How to Find God: Nitzavim

How To Find God: Nitzavim Nitzavim: Deuteronomy 29:9-30:20 The three letters, tzadi, vav, vav, form the root of the word Mitzvah, usually translated as “commandment.” Yet the Hebrew, or the Aramaic in this case, has much more granularity than a one-word translation...

The Unexamined Life: Shoftim

The Unexamined Life: Shoftim Shoftim: Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9   In the middle of this week’s Torah portion is one of the pithiest yet most powerful verses: “Tamim tih’yeh im YHVH Eloheicha – Be whole with the Eternal One your God.” [Deut. 18:13] We have noted...

Not On Bread Alone: Eikev

Not on Bread Alone: Eikev Eikev: Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25 A few verses into the weekly Parashah bring us to one of the most famous saying in Torah, tucked in the middle of one extraordinary verse: God let you live in want and hunger, and then He fed you manna, which...

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