Tuesday 26 March 2019

Tehillim Psalm 42

This tehillim is for a refuah shelema for Michoel ben Fruma Leah We start the second book of Tehillim with an interesting expression. “Lamnatzeach...

Ask The Rabbi – ETHICS IN BUSINESS

ETHICS IN BUSINESS Q. How can some people be unethical in business even though they keep kosher homes? A. I honestly don’t know. What you...

Tehillim – Psalm 54

This week’s Psalm is the last in the section for day nine. When a person is unfortunately betrayed by loved ones and pursued by...

Chief Rabbi’s Dvar Torah : Parshat Tzav

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f4sfGjen3_4 In his D’var Torah this week, the Chief Rabbi explains why this will be a great Shabbat… The Shabbat before Pesach is called Shabbat HaGadol,...

Tehillim Psalm 12

This week’s Tehillim is in memory of Rochel Leah bat Avrahom Eliezer In life, very often we will be let down by our fellow humans....

Israel and the Parsha – Vayeshev

Esav's Malls Parshat Vayeishev launches the conclusion of Sefer Brieishit- the saga of Ya’akov, his family, and the internal strife which gashes any attempt at family unity. Having arrived in...

Chief Rabbi’s Dvar Torah : Parshat Tazria Metzora

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bK6NE8tlQ2w In his D’var Torah this week, the Chief Rabbi discusses the meaning of “Yom Ha’atzmaut”. The term Yom Ha’atzmaut is taken from the root ‘Etzem’,...

What started the conflict? – Ask the Rabbi on Chanukah

Rabbi Apple served for 32 years as the chief minister of the Great Synagogue, Sydney, Australia's oldest and most prestigious congregation. He was Australia's...

Torah reading: Mishpatim

LAWFUL & AWE-FUL In the remarkable array of laws in this parashah, the odd man out deals with the food we eat (Ex. 22:30). In this...

Chanukah

In this week’s D’var Torah, the Chief Rabbi teaches that we learn from the festival of Chanukah that dedication and education must go hand...

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