Divrei 5782

Bereishit 5782

Bereishit 5782/2021   Last month, I visited my internist for a routine appointment. He is young, very bright, and attentive. When my then-doctor retired a year ago, I hired him

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Re’eh By Norman Green, August 27, 2022 Our Festival Calendar It is now Elul, and the Tishrei holidays are looming. So, of course, we’re going to look at the most

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Nitzavim By Joel Elkins, September 24, 2022 I don’t usually put much stock in serendipity, but sometimes the universe conspires to try to convince me otherwise. A while back I

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Ki Tavo

Ki Tavo By Rabbi Jim Rogozen, September 17, 2022 You see that little bracketed word in the Prayer for the State of Israel? שתהא ? I saw that word for

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Vaetchanan By Henry Morgen, August 13, 2022 Shabbat shalom. I’d like to remember my father-in-law, Hank Weiss, on the occasion of his yahrzeit that we observed a couple days ago.

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Shelach Lecha

Shelach Lecha By Harry Eskin, June 25, 2022 Shabbat shalom. This week’s parasha depicts a significant national calamity. When the time approaches for the Israelites to enter the land of

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Beha’lotkha,בהעלתך By Zwi Reznik, June 18, 2022, Sivan 19, 5782 As is often the case this weeks Parsha covers a number of different topics. These range from lighting arrangements, the levites

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Naso By Susan Laemmle June 11, 2022 After the death of our grandchild in November, among the expressions of comfort spoken was yehi shmah barucha: May Esther’s memory be a

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