Monthly Archives: September 2015

Vayelech: Coming and going

“Moses went and spoke these things to all Israel.  He said to them:  I am now 120 years old, I can no longer be active (come and go)”  (Deut 31:1-2) There’s a period of time in our lives when we … Continue reading

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Nitzavim: This day

“You stand this day, all of you, before Adonai your God – your tribal heads, your elders and your officials, all the men of Israel, your children, your wives, even the stranger within your camp, from woodchopper to water drawer … Continue reading

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Ki Tavo: What makes the Land so special?

Why is this so hard to remember sometimes?  I mean, it says so, right there in the text, what our priorities should be:  When you get to the land, create a holy society.  Be good to each other.  Treat the … Continue reading

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