Parashat Noach 5783: The Great Flood

The great flood in Noah's time destroyed all life on earth. But how could G-d have created a world, and then regret having created it? Noah alone was found worthy of restarting the family of man. What was so special about Noah? 

The Torah portion of Noach ( Genesis  6 : 9 - 11 : 32 ) is read on Shabbat,  MarCheshvan 4, 5783 – October 29,  2022


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Parashat Nitzavim 5782: Rosh HaShana Message

On this last Sabbath of the outgoing year 5782, the Torah portion of Nitzavim is read. Rosh HaShana, the New Year is approaching -- it is the birthday of Adam, and the time of reckoning for all his descendants. It's no coincidence that the profound concepts expressed in this portion fully align with the deepest themes of Rosh HaShana. Parashat Nitzavim aids us in preparing for the awesome experience of Rosh HaShana by urging us to focus on acknowledging and internalizing G-d’s sovereignty, calling upon us to choose life and preparing the way for repentance and beginning the process of personal renewal. 

The Torah portion of Nitzavim  (Deuteronomy  29 : 9 - 30 : 20) is read on Shabbat,  Elul 28, 5782 – September 24,  2022 Rosh HaShana begins Sunday evening, September 25 through Tuesday, September 27, 2022


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