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FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Choosing the Battle of Life (Ki Teitzei)

WEEKLY ALIYOT: Parshat Ki Teitzei

Elul 8, 5774 · September 3, 2014
Ki Teitzei Aliya Summary

General Overview: This week’s reading, Ki Teitzei, contains 74 commandments, more mitzvot than any other Torah portion. Some of the commandments discussed: the law of the rebellious son, the obligation to bury the dead without undue delay, the requirement to return a found object, the prohibition against causing pain to any living creature, the prohibition against prostitution, the laws of marriage and divorce, the procedure of the Levirate marriage, and the obligation to eradicate the memory of Amalek.


First Aliyah: This section begins with a discussion regarding female captives of war, and lays down the conditions under which a soldier may marry a captive. The right of a firstborn son to a double portion of his father’s inheritance is then detailed. The section concludes with the procedure for dealing with an aberrantly rebellious child.


Second Aliyah: Commandments discussed in this section: Speedy burial of the deceased, returning a lost object to its owner, aiding a neighbor when his animal has fallen because of its burden, the prohibition against cross-dressing, and the obligation to send away a mother bird before taking its chicks or eggs.


Third Aliyah: Some commandments discussed in this section: Building a safety fence around a flat roof; the prohibitions against sowing mixtures of seeds, plowing with a mixed pair of animals, or wearing a garment which contains a mixture of wool and linen (shatnez); wearing tzitzit; the penalty for a husband who defames his wife; the punishment for adultery; the penalty for rape; and certain prohibited marriages.


Fourth Aliyah: Some commandments discussed in this section: maintaining pure and hygienic army encampments, impurity resulting from seminal emissions, prohibition against prostitution, prohibition against lending with interest, and the obligation to honor vows.


Fifth Aliyah: This section details the right of field workers to eat from the produce they are harvesting. The Torah then briefly discusses marriage and the bill of divorce. A divorced couple cannot remarry if the woman has been remarried to another man (and divorced again or widowed) in the interim.


Sixth Aliyah: More mitzvot: A newlywed man is exempt from military service for a full year. It is forbidden to accept utensils used to prepare food as loan security or to forcibly take a debtor’s possessions as collateral, and a poor man’s security must be temporarily returned to him on a daily basis. Kidnapping is a capital offense. We are commanded to always remember that Miriam was afflicted with tzara’at for speaking badly about Moses.


Seventh Aliyah: We are forbidden to withhold or delay a worker’s wages. Relatives’ testimony is inadmissible in a court of law. Various mandatory gifts for the poor are discussed. The procedure for corporal punishment is outlined. The mitzvah of Levirate marriage (yibum) is introduced: if a married childless man dies, his brother is obligated to marry the widow. If the brother refuses to marry the widow, he and she go through achalitzah ceremony, which frees her to marry whomever she wishes. We are instructed to maintain accurate weights and measures. The reading ends with the mitzvah to remember Amalek’s evil deed, ambushing the Israelites on their way from Egypt.

PARSHAH PICKS: What If You Mess Up? (Ki Teitzei)

Elul 8, 5774 · September 3, 2014
General Overview:

 

This week’s reading, Ki Teitzei, contains 74 commandments, more mitzvot than any other Torah portion. Some of the commandments discussed: the law of the rebellious son, the obligation to bury the dead without undue delay, the requirement to return a found object, the prohibition against causing pain to any living creature, the prohibition against prostitution, the laws of marriage and divorce, the procedure of the Levirate marriage, and the obligation to eradicate the memory of Amalek.

 

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CHASSIDIC DIMENSION: Marriage & Divorce — Divine Style (Ki Teitzei)

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Elul 9, 5774 · September 4, 2014

 

Marriage & Divorce — Divine Style

The vast majority of laws relating to Jewish marriage and divorce are derived from verses in the Torah portion Seitzei.1

The relationship between husbands and wives is similar to the relationship between G-d and the Jewish people. It thus follows that marriage and divorce as experienced between mortal spouses derives from the “marriage” and the so-called “divorce” between G-d and the Jewish people.

The marriage of G-d and the Jewish people took place when He gave them the Torah, as the Mishnah states:2 “ ‘The day of His marriage’ — this refers to Mattan Torah. ”

Although according to Jewish law betrothal requires an act by the groom, i.e., the groom gives the bride an object of value and states: “You are consecrated to me…,” this act must have the full consent of the bride; a woman cannot be married against her will.3

The same was true with regard to G-d’s betrothal and marriage of the Jewish people when He gave them the Torah: G-d revealed His great love to the Jewish people in order to rouse their love for Him,4 so that the Jewish people would desire to be “married” to Him. Although this love for G-d resulted from G-d’s arousal of the emotion within them, and did not come about of the Jews’ own volition, it had so profound an effect on them that their love for Him became part and parcel of their very being.

