Chanuka and Parashat Miketz: To See the World into Being

 Parashat Vayigash: Empty Promises for Infinite Happiness

 Parashat Vayechi: To Live and to be Blessed? Only in Egypt!


תשע"ח - 5778

Parashat Bereishit: Sitting Together as Brothers

Parashat Noah: Evil in Service of God’s Plan

Parashat Lech Lecha: What is Your Formative Mitzvah? What is the Movement of Your Life?

Parashat Vayera: When Reality is Created

Parashat Chayei Sarah: Love and Challenge

Parashat Toldot: A Unique Kind of Peace

Parashat Vayetzeh: I Shall Return!

Parashat Vayishlach: When Abundance Meets Essence

Parashat Vayeshev: The Power of Complete Surrender

Parashat Miketz: When Reality Invites You to Play

Parashat Vayigash: The Secret of Reconciliation

Parashat Vayechi: Sickness & Health, Yaakov, & Yoseph


5779 - תשע"ט

Parashat Bereishit: Last in Deed, First in Thought

Parashat Noah: And The Earth Was Given to Mankind

Parashat Lech Lecha: Where is life taking us?

Parashat Vayera: From Infertility to Fertility, From Thirst to Life, From Binding to Freedom

Parashat Chayei Sarah: Women, a Servant, and Continuity

Parashat Toldot: Our Two Blessings

Parashat Vayetze: The Movement That Brings Blessing

Parashat Vayishlach: El Shaddai - The Blessing of the Mothers of the Nation

Parashat Vayeshev: Yaakov's dream finally interpreted (Yoseph...) 

Parashat Miketz: Hello Darkness, My Old Friend

Parashat Vayigash: The Seeds of World Peace

Parashat Vayechi: One Span of Life, Two Dimensions of Existence


5780 - תש"ף

Parashat Bereishit: Fake News

Parashat Noah: To 120 and Beyond

Parashat Lech Lecha: “Live With Your Entire Being”

Parashat Vayera: Laugh Your Way to God

Parashat Toldot: Alright and Not Alright

Parashat Vayetzeh: Exile and the Wisdom of Evolution

Parashat Vayishlach: The Struggle for Life

Parashat Vayeshev: “Recognize It!”

Parashat Miketz & Chanuka: The Miraculous Essence

Parashat Vayigash: Joseph’s Secret 

Parashat Vayechi: Human Blindness



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