Why is this mitzvah repeated in consecutive Torah portions?
How to build a sukkah with a special focus on first-timers.
'The hidden things are for God, but the revealed things are for us and for our children forever.' What does Moses mean?
The mitzvah of returning lost objects is not always easy and not always quick.
Properly eulogizing the dead is a sobering, but important mitzvah.
The mitzvah of charity goes on the Eternal ledger and stands as a merit for us in this world and in the next.
As King David said, 'God’s Torah is perfect…it refreshes the soul.' (Psalms 19:7). No need to add, no grounds to subtract.
Doing God's will requires devoting not only our minds and hearts to our Creator, but also allocating our resources to fulfilling His commandments.
The Torah commands us to always remember six specific experiences.
There is one investment with rewards that extend far beyond a person's lifespan.
This is how we should approach all daily routines, especially Torah observance. Pretend you are experiencing it for the first time, as if you were at Mount Sinai.
We live in both the material and the physical world. But we can also use the physical world to achieve certain levels of holiness.
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