Thus the Rambam states as a point of law5 that every Jew, even one who is on an extremely low spiritual level, “desires to perform all the mitzvos and distance himself from transgressions.” It is simply that this desire is sometimes concealed and must be brought to the fore.

Just as the Jewish people’s love for G-d permeates their being, and is always whole and absolute, so too with regard to His love for them: it permeates His entire essence, as it were, and something that is part of one’s essence is not subject to change.

This blissful state of marriage between G-d and the Jewish people existed until the period of exile, at which time there came about a state of “divorce,” as the Gemararecords:6 “The Jewish people responded to the prophet with a telling rejoinder…’A woman who was divorced by her husband — can one party possibly then complain about [the conduct of] the other?’ ”

This means to say that since during times of exile, G-d is not found in a revealed manner among the Jewish people; it is as if He had divorced them.

In truth, however, G-d’s love for the Jews is so essential to His being that even when this love is suppressed to the extent that He metaphorically “divorces” them, He is still very much with them; the “divorce” is not really a divorce at all. Truly, it is nothing but a temporary separation, which He will rectify when He once again reveals His essential love for them; remarriage will not be necessary.

Accordingly it is to be understood that the “temporary separation” engendered by exile reveals a depth of the relationship between G-d and the Jewish people that is even more profound than that revealed prior to the “divorce.”

Before the estrangement, one could have thought that the connection between G-d and the Jewish people was predicated upon their performance of Torah and mitzvos. When we observe, however, that during periods of exile, when the Jewish people are wanting in their performance of Torah and mitzvos , G-d loves them all the same, this proves that His love is not based on any external factor, but is truly an intrinsic and essential love.

Based on Likkutei Sichos Vol. IX, pp. 143-150.

 

GARDEN OF TORAH: War and Peace (Ki Teitzei)

Elul 9, 5774 · September 4, 2014
War and Peace
Seitzei

Adapted from
Sefer HaSichos 5749, Vol. II, p. 676ff;
Sefer HaSichos 5750, Vol. II, p. 655ff;
Sefer HaSichos 5751, Vol. II p. 796ff

Will a Dove Grow Claws?

Every day, we conclude the Shemoneh Esreh prayers by praising G-d “who blesses His people Israel with peace.”1 And when describing the blessings G-d will bestow upon us if we follow His will, our Sages state, “peace is equivalent to all other blessings.”2 Indeed, our Sages explain3 that Shalom, Hebrew for “peace,” is one of the names of G-d Himself.

Why does peace play such a fundamental part in our Jewish heritage? Every man’s soul is “an actual part of G-d from above.”4 Therefore he possesses a natural desire to allow that G-dly spark an opportunity to express itself. He seeks to grow in understanding in a harmonious environment without being confronted by external challenges.

Unfortunately, this is not always possible. We live in a material world which by nature encourages selfishness and the quest for personal gratification. In such a world, the search for spiritual growth may often lead to conflicts of interest, and at times, actual conflict.

Waging War

These concepts are alluded to in the name of this week’s Torah reading, Parshas Ki Seitzei which begins:5 “When you go out to battle against your enemies.” In the soul’s natural environment the spiritual worlds above there is no conflict. When, however, the soul “goes out” from that setting and descends to our material world, it is confronted by challenges that may require it to engage in battle.

For there are two aspects to material existence. Our world was created because G-d “desired a dwelling in the lower worlds,”6 i.e., the physical universe can serve as a dwelling for G-d, a place where His essence is revealed. But as the term “lower worlds” implies, G-d’s existence is not readily apparent in our environment. On the contrary, the material nature of the world appears to preclude holiness. An attempt to resolve these two contradictory thrusts is thus often characterized by conflict.

This is the Torah’s conception of war, a struggle to transform even the lowest elements of existence into a dwelling for G-d. For this reason, the Torah commanded the Jews to fight to conquer the Land of Canaan, and thereby turn a land which was notorious for its depravity7 into Eretz Yisrael, a land of which it is said “the eyes of the L-rd, your G-d, are upon it from the beginning of the year until the end of the year.”8

Furthermore, even when there is no explicit command for war, the potential is there to forcefully extend the boundaries of holiness and enable it to encompass areas which were previously governed by worldliness.9

Discovering Our Resources

A person need not fear undertaking such efforts; on the contrary, he is assured Divine blessing. This is alluded to by the Hebrew על אויבךš , translated as “against your enemies,” in the verse cited above. Literally the phrase means “above your enemies,”10conveying the promise that even as the soul descends into our material world and confronts challenges, it always possesses the power to overcome them. Since the soul is “an actual part of G-d,” it is always above worldly influence and has the power to overcome all obstacles11 and transform its environment.

