4 Iyar 5781 / Friday, April 16, 2021 | Torah Reading: Tazria - Metzora
 
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Acharei Mot: A New Way of Serving  
  Acharei Mot: A New Way of Serving  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/16/2021, 15:27
At this time before the coming of the Moshiach," the Baal Shem Tov continued, "there is usually no need for self torment...  


Metzora: A Cold Mikvah  
  Metzora: A Cold Mikvah  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/10/2021, 20:59
It has been told that Rabbi Nachman of Horodenka (d. 1780) once said, "When I was a great Hasid I afflicted my soul and immersed in a mikvah every day".  


Tazria-Metzora: Naming at the Circumcision  
  Tazria-Metzora: Naming at the Circumcision  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/9/2021, 10:22
"Please do not ask me these questions,” responded the Baal Shem Tov, “for the time for me to be known in this world has not yet come...  


Shmini: A Kosher Animal  
  Shmini: A Kosher Animal  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/2/2021, 11:34
“Perhaps,” the Baal Shem Tov reasoned, “the problem is not a halachic one. Perhaps the shochet is in a spiritual “position” that he needs to be removed from?”  


Shmini: A Canopy of Fire  
  Shmini: A Canopy of Fire  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/2/2021, 11:33
But when she entered the hall, she saw them still dancing in a circle with flames of fire burning above their heads in the shape of a circular canopy…  


False Testimony  
  False Testimony  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 4/1/2021, 20:42
Reb Yisroel was shocked! He had never divorced his wife-how could she remarry? Read a fascinating story of how the Belzer Rebbe unraveled the fraud.  


Vayikra: The Humble Healer  
  Vayikra: The Humble Healer  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/13/2021, 19:26
The couple quickly turned around and rushed down the stairs yelling to each other, "let's get out of here before the Holy Rabbi actually thinks he healed her."  


Vayikra: Stealing From a Widow  
  Vayikra: Stealing From a Widow  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/13/2021, 19:25
Once, a widow had assumed the “arrendeh” for an inn that was managed by her late husband. She was a capable woman, and able to successfully manage the business...  


Vayakhel: Iyov  
  Vayakhel: Iyov's Penny  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:21
A line of people wound its way from the door of the holy Baal Shem Tov’s office. Many stood in line to seek advice and blessings from the holy tzaddik...  


Vayakhel: The Holiness of a Shabbat Gathering  
  Vayakhel: The Holiness of a Shabbat Gathering  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:20
After completing Havdalah (a brief service at the conclusion of Shabbat that separates Shabbat from the weekdays), two of the leading rabbis of the Brody community...  


Pekudei: A Heavenly Teacher  
  Pekudei: A Heavenly Teacher  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:20
I was born in the village of Okup in the year 5458. When I was five years old I was orphaned from my father and mother, of blessed memory. The community...  


Pekudei: The Redemption of Sparks  
  Pekudei: The Redemption of Sparks  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 3/6/2021, 19:18
In any case, the Baal Shem Tov arrived a few days before Shabbat. He immediately met with Rabbi Yaakov Yosef (whom he affectionately called Yossele) and they...  


Ki Tisa: The Holy Shabbat Beans  
  Ki Tisa: The Holy Shabbat Beans  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 2/28/2021, 12:02
His wife brought a platter of cooked beans and placed a spoonful on each of their plates. Then she spoke, "May it be God's Will that these beans have the taste...  


Tetzaveh: The Man Who Thought He Was God  
  Tetzaveh: The Man Who Thought He Was God  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 2/21/2021, 07:52
Later, when Lord Elokim, the master of the castle, returned, his servants ran to him and said, "Lord Elokim, a Rabbi has come to visit. He is waiting for you in the library."  


Tetzaveh: Eating for Atonement  
  Tetzaveh: Eating for Atonement  
By Rabbi Tzvi Meir Cohn
Update date: 2/19/2021, 10:42
The women rushed to prepare the meat broth while the men stood around the sick man’s bed saying Tehillim (Psalms). Almost everyone, except for the doctor, felt relieved because...  


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