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Archive for ‍‍ Sivan / Tamuz 5772 - June 2012

Israel’s desert experience, as described throughout the book of Numbers, is a reality created by G-d in which He tends to their every need, but at the same time teaches them how to take responsibility for themselves as individuals and also as a nation. When they shy away or shirk their responsibility, G-d rebukes them. In this manner they are being prepared to enter into the land of Israel where they will assume their role in bringing the entire world closer to G-d and His Torah.

Beha’alotcha (Numbers 8:1-12:16)

Parashat Beha’alotcha is read on Shabbat:
Sivan 19, 5772/June 9, 2012

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

This week features:

Wherefore Art Thou, O Generation of the Desert?

Everybody Has Their Role in Serving G-d, Not Only the Levites: Shake it up & Go!

LeviteHang on tight as Rabbi Chaim Richman and Yitzchak Reuven join the generation of the desert for a roller coaster ride of spiritual ups and down and emotional highs and lows. In the aftermath of the completion, dedication and inauguration of the Tabernacle, the individual children of Israel each need to find their own unique role and way of serving G-d. This makes for a sometimes rocky ride across the desert sands and many a frustrating moment for Moshe. What was true for the generation that left Egypt is no less true for today’s generation. We’ve all got a part to play in helping Israel to fulfill her destiny.

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Biblical Faith – with Shmuel “Sam” Peak

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The Maharal does not include “hoary age” as one of the qualities, and he explains the Baraita in the following order: Beauty, strength, wealth, wisdom, children, old age, and honor.
Are there only seven qualities that befit the righteous and no other?
The number seven is a symbol of completeness, just as Creation was completed in seven days. Each of the qualities listed here is representative of a type of quality and there are seven types altogether. All other good qualities are included in these seven types or are similar to them.

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