Moreover, it is the challenge of “battle” that brings out the essential power which the soul possesses. For such confrontation compels a person to draw on his inner strength. This search for strength in turn brings an awareness of one’s inner G-dly nature. And when that G-dly core is aroused, a person can overcome any challenges, and spread G-dliness in all settings. In this way, he becomes G-d’s partner,12 making manifest G-d’s purpose in creation.

Inner Conflicts

The concept of battle is relevant within our own lives as well. Commenting on the verse, “And you shall… see the difference between one who serves G-d and one who does not serve Him,”13 our Sages define,14 “one who serves G-d” as “one who reviews his subject matter 101 times,” and “one who does not serve Him’ as “one who reviews his subject matter 100 times.”

In Tanya,15 the Alter Rebbe explains that, in that era, it was customary for students to review their subject matter 100 times. Therefore, it was the one hundred and first time the time when the person went beyond his normal practice which distinguished him as “one who serves G-d.” For only one who struggles to rise above his nature merits such a title.

A person must challenge himself; and this means more than a commitment to gradual progress. “Serving G-d,” involves breaking our individual natures, and showing that there are no limits to our commitment to Him.

This endeavor involves a constant struggle. A person cannot reach a level of spiritual achievement and then “rest on his laurels.” Instead, he must continually strive to advance further.

The inner “battles” necessary to bring this commitment to the fore tap the essential and unbounded Divine potential each of us possesses within our souls. And the effects of these efforts extend beyond our individual selves, effecting the world at large. For the aspect of G-dliness which transcends all limitation is activated by each person’s endeavors to transcend his personal limits.16

The Ultimate Battles

Because the task of refining the world is often compared to a battle, one of the criteria given to identify Mashiach the leader who will motivate mankind to accomplish its purpose is that he will “wage the wars of G-d.”17 For it is possible that the task of refining the world will require actual conflict,18 so that Mashiach must “fill the world with justice” by “destroying the power of the wicked and waging the wars of G-d.”19

This, however, is merely a stage. Ultimately, Mashiach will “vanquish all the nations surrounding him… and perfect the entire world, [motivating all the nations] to serve G-d together,” thus initiating the era when “there will be neither famine nor war, neither envy nor competition… [and] the occupation of the entire world will be solely to know G-d.”20

ONCE UPON A CHASID: The Cry of a Child (Ki Teitzei)

Elul 9, 5774 · September 4, 2014
The Cry of a Child

 

You shall not see your brother’s ox or sheep going astray and ignore them; rather, you should restore them to your brother…

And so you shall do with every lost thing of your brother – you may not remain oblivious (22:1-3)

When Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch was a young man, he lived in the same house as his father, Rabbi Schneur Zalman. Rabbi DovBer and his family lived in the ground floor apartment, and Rabbi Schneur Zalman lived on the second floor.

One night, while Rabbi DovBer was deeply engrossed in his studies, his youngest child fell out of his cradle. Rabbi DovBer heard nothing. But Rabbi Schneur Zalman, who was also immersed in study in his room on the second floor, heard the infant’s cries. The Rebbe came downstairs, lifted the infant from the floor, soothed his tears, replaced him in the cradle, and rocked him to sleep. Rabbi DovBer remained oblivious throughout it all.

Later, Rabbi Schneur Zalman admonished his son: “No matter how lofty your involvements, you must never fail to hear the cry of a child.”

The Lubavitcher Rebbe told this story to a gathering of community activists in 1962. “To me,” said the Rebbe, “this story characterizes the approach of Chabad-Lubavitch. With all the emphasis on self-refinement and one’s personal service of the Almighty, one must always hear the cry of a child.

“This is most applicable today, when so many Jewish children of all ages, have fallen out of the cradle of their heritage. Their souls cry out to us, and we must have the sensitivity to hear their cries and to respond. We must interrupt our prayers and our studies and do everything in our power to sooth these desperate souls and restore them to their cradle.”

FOR FRIDAY NIGHT: Choosing the Battle of Life (Ki Teitzei)

Elul 9, 5774 · September 4, 2014
Choosing the Battle of Life

There are the material battles in life of which we are all aware. These include our individual economic struggles, conflicts with neighbors, international politics, encounters with terrorism and war (G-d forbid).

