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In this week’s Torah portion we read the Ten Commandments. The Talmud (Berachos 12a) relates that the Rabbis once considered introducing the recital of the Ten Commandments as part of the Shema Liturgy, because, like the Shema, they are a basic declaration of the Jewish faith. Continue Reading »

After the splitting of the Sea of Reeds, Moses and the Jewish Nation sing a song of thanks to G-d. In this song they use the words, “This is my G-d and I will glorify Him”. What does it mean to glorify G-d?
Rashi explains- I will relate His splendor and praiseworthiness to the inhabitants of the world. Continue Reading »

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This week, the Torah portion describes one of the most incredible episodes in world history: the splitting of the Red Sea and the many miracles that took place there. Continue Reading »

> Parashas Bo
> The Jewish people are out! They are free – right? Wrong! They are under the dominion of the Almighty. What kind of freedom is that? Continue Reading »

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