Yitro Parsha Haftarah
- Everything About Enosh
- Enosh (not to be confused with Enoch) was born in the year 235 from creation (3526 BCE).1 His father's name was Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve. He was given the name Enosh, which means “person” or “people,” because it was around that time that ...
- To Thank Before We Think
- Jews have especial reason to fear envy. It surely played a part in the existence of anti-semitism throughout the centuries.
- Juxtaposing Yitro And Amalek
- In last week's Torah portion we were told, "Va-yavo Amalek": Amalek came upon the Israelites [Exodus 17:8]. Think of it. Mere weeks after their miraculous liberation from Egypt and release from centuries of slavery and abuse, the ragtag, exhausted and ...
- What the Slavery Laws Teach Us
- Of all the laws in the Parshah—and there are many—why begin with the “regressive” topic of slavery? Is this the first and most important law the Jews have to hear? I know many rabbis who have secretly confessed to wishing this law was sandwiched ...
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