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Unless otherwise noted, "This week's Parsha" comprises articles taken from contributors to the Chabad.org website.  We show the original author's name here, so that proper attribution is given.  For the sake of brevity, footnotes cited in the original author's writings are omitted from this website.  If you need to see the citations, please refer to the original articles on the Chabad.org website.

Four Reasons Why You Should Gossip PDF Print E-mail
Written by Levi Avtzon   
Monday, 31 March 2014 00:00
Reason #1:

The media and tabloids have taught us that it is our patriotic duty, enshrined in the "freedom of speech" clause of our Constitution, to shine a bright light on our neighbor's dirty laundry. No, there is no such thing as privacy; your life is my life, and your mistake is my appetizer. Of course, I must know why she got divorced from her third marriage, plus all the details on the custodial war between them regarding the two-year-old psycho in the middle.

In short: We spend most of our day learning from the media. And they are awesome teachers.
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Spiritual Birth PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tali Loewenthal   
Monday, 24 March 2014 00:00

Every detail in our human world has a parallel on a spiritual plane. The key relationship among human beings is the joining of man and woman in marriage. With Divine help, marriage leads to the birth of children, boys and girls.

In various sections of the Bible the image of marriage is used to describe the relationship of the Jewish people with G-d. Most famous among these is King Solomon's Song of Songs. The beautiful woman in the Song of Songs is the Jewish people, who has a complex relationship with G-d: sometimes far away from Him, sometimes drawing close. The Prophet Isaiah also uses similar imagery.

Our parshah opens with a passage about a woman giving birth to a child: "When a woman gives seed and bears a son." This passage is usually explained in straightforward literal terms. If it is a boy, the child must be circumcised, and whether a boy or a girl, the mother brings an offering to the Temple, usually two doves. She brings the offering after forty days if the child is a boy, and after eighty days if it is a baby girl. These doves were the most popular offerings brought to the Temple in Jerusalem.

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The Torah Student's Fins and Scales PDF Print E-mail
Written by Rabbi Moshe Bogomilsky   
Monday, 17 March 2014 00:00

"This you may eat from everything that is in the water, everything that has fins and scales... those you may eat" (Leviticus 11:9).

The Talmud (Niddah 51b) says that a fish that has scales also has fins and there is no need to examine for them. However, there are fish that only have fins and they are unclean.

What is the lesson we can derive from the signs of the kosher and non-kosher fish?

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