Another kind of battle which engages us is spiritual. It takes place primarily within ourselves, where there are two empires at war: the empire of the spirit, of Jewish ideals, of Torah; and that of ordinary and everyday needs, desires and attitudes. The struggle between these two forces within us extends throughout our lives.

Our parshah begins by speaking of war: “When you go out in battle against your enemies” (Deuteronomy 21:10)–and the Sages explain that these verses apply to our inner spiritual battle, as well.

The goals in this conflict are set by the Torah: to make G-dliness a part of our daily lives through keeping G-d’s commandments, and to create homes and families where the atmosphere is harmonious and wholesome, expressing the values of thousands of years of Torah teachings.

Against this come all kinds of threats. Some of them are very simple issues such as convenience and self-indulgence. Others are more problematic obsessions, which seem to haunt us continuously.

In this life-long situation we are each called on to go to war. Like a good strategist fighting a battle on a difficult front, the Torah takes into consideration where to make concessions to the frailties of man, and where not to.1 Guidance by rabbis and rebbetzins today is often given precisely for subtle borderline issues.

However, there is an interesting comment by the sages which illuminates the paradox of life. Two kinds of battle are described in Jewish law: a battle which is a duty (such as to save the lives of the Jewish people) and a battle which is optional, such as King David’s battles to extend the territory of the Land of Israel. The Sages describe the battle in our Torah portion as “optional.”

How can the spiritual battle of life, struggling to keep the Torah properly, be described as optional? Surely it is imposed on us by the very fact that we are born?

Chassidic teachings give an interesting answer. The sages say that G-d consulted the righteous before He created the world.2 Furthermore, every Jew is considered to be righteous.3 Hence creation in general, and consequently the fact of each person being born, has been approved by each individual soul.

This means that on a profound level, each of our souls has chosen to be here. Our soul chose the option to come into the world, to face the spiritual and indeed material battles involved, because it was confident it would come out on top. The battle is “optional” because this is the option we chose. We chose to be here, and on every front, we are going to win.4

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Un clip du Hamas devient tube de l’été en Israël

A clip of Hamas becomes a summer hit in Israel (GOOGLE translation)

http://malaassot.over-blog.com/2014/08/un-clip-du-hamas-devient-tube-de-l-ete-en-israel.html
un clip du Hamas qui visait à terroriser l’Etat hébreu a été parodié à plusieurs reprises par les Israéliens, jusqu’à devenir un véritable tube de l’été
Ces Israéliens l’ont bien compris: l’humour est certainement l’arme la plus redoutable
contre la terreur. Un clip du Hamas devient tube de l’été en Israël
Au début de l’opération Bordure protectrice qui a débuté mi-juillet, la branche armée du
Hamas avait mis en ligne un clip illustrant des paroles explicites et chantées en hébreu.
Intitulée Nous allons faire trembler la sécurité d’Israël, la chanson visait à terroriser
l’Etat hébreu et ses habitants.

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Hamas clip for scaring Israelis: ‘Attack! Carry out terror strikes!’l, Part 2 Section on the right side:Popular Jewish humour Videos

Avinu Avinu (Our Father)

06.08.2014
Cantor Yudi Cohen and the Sydenham-Highlands North Shul Choir sing Avinu Avinu (Our Father) at the Israel Solidarity Peace Rally. 3 August 2014. Johannesburg, South Africa. Over 12 500 people from across the spectrum attended the rally in support of the state of Israel. The rally was organised by the South African Zionist Federation (SAZF) in collaboration with its many partners.

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Uzi Hitman Noledet Leshalom, Part 2 Section on the right side:Uzi Hitman Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,BBC: Former British Army Colonel Richard Kemp Discusses IDF Gaza Ops and more, Part 2 Section on the right side : Arutz Sheva TV, the Israel Defense Forces, Jews On Television Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Nostalgia of the Day, Les Variations – Superman Superman – 1975, Part 2 Section on the right side : Popular Isaac Bitton Videos,Jewish Rock & Metal , Jewish rock Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Yeshiva Darchei Torah Choir – Shalom Aleichem, Part 2 Section on the right side : TheJewishSongs, Chabad Media, Breslev Media Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, An Open Letter to Critics of Israel, Part 2 Aish Video channel Great Videos Selection

 

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24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe  of the Day, Roasted Chicken with Farfel, Mushroom and Cracker Stuffing, Part 2 Kosher Scoop Video Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day, In Memory; Listen Benjamin Netanyahu, Part 2 OFRA HAZA Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Event of the Day , Thousands Rally In Times Square For Israel, Part 2 News Jewish Community New York channel Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Music of the Day , Classical music,Erwin Schulhoff : Piano concerto no. 1 op. 11, mvt.1 Michal Tal- Piano, Part 2 Erwin Schulhoff Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day ,Terror in school, Part 2 The official YouTube channel of the IDF

