D’var Torah: Eytan Luria ’21 (Va’era)
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At the beginning of this week’s parsha, God tells Moses that God appeared to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and established…

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D’var Torah: Dr. Dalia Hochman (Shemot)
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Naming and Anonymity, Suffering and Redemption in Parashat Shemot (Exodus) What I love most about Jewish learning is that I…

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D’var Torah: Arnold Zar-Kessler (Vayeshev)
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Rabbi Elie Munk notes that the “Joseph story”, which beings in this week’s portion, parashat Va-ye-shev, “…is of incomparable pedagogical…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Dan Liben (Vayishlach)
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After twenty years, Jacob is coming home, and it is time to pay the piper. So much has changed for…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi William Hamilton (Vayetzei)
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Living a wider life Negative emotions have a ‘narrowing effect’ on our thinking.  Feelings of fear and anger put on…

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D’var Torah: Ilan Sherman-Kadish ‘ 20 (Chayeh Sarah)
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My parsha is Chayei Sarah. Here is a summary of the parsha so that you can get a sense of…

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D’var Torah: Rabbi Ron Fish (Vayera)
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Avraham and Sara had thoughtfully chosen the perfect spot to locate their tent.  Many local shepherds and farmers regularly passed…

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D’var Torah: David Preiss (Lech Lecha)
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Lech Lecha is our introduction to the relationship between Avraham – then Avram – and God. The parsha opens with…

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D’var Torah: Kerry Newman (Noach)
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This year, I imagine we can all relate to the story of Noach in an entirely new way. In the…

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D’var Torah: Mira Weglein (Bereshit)
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It was the start of a new unit in 6th grade science class [at the school I went to before…

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