in poverty, will ultimately fulfill it in wealth; and whoever neglects the Torah in wealth, will ultimately neglect it in poverty.

10.  Rabbi Meir would say: Engage minimally in business, and occupy yourself with Torah. Be humble before every man. If you neglect the Torah, there will be many more causes for neglect before you ; if you toil much in Torah, there is much reward to give to you.

11.  Rabbi Eliezer the son of Yaakov would say: He who fulfills one mitzvah, acquires for himself one advocate; he who commits one transgression, acquires against himself one accuser. Repentance and good deeds are as a shield against retribution.

Rabbi Yochanan the Sandal-Maker would say: Every gathering that is for the sake of Heaven, will endure; that is not for the sake of Heaven, will not endure.

12.  Rabbi Eliezer the son of Shamua would say: The dignity of your student should be as precious to you as your own; the dignity of your colleague, as your awe of your master; and your awe of your master as your awe of Heaven.

13.  Rabbi Judah would say: Be careful with your studies, for an error of learning  is tantamount to a willful transgression.

Rabbi Shimon would say: There are three crowns–the crown of Torah, the crown of priesthood and the crown of sovereignty–but the crown of good name surmounts them all.

14.  Rabbi Nehora’i would say: Exile yourself to a place of Torah; do not say that it will come after you, that your colleagues will help you retain it. Rely not on your own understanding.

15.  Rabbi Yannai would say: We have no comprehension of the tranquility of the wicked, nor of the suffering of the righteous.

Rabbi Matya the son of Charash would say: Be first to greet every man. Be a tail to lions, rather than a head to foxes.

16.  Rabbi Yaakov would say: This world is comparable to the antechamber before the World to Come.  Prepare yourself in the  antechamber, so that you may enter the banquet hall.

17.  He would also say: A single moment of repentance and good deeds in this world is greater than all of the World to Come.  And a single moment of bliss in the World to Come is greater than all of the present world.

18.  Rabbi Shimon the son of Elazar would say: Do not appease your friend at the height of his anger; do not comfort him while his dead still lies before him; do not ask him about his vow the moment he makes it ; and do not endeavor to see him at the time of his degradation.

19.  Samuel the Small would say: “When your enemy falls, do not rejoice; when he stumbles, let your heart not be gladdened. Lest G-d see, and it will displeasing in His eyes, and He will turn His wrath from him [to you]”

20.  Elisha the son of Avuyah would say: One who learns Torah in his childhood, what is this comparable to? To ink inscribed on fresh paper. One who learns Torah in his old age, what is this comparable to? To ink inscribed on erased paper.

Rabbi Yossei the son of Judah of Kfar HaBavli would say: One who learns Torah from youngsters, whom is he comparable to? To one who eats unripe grapes and drinks [unfermented] wine from the press. One who learns Torah from the old, whom is he comparable to? To one who eats ripened grapes and drinks aged wine.

Said Rabbi Meir: Look not at the vessel, but at what it contains. There are new vessels that are filled with old wine, and old vessels that do not even contain new wine.

21.  Rabbi Elazar HaKapor would say: Envy, lust and honor drive a man from the world.

22.  He would also say: Those who are born will die, and the dead will live. The living will be judged, to learn, to teach and to comprehend that He is G-d, He is the former, He is the creator, He is the comprehender, He is the judge, He is the witness, he is the plaintiff, and He will judge. Blessed is He, for before Him there is no wrong, no forgetting, no favoritism, and no taking of bribes; know, that everything is according to the reckoning. Let not your heart convince you that the grave is your escape; for against your will you are formed, against your will you are born, against your will you live, against your will you die, and against your will you are destined to give a judgement and accounting before the king, king of all kings, the Holy One, blessed be He.

Studied at the conclusion of each lesson of the Ethics:

Rabbi Chananiah the son of Akashiah would say: G-d desired to merit the people of Israel; therefore, He gave them Torah and mitzvot in abundance. As is stated, “G-d desired, for sake of his righteousness, that Torah be magnified and made glorious.”
(Makot, 3:16)

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