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24Jewish Video Jewish Music-Simcha of the Day, Concert Mordechai Ben David – Maaminim , Part 2 Popular Mordechai Ben David Videos. Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Royal Black African Convert Becomes Orthodox Rabbi , Part 2 Kiruv Media Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Rambam Health Retreat in Malibu California , Part 2 Moshe Rafael Seror Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Music of the Day,Night Ark in Jerusalem – Picture , Part 2 Pyoutim + music judéo-andalouse Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, HaTaverna – Shlomi Nissan , Part 2 Greek Music,Greek songs Great Videos Selection

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24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, Dub-Step Violin Dance at Jewish Orthodox Wedding in Jerusalem, Part 2 Jewish Prayer Songs Great Videos Selection

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day,Rav Shlomo Carlebach z.l. – 17th of Tammuz Love & Hate – Story Of The holy Tailor You Never Know,, Part 2 Popular Shlomo Carlebach Videos Great Videos Selection

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Israel You’re Not Alone – Official Music Video
18.08.2014

 

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Mordechai Ben David – Torah Hakedosha

16.12.2013
Mordechai Ben David Sings “Torah Hakedosha” Composed by Rav Hillel Palei At a Sanz Klausenburg Yeshiva Fundraising Malveh Malka On Motzei Shabbos November 9 2013 In Boro Park, Naftuli Moshe Schnitzler On the Keys

Amazing Hasidic dance

Eitan Katz – Elul Nigun

simcha GREAT!! videos selection

Hachnosas Sefer Torah In Pupa – Elul 5772

16.09.2012
Hachnosas Sefer Torah In Pupa – Elul 5772
Dancing on the streets in Williamsburg followed by the Pupa Rebbe dancing with the sefer Torah.

Modzitz Rebbe Visiting Ashdod – Elul 5772

20.08.2012
Modzitz Rebbe Visiting Ashdod – Elul 5772
http://www.rebbeclips.com/search/labe…

Carlebach Rosh Chodesh Elul Tzfat 5770_1/2

Carlebach Rosh Chodesh Elul Tzfat 5770_2/2

24Jewish Video Clip of the Day,Avrumy Holczler singing Eishes Chayil (new) at his own wedding!! , Part 2 Section on the right side:Popular Eitan Katz Videos

לך אלי – מאיר בנאי חודש אלול

Nachamu Nachamu Ami

10.08.2014
This is a new song from the upcoming album “Fixing the World” by Yisroel Juskowitz. It interweaves sadness together with hope and consolation.

http://www.yisroelworld.com

Popular Nachamu Ami & Neshama Carlebach videos

שירי אלול

Special Diwan Saz Concert

Simchas Bais Kossov-Serdahel-Wosner

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Yeshiva Darchei Torah Choir – Shalom Aleichem

02.01.2014
Music video of Benny Friedman’s Shalom Aleichem, performed by the Yeshiva Darechi Torah Boys Choir. (5th Grade) Directed by Rabbi Yisroel Kleinman, The video was produced by Skyline Music & Kol Rom Media. The song was originally produced by Avi Newmark, arranged by Ian Freitor, and composed by Ari Goldwag.

Cantors Selection

Chabad Nigunim Songs – Yaakov Shwekey in Brazil – November 2010, Kislev 5771

Benny Friedman & Shira Choir With Sympinny Band | בני פרידמן שירה וסימפני חתונה

14.06.2014
Benny Friedman & Shira Choir With Sympinny Band

הכל תחת קורת גג אחד ובביצוע נשיר ומושלם בני פרידמן יקיר הקהל ומקהלת שירה המכובדת בלווי של תזמורת סימפני החדשה הקפיצו קהל אמריקאי משך שעות ללא הרף בחתונה חסידית במיטב הלחנים והלהיטים . המעגלים והריקודים נמשכו זמן רב שמחת חתן כלה בכל הפירושים וההסברים

Nigun Lev ניגון לב By Beri Weber

06.07.2014
Brand new song by Beri Weber The single is titled “Niggun Lev” from his upcoming album that will be released by the end of the summer 2014 the song was composed with the spirit of the holy city of Tzfas and boasts an energetic vibe that is sure to warm and invigorate hearts all over.

