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  • The readings for parsha Massei (July 26, 2014) are:



    Torah: Numbers 33:1 to Numbers 36:13

    Haftarah: Jeremiah 2:4 – 28; Jeremiah 3:4

    Psalms: Psalms 106:19 to Psalms 106:49

    Apostolic Writings: Matthew 24:1 to Matthew 25:46



    R. Meir would say: Engage minimally in business, and occupy yourself with Torah. Be humble before every man. If you neglect the Torah, there will be many more causes for neglect before you; if you toil much in Torah, there is much reward to give to you. (Avot 4:12)
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    www.myjewishlearning.com I am always ready to bake up treats for an outdoor picnic celebration. And Lag B’omer, the 33rd day of ...
  • "The 17th of Tammuz is a fast day commemorating the fall of Jerusalem, prior to the destruction of the Holy Temple. This also marks the beginning of a 3-week national period of mourning, leading up to Tisha B'Av.

    The 17th of Tammuz is the first of four fast days mentioned in the prophets. The purpose of a fast day is to awaken our sense of loss over the destroyed Temple – and the subsequent Jewish journey into exile.

    Agonizing over these events is meant to help us conquer those spiritual deficiencies which brought about these tragic events. Through the process of "Teshuva" – self-introspection and a commitment to improve – we have the power to transform tragedy into joy. In fact, the Talmud says that after the future redemption of Israel and the rebuilding of the Temple, these fast days will be re-dedicated as days of rejoicing and festivity. For as the prophet Zechariah says: the 17th of Tammuz will become a day of "joy to the House of Judah, and gladness and cheerful feasts."
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    www.aish.com Beginning three weeks of mourning for the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
  • Did Elijah abandon his faith?
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    thejewniverse.com This weekend most congregations outside of Israel will read a very special haftarah: the story of Elijah asking God to take his life. Because of the intricacies
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