A Tidbit of Torah – Parshat Metsora and Shabbat Hagadol 5784

Posted on April 19, 2024

A Tidbit of Torah – Parshat Metzora and Shabbat Hagadol 5784 Every year the Haggadah enjoins us to internalize that, “B’chol dor vador chayav adam leer-ot et atz-mo k’ee-lu hu ya-tzah me-mitzrayim” – “In every generation, each person is obligated to see themselves as if they had participated in the Exodus from Egypt”. This powerful Continue Reading »

A Tidbit of Torah Sukkot 5784

Posted on October 2, 2023

Old business before new Torah. Several people have requested the story I told on Yom Kippur about the young boy who had not eaten breakfast, so I share it with you below along with the contact information for MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger. Is This the Fast I Have Chosen? A teacher in Minnesota Continue Reading »

A Tidbit of Torah Parshat Ha’azinu 5784

Posted on September 22, 2023

Moses came, together with Hosea son of Nun, and recited all the words of this poem in the hearing of the people.                    D’varim/Deuteronomy 32:44 A poem should be palpable and mute… Dumb… Silent… A poem should be wordless… A poem should be motionless in time… A Continue Reading »

Hinei Ma Tov

Posted on September 12, 2023

Our congregation has a deep history of philanthropic activity that has enabled us to do so much for our entire congregation.  You all answer the call in so many ways, and we are confident that we can continue to grow our robust culture of philanthropy at Rodef Sholom Temple. Click here to make a donation. Click Continue Reading »

Tidbits of Torah

Posted on July 6, 2018

Shabbat Parashat Pinchas Shabbat Mevarekhim HaChodesh  Profound and Perplexing Pieces in Siddur Lev Shalem       July 7, 2018 – 24 Tammuz 5778  Dear Friends,   Our recent heat wave and July 4th having come and gone are clear indications that summer is upon us!   I hope that you have had an opportunity to Continue Reading »

Tidbits of Torah

Posted on August 26, 2016

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