parshat Shlach Lecha

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no creditWhat was the Spy's Mistake?
Listen to Rabbi Gold's Shiur on the Spies sin and how come such special people sinned in this harsh sin?
  • The Blue Beyond
    The 'tzitzit' - the fringes that a Jew wears on a four-cornered garment give us a glimpse of infinity.
  • The Contemporary Mitzvah of Living In the Land
    In light of increasing instability around the world, including anti-Semitism, international inflation, eroding family values, and more, and in view of this week's Torah portion of Shlah that recounts the story of the Spies and their sinful negative report about the Land of Israel – we bring you the following article by the newly-appointed Chief Rabbi of Gush Etzion, the renowned Rav Yosef Tzvi Rimon.
  • Don't Just Go Out Scrambling
    Many professions depend on ratings – politicians, businessmen, artists, and even rabbis – their livelihood is dependent upon the love of the public, and therefore they collect and "gather" votes, likes, sympathy from the media and applause.
  • Assembling Reminders
    You are driving ever so slightly above the speed limit. You see a police car in your rear-view mirror. You slow down. That is precisely the psychology behind the mitzvah of tzitzit in this week’s parsha.
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    Assembling Reminders
    You are driving ever so slightly above the speed limit. You see a police car in your rear-view mirror. You slow down. That is precisely the psychology behind the mitzvah of tzitzit in this week’s parsha.
  • Testing G-D
    Each test in turn failed to achieve anything other than harming that generation and dooming it to destruction, never to enter the land of Israel.
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    Who is your tour guide?
    Who is your tour guide? That makes all the difference.in how you deal with the Giant problem.
  • “Their Shadow has been Removed”
    Yehoshua and Kalev tried to convince Bnei Yisrael to follow their advice and not the wicked spies. They said “Their Shadow has been Removed”. What did they mean by this?
  • Who is your tour guide?
    Who is your tour guide? That makes all the difference.in how you deal with the Giant problem.
  • How Not to Desecrate Shabbos
    The story of the mekosheish, the man caught gathering wood on Shabbos, in Parshas Shelach, contains a host of conflicting and unusual midrashim. The story also serves as a springboard for many halachic and hashkafic issues.
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