B"H Tuesday, 6 Tishrey 5775 | September 30 2014
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 Some Things Mustn't Change 
Rabbi Yossi kahanov
Rabbi Yossi kahanov
Imagine what life would be like if we couldn't depend on the sun to rise in the morning?
    
 
 Shemos 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
All suffering (G-d forbid) has a benefit, even if we don't see it immediately.
    
 
 Vayechi 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Why did Jacob have to bless his sons? Doesn't G-d control blessings? How do blessings work?
    
 
 Vayigash 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
This week we read of the joyous and dramatic reunion of Josef with his family.
    
 
 Miketz 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
This week's section always coincides with the holiday of Chanukah.
    
 
 Vayeshev 
Why was hardship and imprisonment necessary in these three instances?
    
 
 Vayishlach 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Who cares what happened some four thousand years ago between two brothers in an isolated spot in the Middle East?
    
 
 Vayetzei 
After all, Jacob was only doing G-d's will establishing the Jewish people! Why so many troubles?
    
 
 Toldos 
Why does the Torah tell us this embarrassing story?
    
 
 The Thrill of Discovery 
Did you know that our patriarchs were devoted well diggers?
    
 
 Chayei Sarah 
This week we learn in great detail about the first matchmaker in the Torah; Abraham's faithful servant Eliezer
    
 
 Insights into Parshas Vayeira 
Painting of Abraham receiving the three angels
Painting of Abraham receiving the three angels | Photograph: Baruch Nachshon
Why does G-d appear to Abraham and does not appear to us?
    
 
 Parshas Veyeira 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Why is the Akaida at the foundation of the Jewish religion?What is it supposed to make us think?
    
 
 Lech Lecha Q&A 
And I will bless those who bless you and those who curse you, I will curse. (12:3)
    
 
 Parshas Lech Lecha 
Is this a way to start a religion?
    
 
 Parshat Noah 
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
Rabbi Tuvia Bolton
This weeks Parsha tells us of the most tragic example of Divine retribution. (Parshat Hashovua)
    

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