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Music-Simcha of the Day, Concert Mordechai Ben David – Maaminim , Part 2 Popular Mordechai Ben David Videos. Great Videos Selection

 

The Rebbe: Ani Maamin…

01.07.2014
From an upcoming Living Torah, Never before seen footage of this Farbrengen 24 Tammuz 5736 – 1976, the Rebbe singing Ani Maamin…

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Popular Chabad Niggunim & Nigun videos

A medley of Simcha and weddings songs

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Eitan Katz – Elul Nigun

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Latest Shiurim Videos Multilanguages Link

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Eloul: comment arriver à des changements dans nos vies? – 613TV

Le mois d’Elloul : Action Reflexion par le rav Dov Roth-Lumbroso

16.11.2011
Copyright chiourim.com
Cours video par le Rav Dov Roth-Lumbroso

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Elul Is Coming – A Strong Musar Talk Hebrew

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הרב לוגסי – חודש אלול ימים נוראים

חודש אלול הרב יוסף בן פורת חובה לצפות!!!

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Elul – A Month to Prepare

04.09.2008
From Living Torah (Volume 53, Episode 209)
http://www.livingtorah.org

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Rabbi Nasan Maimon Torah Learning Channel Rosh Chodesh ELUL

The Significance of the Hebrew Month Elul

From Camp to Elul: The Rebbe Addresses His Young Chassidim

King in the field – The Month of Elul

‘Soul of the Month’ with Rabbi DovBer Pinson–‘Elul 5770’ (August-September)

Shaul Youdkevitch – The Month of “Elul” – Virgo, Zohar study

30.08.2011
http://www.livekabbalah.org/index.php…
Introduction to The Zohar Study for the Month of Elul – Virgo. with Shaul Youdkevitch.
In order to download full length lessons on Live Kabbalah site go to: http://www.livekabbalah.org/index.php…

Rav Mike Feuer,  Elul Zman

Breslov Shiur – Elul and Ikar of Tshuvah – Rabbi Yonatan Hakimian

09.08.2013
We all would like to grow spiritually, reach hights, mamish the highest light. Rebbe Nachman shows how. Lets use this Elul properly. You can help us spread the word of the Tzaddik by making a donation via paypal to yon613@gmail.com. Please message me if you want it dedicated for someone.

Breslov Shiur – Elul – The Wisdom of running and returning – Rabbi Hakimian

14.08.2013
So we all wanna do Teshuva, Great! …Ok.. but no one told me how I maintain my state of teshuvah? what are the tools I need to keep going up the ladder? Rabbeinu Nachman meUman answers these questions in Likkutei MoHaran lesson 6. You can help us spread the word of the Tzaddik and support Torah by making a donation via PayPal to yon613@gmail.com. Please message me if you want it dedicated for someone (including yourself) or if you want any details about the shiur or myself. YasherKoyach! May we merit to see the geulah soon!

Likutei Torah Ani LeDodi 1 – Elul – Shiur by Yomin Postelnik

25.07.2014
Yomin Postelnik gives a shiur in Likutei Torah on the Maamar Ani LeDodi VDodi Li Roshei Taivos Elul with the Rebbe’s explanations. For bio info on the magid shiur visit http://www.yominpostelnik.info.

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Rav Reuven Leuchter (Jerusalem) – Der jüdische Monat Elul – Shiur

 

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Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Mussar Talk In Philadelphia

KLC MARSEILLE Daf Yomi

20.05.2014
Bienvenue sur la chaîne de KLC,
Etudiez en ligne la torah (paracha, halakha, daf hayomi,…), connaître les évènements de la communauté ou les revivre…

הרב יוסף בן פורת

Rabbi Zamir Cohen עולם התורה

30.01.2014
Rabbi zamir cohen Women In Judaismעולם התורה
45:00
Rabbi zamir cohen Why Kosherעולם התורה
9:30
Rabbi zamir cohen The Secret of the Jewish Brainעולם התורה
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19:00
Rabbi Zamir Cohen Cooking rulesעולם התורה
12:07
Rabbi Zamir Cohen A Nation is Bornעולם התורה
39:00
Seal of Truth Shocking Account of Near Death Experience English Subtitlesעולם התורה
1:08:27
Rabbi zamir cohen Jew And Gentile Wheretoעולם התורה
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…שיעור דף יומי הרב גלעד בניאל מסכת …. דף

Daf Yomi Talmud …. Yom Tov page … Gemarrah Festival Rabbi Moshe P. Weisblum דף יומי תלמוד גמרא ביצה ל”ו

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Rabbi Dovid Feinstein

Daf Yomi Kolel Happy Hour

Este é primeiro o canal de shiurim ao vivo em português no You Tube do mundo!

Por que “Happy Hour”?

Este projeto foi idealizado para que, logo após o trabalho, as pessoas possam estudar Torá de forma leve e agradável.

