Vayikra

  

Vayikra 5777

Parashat Vayikra: From the Depths I Called You

Parashat Tzav: Skin, Bones, and the Eternal Flame

Counting the Omer – Restraint and Joy: the Jewish Way

Parashat Shmini: The Way Our Hearts Beat

Parashat Tazria-Metzora: Happy 69th, Israel

Parashat Acharei Mot-Kedoshim: You're Not, You Simply Aren't

Parashat Emor: So Much To Be Grateful For

Parshiot Behar-Bechokotai: The Source of All Blessing

 

Vayikra 5778

Parashat Vayikra: A Guaranteed Reward!

Parashat Tzav: The Torah of Life

Pesach 5778: Afikoman: The Missing Piece That Our Life Depends On

Shvi’i Shel Pesach (The last  day of Pesach): Harmony of Paths in the Sea of the Infinite

Parashat Tazria-Metzora: The Courage to Be a Leper

Parashat Emor: Internet "Talkbacks”, Pornography, and Stoning

Parashat Behar: Between Freedom and Ownership

Parashat Behukotai: Bathing in a Pool of Blessing

 

Vayikra 5779

Parashat Vayikra: The God of the Mundane

Parashat Tzav: A Drama Awaits Us This Shabbat

Parashat Shmini: Space and Alien Fire

Parashat Tazria: Time to Take a Break

Parashat Metzora: Knowing You Are Pure

A Message for Pesach: Freedom? Yes, But Gently Please.

The 7th Day of Pesach: The Great Lie is Revealed But Also a New Truth

Parashat Kedoshim: Don’t Apply Lipstick to the Mirror

Parashat Emor: Our Essence, Which is Without Blemish

Parashat Behar: The Revolutionary Matrix of Mount Sinai

Parashat B’chukotai: The Letter Yod Spells Happiness

 

 Vayikra 5780

 Parashat Vayikara: We Are All “Dying” to Get Out of Isolation

Parashat Tzav: To Sing is Like Being the Jordan River

Parashat Shmini: distinguishing light from light

Parashat Tzria-Metzora: From the Depths I Call to You

Parashat Achrei Mot-Kedoshim: Holiness, Vitality, and Parents

Parashat Emor: May the Life Force Be with You

Parashat Behar-Bechukotai: Be Strong, Be Strong, Let Us Be Strengthened

 

 

 

 

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