Parshat Ki Tisa 5778: The Two Sides of Stubbornness

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parsha Ki Tisa is being sponsored Jonathan and Debbie Sassen in honor of their son Moshe Tuvia’s Bar Mitzvah. To the Sassen family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua.

Please forward to your relatives and friends and encourage them to sponsor a Parshat HaShevua. And please be in contact with me with any questions, or for further details. [...]  Click here to read more.

Purim 5778: Depending on the Super-Power vs Acting as a Jewish Nation?

Shalom Friends;

Our Purim vort is being co-sponsored by Shlomo and Shoshana Weis lilui nishas Yisrael ben Chaim z”l and Malcha bat Me’ir Moshe z’l and by Rabbi Yechiel and Tova Nussbaum dedicated for the entire Kehillah of Beis Tefillah -Yona Avraham. Both families live in Ramat Beit Shemsh. To the Weis and Nussbaum families, many thanks for your co-sponsorships and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.

Aleinu L’Shabeiyach: “Our Duty” — Mission Statement or Afterthought?

Aleinu L’Shabeiyach: “Our Duty” — Mission Statement or Afterthought?

by Moshe Burt

This Chabura is dedicated to my Dad, Me’ir ben Shabtai HaKohen, Of Blessed Memory upon his first Yarhtzeit, and to my Mother, Chaya bat Zalman HaKohen, Of Blessed Memory whose third Yarhtzeit is on Isru Chag Pesach.

I want to express Hakarat HaTov to Rabbi Yechiel Nussbaum for facilitating my gaining deeper understanding of Aleinu, Rabbi Ari Enkin, Rabbi Binyamin Jacobson for providing Rabbi Yechiel Nussbaum and I with R’Shimshon Pincus’ sefer on Tefillah; Nefesh Shimshon to learn, Rabbi Malinowitz, and to Jonathan Wachtel who turned me on to the sefer, “The Power of Aleinu” by Rabbi Asher Baruch Wegbreit of Yeshivat Birkat HaTorah.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Tetzaveh 5778: The Iron Crucible and Pure, Beaten Olive Oil

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parshat Tetzaveh is dedicated Lilui Nishmas for the first Yahrtziet of My Father: Me’ir ben Shabtai who was niftar on 9 Adar 5777.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua.

Please be in contact with me with any questions, or for further details.

Best Regards,

Moshe Burt
olehchadash@yahoo.com
skype: mark.burt3
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Parshat Terumah 5778: The “Crown of a Good Name” and Sanctification of Our National and Private Lives

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parsha Terumah is being sponsored anonymously in honor of all of the Chesed done by the Bornstein family . To the anonymous sponsor and family, blessings and many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua.

Please forward to your relatives and friends and encourage them to sponsor a Parshat HaShevua. And please be in contact with me with any questions, or for further details. [...]  Click here to read more.

Parshat Mishpatim 5778: Timely, Fair, Unbiased Hearing of Both Sides of Litigation to Gain Truth in Judicial Judgement

Shalom Friends;

This week, our Parshat HaShevua, Parsha Mishpatim is being sponsored by Baruch and Yaffa Swinkin and family of Ramat Beit Shemesh dedicated lilui nishmas for Baruch’s grandfather Micha’el ben Yaakov.. To the Swinkin family, many thanks for your sponsorship and for your continued kindnesses.

You can celebrate a Simcha — a birth, a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, a Chassuna or other Simcha event in your life, or commemorate a Yahrtzeit of a loved one, or for whatever other reason by sponsoring a Parshat HaShevua. [...]  Click here to read more.