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Tuesday
Jan312017

TEN PLAGUE THERAPY

The Ten Plagues are divided in the Torah over two segments. Seven of them were described in last week’s parsha and the final three are in this week’s parsha.

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Tuesday
Jan122016

WHY IS THE KING A CRITICAL ASPECT OF THE MITZVA OF HAKHEL?

This Shabbos – Parshas Bo – is the Shabbos before Yud Shvat. While there are many special things that happened on Yud Shvat (histalkus of Rebbetzin Rivka, histalkus of the Frierdike Rebbe, and the Kabbalas HaNesius of the Rebbe), our main focus needs to be on our connection with the Nasi – the Rebbe Melech HaMoshiach – today in 5776.

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Tuesday
Jan122016

THE EXPLOSION

The eighth plague, the locusts, was arguably the most devastating plague of all, after the plague of the firstborn. When an agrarian society has its crops consumed by locusts, it faces mass starvation with deadly results. No other plague had the potential to wipe out as many people as this one.

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Wednesday
Feb252015

ABSORBING THE GREAT REVELATION OF MOSHIACH

We now clearly see that in addition to the fact that Jews are “hachein kulchem” for the redemption, standing ready to greet Moshiach, even the Gentiles stand “hachein kulchem,” ready for Jews to finally get out of exile and go to Eretz Yisroel, in the true and complete redemption.

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Wednesday
Feb182015

TRANSFORMING THE SERPENT

In the Egyptian exile there was no alternative other than to nullify or crush the opposition, which was accomplished by the Plagues against Egypt. In that case there was no choice, as it were, but to use severe force. But apart from that scenario, where possible, we strive to confront opposition specifically with pleasant and peaceful means. * From Chapter Seven of Rabbi Shloma Majeski’s Likkutei Mekoros (Underlined text is the compiler’s emphasis.)

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Thursday
Jan222015

THE SECRET TO EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

“Speech is simultaneously the poorest and richest of all of our faculties. On one hand, Malchus or speech is represented by the metaphor of the moon, which has no light of its own. It is utterly poor. Words on their own are just scratches on a piece of paper or mere sounds created by a mechanical movement of our vocal chords. But speech also is a medium that can carry the richest ideas and sentiments and transmit them to others. Speech, like the moon which reflects radiant sunlight, can reflect profound wisdom and powerful emotions.”

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Wednesday
Jan142015

SEVENTH GENERATION SENSITIVITY

The Ten Plagues have traditionally been understood as G-d’s way of punishing Pharaoh and the Egyptians for their enslavement of the Jews. However, if that was the only objective, then why did G-d have to stretch it out, plague after plague, until there were Ten Plagues in all? Why didn’t He just bring one devastating and convincing plague to punish the Egyptians and compel them to liberate the Jewish people?

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Monday
Dec302013

NO MORE BARKING

… why it was necessary for the miracle of the non-barking dogs to prove this point? Wouldn’t it have sufficed for the dogs simply not to attack the Jews? Furthermore, the mere fact that the Jewish people did not suffer any of the earlier plagues should have amply demonstrated that the Jews were worthy of being spared. Why the need for this unusual miracle of keeping the dogs silent?

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Friday
Nov012013

GREATER PERFECTION ACHIEVED IN OUR GENERATION, AS SOULS WITHIN BODIES

In our generation, not only is there no lack, G-d forbid, in the revelation on the part of the meoros ha’gedolim, but quite the contrary – there will be an even greater perfection in it. On account of the immediate arrival of Moshiach Tzidkeinu, the revelation of “ispriu kol nehorin” will be properly assimilated within us as souls within bodies. * Unlike what happened to the Rebbe Rayatz, in this generation there will be no histalkus.

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Wednesday
Jan162013

THE ESSENTIAL, REBELLIOUS JEW 

The rebellious Jew may also go so far as to deny his or her identity as a Jew. However, no matter how many times one may try to deny his or her essence it cannot change that essence. A Jew remains a Jew notwithstanding strident protests. Thus, every time someone denies his or her essential identity it constitutes a new violation.

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