Our eyes, our point of view, our leaders in believing. A Holocaust survivor's choice of faith, story of Rabbi Akiva and the foxes, the different meanings of the words for seeing in Hebrew, using Shabbat as the time to gain perspective.
When a person chooses a field of work such as business, medicine, carpentry, or any other profession, he finds a way to reveal to all that the Torah is part of his life. Magnifying God's honor in this way halts divine retribution and brings long life.
On Purim, the faith in God's omnipotence and the Torah's divinity were revealed. On Chanukah, the faith in personal Divine Providence was revealed: God delivered the many into the hands of the few. We, too, must strive to see God's providence in all.
Why does the mitzvah of brit milah appear in the middle of the parasha of the yoledet? Why does the yoledet bring a sin-offering? The answer to these questions sheds light on the concepts of tumah and taharah
Why are the days between Pesach and Shavuot called sefirat haomer instead of sefirah l’kabbalat haTorah? Why is the mitzvah of the omer accorded the special status of a brit? The answer to these questions reveal the true message behind the korban haomer;