Shmot

Shmot 5777

Parashat Sh’mot: Names. Indeed Names!

Parashat Bo: Grant Me a Heavy Heart

Parashat Beshalach: One Journey, One Heritage, One Song

Parashat Yitro: Ready for a Relationship with God

Parashat Mishpatim: We Shall Do & We Shall Hear

Parashat Trumah: When a Grain of Sand Becomes the Divine Sanctuary

Parashat Tetzaveh: Reality's Wardrobe

Parashat Ki Tissah: Bezalel & Wisdom of the Heart

Parashat Vayakhel-Pikudei: It's Not Over 'Til the Rabbis Sing

 

Shmot 5778

Parashat Sh'mot: The Cry Will Be Heard

Parashat Va'era: For Those Who Don't Despair

Parashat Bo: When Our Memory Cards Are Useful (& When They Aren't)

Parashat Beshalach
Parashat Yitro: God's Touch Screen

Parashat Mishpatim: Avraham, Yitzchak & Yaakov Were Emigrants

Parashat Truma: Mazal Tov, My Son

Shabbat Zachor: We Are on the Amalekite Continuum (Tetzaveh)

Parashat Ki Tissa: The Experience of Giving

Shabbat Parah_ An Invitation for Purification (Vayakhel-Pekudey)

 

Shmot 5779

Parashat Sh'mot: "I Will Be With You"

Parashat Va’era: When Words Fail, Plagues Begin

Parashat Bo: “In Your Blood You Shall Live”

Parashat Beshalach: The Dynamics of Crossing the Red Sea

Parashat Yitro: All the People Saw the Sounds

Parashat Mishpatim:Those With Spines and Those With Shells

Parashat Trumah: A Divine Invitation for Flexible Thought

Parashat Tetzaveh: The Mitzvah of Love Upon Thy Heart

Parashat Ki Tissah: The Golden Calf and the 9th of April

Parashat Vayakhel: The Calm Before the Action

Parashat Pekudei: Paying Attention Is The Essence Of Torah

 

Shmot 5780

Parashat Sh'mot - Moshe did not stutter!

Parashat Va’era: Help Us Get Out of Egypt

Parashat Bo: Opening the Heavy Heart

Parashat BeShalach: How Do Paths Through the Sea Form

Parashat Yitro: The God of Simplicity and Joy

Parashat Mishpatim: Shun Evil and Do Good

Parashat T’rumah: Because the World Has a Heart

Parashat Tetzaveh: External Torah & Internal Torah

Parashat Ki Tissa: At This Time It Is Important to be Human

Parashat Vayakhel\Pekudei: Congregate! Come Near!

 

 

 

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