As aulas do Kolel Happy Hour são realizadas por David Leitman, na Sinagoga CCI (Rua Anita Garibaldi, 37A – Copacabana), de segunda a quinta, a partir das 19:15 (Shiur – Ao Vivo) de Guemará Kidushin, seguido de um lanche e pequenas aulas (também ao vivo, aqui no YouTube), de filosofia judaica e leis práticas (halachá). As aulas terminam em torno de 20:45.

Já as aulas de Daf Hayomi- Guemará Berachot – (gravadas), são realizadas por Michel Klein, de segunda a sexta, após shacharit,às 8:15 na Sinagoga Kehilat Moriah (Rua Pompeu Loureiro,48 – Copacabana).

Quando há algum feriado ou chag, não há aulas.

Por favor, não assista os vídeos em shabat e yom tov.

Abaixo você confere os links dos livros que nós estudamos. Bons estudos!

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SUKKAH Daf

27.01.2014

Daf Yomi Megillah Talmud Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי מגילה ‘ הרב משה ויסבלום

Daf Yomi Talmud Succah  Gemarrah Succot Rabbi Weisblum דף יומי תלמוד גמרא סוכה

 

24Jewish Video Jewish Torah Insights of the Day,Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi – Emotions – Truth And The Difference Between Believing And Knowing, Part 2 Rabbi Yossi Mizrachi on TorahAnyTime channel, Great Videos Selection

 

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Rosh HaShanah Simanim (Signs)

28.08.2012
It’s the month of Elul and we’re greating ready for Rosh HaShana at Villa Rimona.

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Restaurant casher chinois surprenant en Anvers

24.05.2013
Anvers possède l’une des plus grandes populations juives d’Europe, tant et si bien qu’elle est souvent désignée comme la Jérusalem du Nord. Il n’est donc pas surprenant de constater qu’Anvers dispose de restaurants casher. Mais il est surprenant d’y trouver un restaurant casher chinois

Eat In Good Health! – Kasha Varnishkes (100% gluten-free)

16.01.2012
Eat In Good Health!
A Cooking Show in Yiddish with English subtitles
with Rukhl Schaechter and Eve Jochnowitz
Kasha Varnishkes (100% gluten-free)

OMA & BELLA COOKBOOK VIDEO: RED BORSCHT

07.04.2013
GET THE COOKBOOK HERE: http://omabella.com/omabella-cookbook…

Best Potato Kugel Recipe – Quick & Kosher with Jamie Geller

10.01.2011
http://www.joyofkosher.com/recipe/pot… | Jamie Geller shows you how to make her recipe for Potato Kugel in individual cups. The best part about them is that every piece is a crusty corner piece, so nobody has to fight over that coveted crunch.

India’s Jewish Food

14.03.2013
Joan Nathan travels to India to look for Jewish food and discovers a rich cultural history in the process.

Jewish and Kosher Recipes: Avocado Sandwich

Kosher roast chicken smothered with mushrooms, onions and veggies

18.10.2012
Use just one pan to cook this meal. Just 45 minutes roasting a 2&1/2 lb. bird.

1 chicken 2 & 1/2 lb., 12 oz. onion, 7-8 oz. vine ripe tomato, 2 oz. celery,
3 oz. carrots, 3 oz. shitaki mushroom, 6 garlic cloves, 1/4 c. dry sherry, 1 T. dried or fresh thyme, 1/4 tsp. black pepper, 1 c. water, 2 T. flour 1/2 hr. high heat then 15 min. low.

Kosher Enchilada Recipe : Healthy Mexican Recipes & More

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Just A Jewish Mother’s Brisket

15.01.2013
Learn how easy it is to make a traditional Jewish brisket- The NP – “No Patchke”, No Fuss Way

Stir Fry Kosher Tilapia Fillets with Ginger – By Aviglatt.com

15.07.2010
This is a great recipe for the Nine Days (When Jewish People Traditionally Abstain from Eating Red Meat or Chicken) or any time of the year when something slightly spicy yet healthy is in order for you family. You can find the full recipe on our blog here: http://www.aviglatt.com/Blog/Blog.asp… and great Kosher Shopping Delivered Anywhere at: http://www.aviglatt.com/. Enjoy!

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24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day, Roasted Chicken with Farfel, Mushroom and Cracker Stuffing, Part 2 Kosher Scoop Video Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Recipes of the Day ,The Bubbe’s Gazpacho | Kosher Cooking, Part 2 Ashira Ungar channel Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish RECIPES of the Day , Kosher Kingdom: Cooking With The King – How to Make Chicken Stir-Fry , Part 2 Kosher Kingdom channel Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

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Roasted Potatoes

06.01.2014

Sarina Roffe

Everyday Kosher Cooking – Tropical Fruit Soup

15.10.2013
Everyday Kosher Cooking presents Chaia Frishman (of Fruit Platters & More) preparing a delicious dessert treat – Tropical Fruit Soup.

