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This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario - for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel
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Bilaam, the heathen prophet, thought to curse Israel by pointing out her shortcomings. Paradoxically, his attempt to smear Israel only served to highlight the love between G-d and His people, which is not diminished by her occasional transgressions.
In this week's Torah portion, the heathen prophet Bilaam is hired to curse the Jewish, but the in his mouth curses are turned into blessing.
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Little something on Parshat Balak - forgive the static nature of this one as it was done last minute...
The power of speech differentiates man from all of creation. And with the power of speech comes the power to bring good into the world and sanctify creation, or to bring evil into the world, and denigrate creation. Moshe used speech to achieve the former. Bilaam, the heathen prophet, used speech to achieve the latter. Balak (Numbers 22:2-25:9) Parashat Balak is read on Shabbat: Tammuz 12, 5769/July 4, 2009
Weekly YouParsha show read by Rabbi Herschel Finman ( YouParsha is produced and edited by Brad Richter at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts in Southfield, Michigan (248) 358-9000. YouParsha is made possible in part by a grant from the Paul & Leslie Magy Foundation. Torah, Parsha, Rabbi, Chasidic, Kaballa
The weekly Torah portion with Rabbi David Marcus - Balak. 07/11/08
A weekly insight into the Torah portion from the North Eastern Jewish Centre presented by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman.
Shira Smiles A good eyed people, according to the Torah in Parshat Balak, are the disciples of Avraham Avienu. A person can be involved in chesed all day but if they have an evil eye they will not benefit from this and the next world. If chesed comes out of selfishness then it is not true chesed. We must try to be like Avraham Aveinu and do chesed for others completely. For more Torah classes visit
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