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Bamidbar: Unity  
  Bamidbar: Unity  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 5/8/2021, 20:48
 
One of the most disconcerting problems facing the Jewish world today is lack of unity. Much too often, the different factions focus..  


Tazria-Metzora: Who Wants Life?  
  Tazria-Metzora: Who Wants Life?  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 4/10/2021, 21:03
 
The slanderer does not go to a doctor, because his physical symptoms were the result of a spiritual disease...  


Shmini: The Eternal Soul  
  Shmini: The Eternal Soul  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 4/4/2021, 07:30
 
If we have solid emunah in God, we realize that death is really the bridge to a better world. Our weeping over the loss of...  


Vayakhel Pekudei: The Heart Counts  
  Vayakhel Pekudei: The Heart Counts  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 3/13/2021, 19:32
 
An incident in the life of Rabbi Chaim of Volozhin provides a fascinating insight into this week's Parshah. When Rabbi Chaim founded the famous...  


Ki Tisa: The Golden Calf  
  Ki Tisa: The Golden Calf  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 2/28/2021, 12:04
 
One of the most disturbing incidents in the Torah is the sin of the Golden Calf. The generation that witnessed the Revelation of God’s...  


Tetzaveh: Seek the Truth  
  Tetzaveh: Seek the Truth  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 2/21/2021, 07:59
 
When I entered a baal teshuvah Yeshiva twenty-eight years ago my clarion cry was “Clarity or Death!”  


Shemot: What Does it Take to be a Leader?  
  Shemot: What Does it Take to be a Leader?  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 1/2/2021, 18:38
 
What does it take to be a leader? CEO's might earn millions of dollars, but it doesn't mean that they are true leaders...  


Toldot: Be the Master of Your Character  
  Toldot: Be the Master of Your Character  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 11/14/2020, 18:26
 
Esav, however, was a man of the field, a survivor. He certainly knew how to handle himself in the wilderness. Can we believe...  


Chayei Sarah: Creating Our Own Selves  
  Chayei Sarah: Creating Our Own Selves  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 11/7/2020, 19:01
 
Avraham demonstrated God’s attribute of chessed – loving kindness – to the world. He devoted himself to acts of chessed...  


Noach: Peace and Unity  
  Noach: Peace and Unity  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 10/19/2020, 08:11
 
It seems ludicrous that people who had first-hand evidence of the Flood could convince themselves that they could bypass God’s control..  


Bereishit: Let Us Make Man  
  Bereishit: Let Us Make Man  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 9/24/2021, 08:54
 
God modeled the essence of humility by demonstrating that self worth does not depend on what others think of you.  


Zot HaBracha: Make His Will Your Own  
  Zot HaBracha: Make His Will Your Own  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 10/7/2020, 08:54
 
We must do what is right in Hashem’s eyes, and not what is right in our eyes. The Torah must be our guide, not the path that seems proper to us.  


Find Yourself - Lech Lecha  
  Find Yourself - Lech Lecha  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
God commanded Avraham to find himself, “go to yourself.” He had to remake his entire being, and become truly independent...  


Three Special Guests - Vayeira  
  Three Special Guests - Vayeira  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 10/21/2018, 11:58
 
…our purpose in this world is to connect to God and the greatest level of connecting to God is not to be with Him, but to be like Him!  


Vayeitzei: Jacob  
  Vayeitzei: Jacob's Ladder  
 
By Rabbi David Schallheim
Update date: 11/20/2020, 09:36
 
Driving past the Jerusalem botanical gardens, you'll notice an impressive sculpture of Yaakov's (Jacob’s) ladder...  


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