See us online at: http://www.EverydayKosherCooking.com

Jewish Moroccan Challah Bread and Seperating (hafrashat) Challah

23.03.2011
Step by step instruction how to make Jewish Moroccan Challah and how to preform the ancient tradition and positive commandment of seperating (hafrashat) challah

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipe of the Day,Mediterranean Lamb Koftas – Full Episode: All the Tricks & Tips, Part 2 Avi’s Kosher Kitchen Great Videos Selection

24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day,How to make Ultra Fabulous Batter – Fried Chicken, Part 2 Chef Levana Kirschenbaum channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

24Jewish Video Jewish Clip of the Day, How to Make Challah! The Most Delicious Spiritual Experience!, Part 2 Rivka Malka Perlman, Great Videos Selection

Popular Israeli cuisine & Couscous videos

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24Jewish Video Jewish Recipes of the Day The Simple Kitchen BY CHABAD, Part 2 MIMOUNA channel Great Videos Selection Please Ask the Rabbi about Kashrut

 

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COMMENT: Holy Lunch

Holy Lunch
Menachem Av 21, 5774 · August 17, 2014

 

Have you ever closed a deal, celebrated your marriage (or its anniversary), or simply spent time with a good friend—without eating something together? When you think of home, is it not in your taste buds that the most elemental memories reside? And what about the food itself—can you get any closer to something than by ingesting it into yourself and turning it into your own flesh, bone and blood?

Tell me what, how, where and with whom you eat, and I’ll tell you who and what you are.


Numerous explanations have been offered for the Torah’s kosher dietary laws. Some point out the health benefits. Others dwell on the unifying effect these laws have on a dispersed people, and their role as a shield against assimilation. Nachmanides, the great 13th-century sage and Kabbalist, explains that “the birds and many of the mammals forbidden by the Torah are predators, while the permitted animals are not; we are commanded not to eat those animals possessive of a cruel nature, so that we should not absorb these qualities into ourselves.”

But perhaps the most basic reason (insofar as a divine command can possess a “reason”) is that presented by the Torah itself in the closing verses of its chapter on the dietary laws:

To differentiate between the impure and the pure, between the animal that may be eaten and the animal that may not be eaten. (Leviticus 11:47)

“To differentiate,” lehavdil in the original Hebrew—this single word defines man’s uniqueness as a moral creature. Or, in the Torah’s terminology, a “holy” person.

As our sages point out in their commentary on this verse, the concept of lehavdilapplies only to two ostensibly similar things. Cows, too, differentiate, between a nutritious grass and a poisonous weed. But the kosher-observant shopper will differentiate between a piece of meat from an animal that was slaughtered by a certified shochet in accordance with the detailed laws of shechitah, and a piece of meat from an animal that was simply killed in an abattoir. No laboratory will discover any physical difference between the two. But the Jew accepts the first and rejects the second. And if he unwittingly brings the second into his kitchen, he will blowtorch the pan that cooked it and discard the china on which it was served.

Morality is the capacity to accept that there are things to be embraced and things to be rebuffed. Sometimes the desirability or undesirability of a thing is obvious; sometimes we can smell the difference, and sometimes we can understand it. But if that’s where it stops, we’re nothing more than cows avoiding the poison.

The point at which we begin to lead moral and holy lives is the point at which we say: “There is ‘Yes’ and there is ‘No’ in G‑d’s world. These are objective truths, established by the Creator of reality. Often I will find that the ‘Yes’ things give me pleasure, safeguard my health, preserve society, and fulfill me spiritually, while the ‘No’ things achieve the opposite. But this is not what makes them ‘Yes’ or ‘No.’ On the contrary: because a thing is morally positive, it will invariably occupy a positive place in my life; because a thing is morally negative, it will inevitably hurt me. But my need to affirm the ‘Yes’ and reject the ‘No’ stands above these considerations, which are the result, not the source, of the intrinsic difference.”

Of course, every time the Torah tells us to do something or not to do something, it is making this point. But nowhere is the imperative lehavdil as fundamental as when it dictates what we should eat and what we should not. Nowhere is it as intimately woven into our lives as when applied to the act of eating, by which the eater and the eaten literally become one flesh.

If you accept a yes/no line of demarcation across the diameter of your dinner plate, then—and only then—have you mastered the art of holiness.