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Rabbi Baruch Lichtenstein - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario - for more on the Kollel go to http://thornhillkollel,com/
What's new in the world? What's new in your life? Moshe gathers all Israel together before him and reveals to them two things that never grow old and never get stale, but are always fresh and new, and spectacularly always in the moment, in a forever sort of way: the Holy Shabbat and the Tabernacle -- the Holy Temple - Keep it new -- that's G-d's plan!
This class is part of the program of Yeshiva University's, Torah MiTzion, Zichron DOV, Toronto, Beit Midrash - www,TorontoTorah,com.
The Shmuz Rabbi Ben Tzion Shafier - Notes that although Columbus Discovered America - G-d Invented it
The Balance between the Holy and the Mudane - Rabbi Eliezer Breitowitz is the Rosh Yeshiva of Darchei Torah in Toronto
Login to vote: Rabbi Mordy Weinberg Second part of an exciting examination of the Seder night - If you follow this series your Passover will rise to a new level - This Shiur is part of Kollel Ohr Yosef in Thornhill Ontario Sponsored in part by, for more on the Kollel go to
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Reuben Ebrahimoff explains the Haftarah for Parashat Vayakhel
The Holy Sabbath and the Holy Tabernacle: Revisiting the challenge to sanctify time and space the day after the first Yom Kippur, (Day of Atonement), as a means for making repentance and reattaching ourselves to G-d.Vayakhel (Exodus 35:1-38:20)Parashat Vayakhel is read on Shabbat:24 Adar 1, 5768/March 1, 2008
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