This week features:
I Remember the Time You Told Me, ‘Love is Touching Souls’
Parashat Ki Teitzei: The Betrothed Woman in the Field Cries Out ‘Save Me!’
Rabbi Chaim Richman & Yitzchak Reuven take a not-at-all wistful look at Ramadan Woodstock and the week-after refuse on the Temple Mount. What is the difference between the longing of ahava – love – and the yearning of devekut – clinging? How is it that after two thousand years of exile we can say with complete sincerity that when it come to us Jews and the Temple Mount: We’ve never been apart! Yes, ma’am, they can thrash it and trash it, but the Mount remains a part of us – and that they cannot take away!