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A short video connecting the Parasha to the land of Israel.
  • The "Eyes" Have It
    An oft-asked question is why the first pasuk in our Sedra of Re'eh seems to have a grammatical mistake: The word Re'eh ("see") is singular, while the complimentary word lifneychem ("before you") is plural! It ought to read either, R'u lifnechem, or Re'eh l'fanecha! What gives?
  • Hunting for Meat
    Parshas Re’eih includes the commandment that instructs us how to prepare our meat for our table.
  • Defining Reality
    One of the gifts of great leaders, and one from which each of us can learn, is that they frame reality for the group. That is one of their most magisterial roles, and no one did it more powerfully than did Moses in the book of Deuteronomy.
  • Choices
    The Torah presents us with the most basic choice that we can make – the stark choice between eternal life and death itself. Surprisingly e are witness to the fact that many times human beings make choices that are anti-life.
  • Insights on Dealing with Societal Crisis
    The Coronavirus pandemic is certainly a health issue; it is important to avoid contracting or transmitting it, which are Torah obligations. But the period has been challenging for us in two other ways. The Financial crisis and the social crisis.
  • Does Corruption Taint Israel’s Holiness?
    An explanation of why the "logical" conclusion that one should avoid living in the Land of Israel when the state of religious observance there is not so logical after all.
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    Good Vision
    A shiur by Rabbi Dov Berl Wein for the weekly Torah reading of "Re'eh".
  • שיג ושיח
    The Good Society
    A Shiur by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks for the weekly Torah reading of "Re'eh"
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