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Out in the desert the nation of Israel is instructed to set up her encampments around all four sides of the Tabernacle. This is not merely to provide equal access for all the tribes to the Tabernacle, nor is it merely for the purpose of defending the Tabernacle from outside threats, as essential as each of these things are. The Tabernacle was stationed at the heart of the nation so that the entire nation and all its individuals would embody its principle of holiness and embrace the challenge of making holy our lives even when outside the courtyards of the Holy Temple.

Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)
Parashat Naso is read on Shabbat:
Sivan 12, 5775/May 30, 2015

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Torah Study: Reaffirming the Sinai Covenant

A Special Post-Shavuot Wrap-Up: Every Soul is a Letter in the Torah

appleIn a special post-Shavuot celebration of the reaffirmation of the Sinai covenant, this week’s compelling edition of Temple Talk offers rare and unique insights into the dynamics of Torah study, with a special emphasis on the personal connection, on the deepest soul level, that each and every person has with the Divine wisdom of the Torah, even before we were born. Join Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Chaim Richman for a discussion on what the purpose of Torah study really is… not information, not even inspiration… but transformation!

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G-d knows your name. He’s got your number. Torah is His to share with you. All its paths lead to Him. And all you’ve got to do is ask? No! All you’ve got to do is dedicate your every moment to living a life of Torah, and He will open each and every door. It’s your birthright. This is what we learn from parashat Bamidbar, the opening chapters of the book of Numbers, and this is the message of the holiday of Shavuot – coming up this week!

Bamidbar (Numbers 1:1-4:20)
Parashat Bamidbar is read on Shabbat:
Sivan 5, 5775/May 23, 2015

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Introducing the Book of Numbers

The First Fruits of Shavuot, the Holy Temple and the Land of Israel: It’s the Real Thing

appleNew Beginnings: This week Israel begins to read the fourth book of Torah, Bamidbar, the book of Numbers which tells the story of the generation of the desert… the generation that received the Torah at Mount Sinai. This week we have also begun the new month of Sivan, and in just a few days we will be observing the Festival of Shavuot. Shavuot is the culmination of our seven week counting of the Omer… the anniversary of the Sinai Revelation, the giving of the Torah, marked by the bringing of first fruits to the Holy Temple. This week’s passionate edition of Temple Talk focuses on Shavuot and the significance of our generation receiving the Torah anew. What will it take for us to make our acquisition of Torah real? What will it take for us to stem and cauterize the tide of anarchy on the holy Temple Mount? Join Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman as they connect the dots between the deteriorating situation on the Temple Mount, the Holy Temple, and Shavuot… and our own children, the generation that will truly receive the Torah at Sinai and rebuild the Holy Temple.

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Talking the talk is not enough. We need to walk the walk. This is meaning of parashat Bechukotai’s opening verse: “If you walk in My decrees.” If we are bold enough to take G-d up on His offer, we shall be blessed with all forms of prosperity, security and peace. But even more so, if we walk in G-d’s way, He will establish His abode within our midst, and He will walk among us.

Bechukotai (Leviticus 26:3-27:34)
Parashat Bechukotai is read on Shabbat:
Iyar 27, 5775/May 16, 2015

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Temple Talk is a weekly internet radio webcast with Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven of the Temple Institute.

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Reflections on the Meaning of Jerusalem Day

After 48 years of a united Jerusalem, it’s time for true Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount

appleWith joyous celebration and prayers of thanks and praise, Israel prepares to commemorate Jerusalem Day, marking the 48th anniversary of the liberation and unification of Jerusalem in the 1967 Six Day War. This week’s moving edition of Temple Talk finds our hosts in deep reflection on the true significance of Jerusalem, especially in the light of the current difficult reality on the beleaguered, holy Temple Mount… the very heart and essence of Jerusalem. This week’s Torah portion of Bechukotei, the final portion of the book of Leviticus, features the harsh admonitions. Join Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Chaim Richman as they examine the Torah’s awesome and inescapable message of personal and national responsibility which forms the basis of Israel’s covenant with G-d.

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Equality, justice, freedom for all: these noble themes are all rooted in the recognition that G-d created the world and to G-d the world belongs. The shemittah sabbatical cycles and the Jubilee ‘Sabbath of sabbatical years’ which are prerequisites for dwelling in the land of Israel, are declarations that the land itself belongs, not to us, but to G-d. As tenants and caretakers we are equal to one another. Our recognition of G-d’s exclusive ownership of the land of Israel is expressed in the Jubilee declaration of equality, justice, and freedom for all.

Behar (Leviticus 25:1-26:2)
Parashat Behar is read on Shabbat:
Iyar 20, 5775/May 7, 2015

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