Parshas Matos

VOLUME 56 NUMBER 8 July 23rd, 2011 21 Tammuz, 5771 This week’s edition of Sparks of Torah is dedicated by Mark Brooks and Terry Samuels in memory of Mark Levy’s

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Parshas Chukas

VOLUME 56 NUMBER 5 July 2nd, 2011 30 Sivan, 5771 The Cow Parsha By Rabbi Raphael Leban Parshas Chukas bears the distinct honor of being Gary Larson’s favorite parsha. It’s

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Come On, Get Happy

Religious Jews have the highest wellbeing rating of any of the faith groups examined in this Gallup Poll research analysis.

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Cholent in the News

Cholent Emerges as “Hottest” Kosher Food. Read all about it and download Rabbi Leban’s famous cholent recipe.

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Parshas Vayakhel

VOLUME 54 NUMBER 10 February 26th, 2011 22 Adar 1, 5771 Them’s Buildin’ Words By Rabbi Raphael Leban In Parshas Vayakhel, the Jewish people build the Tabernacle and its components,

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Parshas Ki Sisa

VOLUME 54 NUMBER 9 February 19th, 2011 15 Adar 1, 5771 Currency of Kedusha By Rabbi Raphael Leban I’ve often felt envious of Israelis. It must be nice to pray

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Parshas Teruma

VOLUME 54 NUMBER 7 February 5th, 2011 1 Adar 1, 5771 The Templemobile By Rabbi Raphael Leban I find it strange that when the guard at airport security asks what

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Parshas Yisro

VOLUME 54 NUMBER 5 January 22nd, 2011 17 Shevat, 5771 The Transmission By Rabbi Raphael Leban These days, the most important section in the bookstore is the self-help section. Who

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Parshas Beshalach

VOLUME 54 NUMBER 4 January 15th, 2011 10 Shevat, 5771 In the Pits of Chanukah By Rabbi Raphael Leban I heard another great Jewish-mother joke from my brother last week.

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Parshas Vayeishev

VOLUME 53 NUMBER 8 November 27th, 2010 20 Kislev, 5771 In the Pits of Chanukah By Rabbi Raphael Leban I heard another great Jewish-mother joke from my brother last week.

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