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Question, Challenge, Pray

“You don’t learn by having faith. You learn by questioning, by challenging, by re-examining everything you’ve ever believed. And yet, all this is a matter

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Flaunt not

“You have enough. Circle the mountain and turn to the north” (Deuteronomy 2:3). Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Luntschitz, in his commentary Kli Yakar, spins this verse

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Converts

Said Reish Lakish: Converts are more beloved to G‑d than the Jews who stood at Mt Sinai. The reason is that those who stood at

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Being heard

“…Whatever will be too difficult for you, bring it before me and I will hear it” (Deut. 1:17) Rabbi Dr. Abraham Twerski, a renowned psychiatrist,

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Priorities

“The tribes of Reuven and Gad approached Moses and said: We will build enclosures for our flocks here and cities for our children. We will

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Awesome!

“….the whole world is filled with His Glory.” (Isaiah 6:3) The Hebrew here, m’lo kol ha’aretz k’vodo, can also be understood in the following way:

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The question

The question is not whether God heard our prayer but whether we’ve heard it. Did it impact and change us? Do we feel closer to

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Question, Challenge, Pray

“You don’t learn by having faith. You learn by questioning, by challenging, by re-examining everything you’ve ever believed. And yet, all this is a matter

Flaunt not

“You have enough. Circle the mountain and turn to the north” (Deuteronomy 2:3). Rabbi Shlomo Ephraim Luntschitz, in his commentary Kli Yakar, spins this verse

Converts

Said Reish Lakish: Converts are more beloved to G‑d than the Jews who stood at Mt Sinai. The reason is that those who stood at

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