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Archive for ‍‍ Menahem Av / Elul 5772 - August 2012

Biblical Faith – with Shmuel “Sam” Peak

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Rabbi Bachya states: Judge me favorable for any mistakes and errors you might find, or for any deficiencies in the book’s content and language, as I wrote it swiftly, without pause, for fear that death might overtake me and keep me from fulfilling the hopes I had for it. Bear in mind, also, that human nature is too weak to achieve perfection, as the verse says: “Human beings are mere breath, mortal men but an illusion; put them all on a scale, together they weigh less than a breath” (Tehillim 62:10). I have already admitted to my limited ability, hoping this may atone for any mistakes or errors in the work.

In memory of Attais family. Rachel survived.

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Forty years of schooling in the hard scrabble school of the wilderness, all for the purpose of teaching Israel that our success and our sustenance, our physical well-being as well as our peace of mind, are not the fruit of our own labors alone, but can only be achieved by attaching ourselves completely to G-d, and performing His commandments in the land.

Eikev (Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25)

Parashat Eikev is read on Shabbat:
Av 23, 5772/August 11, 2012

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Biblical Faith – with Shmuel “Sam” Peak

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Every man has an enemy within him, unless he has help from G-d, an ever-present, corrective guide for his soul, and self-mastery to bind it with the bridle of service, control it with the reins of virtue, and strike it with the rod of discipline; so that, when the performance of some good act occurs to him, he will not delay, and if his heart entices him to do otherwise, he will berate it and overcome it.
I seek the help of the One true G-d; in Him do I trust. I ask that, in His mercy, He show me the straight path which pleases Him and finds favor in His eyes, in word and deed, in the inward life and outward action.

Dedicated to Tre’ and Jennifer John

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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:

The Eyes of G-d are Upon the Land of Israel, All Year Round

The Divine Guarantee of Living in the Land of Israel: Do Not Fear Them!

Heel My Words
More than half way through now with the month of Menachem Av, the consoling father, and on our way towards the High Holidays along the road paved by the Seven Weeks of Consolation, this week’s edition of Temple Talk finds Yitzchak Reuven and Rabbi Richman reflecting on the Torah of the now, as the voice of Moshe Rabbeinu, Moses our teacher, reaches out to our generation with the love of the Land of Israel and the responsibility of upholding our covenant with G-d. Remember, it’s not a history book – it’s the story of our unfolding lives! Will we be the ones to finally get it straight? Warning: this episode of TT contains strongly worded, no-nonsense talk about the Land of Israel. It is highly recommended that children do not leave the room during this broadcast!

What’s the secret, eternal dimension of Shema Yisrael  that Rabbi Richman experienced in Hebron? Go get the kids and listen to this edition of Temple Talk together with them, for an uplifting experience that spans the generations and unites fathers and sons!

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Prophetic Torah – with Rabbi Avraham Sutton
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The Return of Prophecy

Take a moment to be be all alone and disassociated from the world – and at one with G-d’s oneness.

Dedication: Dedicated to Karen Spitz. Happy Birthday!

Rabbi Sutton makes reference in his teaching to the following pdf file: Rabbi Nachman of Breslov

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The Torah reading of Va’etchanan  is always read in close proximity to the unique holiday of Tu B’Av  – the 15th of Av, and it’s no wonder – both Va’etchanan  and Tu B’Av  speak of love: G-d’s love for Israel, our love for G-d ,our love for one another, and our love for eretz Yisrael  – the land of Israel. Love makes it all possible.

Va’etchanan (Deuteronomy 3:23-7:11)

Parashat Va’etchanan is read on Shabbat:
Av 16, 5772/August 4, 2012

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