Monthly Archives: September 2021

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By Rabbi Aharon Seleh: On Sukkot, there was a special mitzvah of drawing water and pouring it on the mizbe’ach. This was accompanied with an intense Simcha. So much so, that the Gemara says if one never experienced it, one never saw real Simcha in their life. Harav Yitzhak Yosef […]

Parshat Ha’azinu

By Rabbi David Shasho: The Chofetz Chaim in his work on the Chumash shares with us a novel approach to suffering. He bases his words on the following passage in this week’s parashah. The deeds of the Mighty One are perfect, for all His ways are just (Devarim 32:4). This […]


Yom Kippur

By Rabbi Shlomo Zargari: Shana Tova to all. At the end of our parasha HaShem shows Moshe Rabenu a very bleak picture of what we know as הסתר אסתיר, meaning a time when we have moved away from being connected to HaShem very much and he, in turn, so to […]


Rosh Hashana Thoughts

By Rabbi Yosef Shemtov: ​​Rosh Hashanah is the Day of Judgment. Anything that happened this past year with our health, parnasa, job, and the pandemic was written on Rosh Hashanah and sealed on Yom Kippur. And anything which will happen next year will be written and signed on these High […]