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The book of Leviticus is the very heart of the Torah, as it describes the intimate meeting of man and G-d in the courtyards and inner sanctums of the Holy Temple/Tabernacle. To meet and share the same “space” in creation with man was G-d’s intention from even before the very beginning. The establishment of the Tabernacle and the initiation of the Divine service is the completion and perfection of creation.

Vayikra (Leviticus1:1-5:26)
Parashat Vayikra is read on Shabbat:
Nisan 1, 5775/March 21, 2015

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Rabbi Richman introduces (Sefer Vayikra), the Book of Leviticus as “The Book of Calling” and discusses the ultimate challenge it issues: The call for each and every one of us to become a human being and rise to the full potential of what it means to be a man.

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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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Vayikra & the Divine Service: Becoming Human Again

What’s the connection between Israeli elections and the book of Leviticus? It’s about confronting ourselves and rising to our greatest potential.

PurimThis week’s edition of Temple Talk was recorded on Israeli Election Day, taking place just a few days before the arrival of the auspicious month of Nisan  which begins this coming Shabbat, Is a dramatic page in Jewish history about to be turned? At the same time, the people of Israel turn another page this week, as we begin to read the book of Vayikra  in our weekly Torah reading cycle. Is there a common theme that connects between all these events? Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman sure think so, and share their remarkable insights, as well as hopes and aspirations for Israel’s future, on this week’s edition of Temple Talk.

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Painstakingly detailed, the concluding two parashot of the book of Exodus, Vayakhel-Pekudei is the Torah’s testimony to G-d’s love for Israel and His desire to rest His presence here on earth. The obsessive attention to every aspect of the Tabernacle and the vessels, from G-d’s call to the generous of heart and the wise of heart to join together and build a Sanctuary, to the inventory of raw materials, the construction of the Tabernacle and the accounting for of every grain of gold and thread of purple, is G-d’s way of telling us today, just as you did it then in the desert, you can do it here and now in Jerusalem.

Vayakhel-Pekudei (Exodus 1 35:1-40:38)
Parashat Vayakhel-Pekudei is read on Shabbat:
Adar 23, 5775/March 15, 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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Parashat Para & the Restoration of Purity

Jerusalem Police: “Israeli Law Doesn’t Apply to Temple Mount;” No Intention of Enforcing Recent Court Ruling in Favor of Jewish Prayer

PurimThis week, the people of Israel will read the final two Torah portions of the book of Exodus, Vayahkel-Pekudei, and as Exodus draws to a close, congregants will recite aloud the traditional “Be Strong, Be Strong, and Let Us Be Strengthened” which marks the conclusion of each of the five books of Moshe. This Shabbat is also the third ‘special Sabbath’ that precedes Passover: Shabbat Para, the Sabbath of the Red Heifer, which is marked by the special Torah reading of Numbers 19. In this week’s edition of Temple Talk, Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman unravel the thread that connects these Torah portions with the Red Heifer and the events currently unfolding on the Temple Mount. It’s all about the will power and desire of the people of Israel to make G-d’s dream come true. There were no excuses when it came to building the tabernacle in the desert; what’s our excuse today? Indeed, don’t miss this week’s Temple Talk, which resounds with the message “Be strong, be strong, and let us be strengthened!”

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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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Netanyahu’s Speech, Purim & the Golden Calf

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PurimThis week, as the people of Israel celebrate Purim, Prime Minister Netanyahu addresses Congress on the Iranian threat. Is this a Purim story redux? On this week’s pre-Purim edition of Temple Talk, Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman discuss the Purim story and its connection to the Holy Temple and the challenges facing us today. PURIM SAMEACH!

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Masks, veils, disguises, cover ups, concealment and camouflage: These are words associated with the Purim festival which we celebrate this week. But masks and camouflage also teach a profound lesson of attachment and separation from G-d in this week’s Torah reading of Ki Tisa. From the Golden Calf mask of division to Moshe’s veil of inclusion we can learn the proper way to conduct ourselves and worship G-d.

Ki Tisa (Exodus 1 30:11-34:35)
Parashat Ki Tisa is read on Shabbat:
Adar 16, 5775/March 7, 2015

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