The Shmuz on the Parsha
What if there was a Parsha series that…
was interesting, intriguing, insightful, and helped you focus on real priorities?
What if it were written in a clear, straightforward manner that was profound, yet easily understood?
What if the message resonated so deeply that you could say it over to your children, yet Torah scholars would find it meaningful?
Now there is!
Let’s face it, finding something in each week’s Parsha that’s meaningful and significant isn’t that simple. Most of us barely have time to go through the Parsha, but then to delve into things, and find something that impacts our life isn’t easy. And even if we do find something noteworthy, to then explain it to the people at our Shabbos table, is a whole other story. The Shmuz on the Parsha, fills this gap.
- Pesach – The Season of Emunah
- Pesach: Kindliness is G-dliness
- Rosh Hashana: Diamond With a Flaw
- Parshas Vaera- Kindliness is G-dliness
- Parshas Bo: I’m Never Wrong
- Parshas Beshalach: The Merit of Trusting Hashem
- Parshas Yisro: The Astonishing Potential of Man
- Learning Torah, That Was Easy
- Parshas Terumah: Hishtadlus for a Dvar Mitzvah
- Parshas Zochor: Seize the Moment
- Parshas Ki Sisa- The Merit of Others
- Parshas Vayakhel: Laziness or Lack of Motivation?
- Vayikrah: Things I Do and Things I Don’t Do
- Parshas Tzav: HASHEM and Man: Master and Servant
- Parshas Shemini: A Leopard Can’t Change its Spots, But a Man Can…
- Parshas Metzorah: Loshon Harah- Stopping the Mindless Chatter
- Rebuke – The Malpractice of a Mitzvah
- Sefiras Ha’Omer- Why We Count, What We Count
- If You Will Labor in Torah Study
- Choose Your Friends Wisely
- I Never Do Anything Wrong
- Why We Hate the Jews
- The Power of the Spoken Word
- Earning a Living Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult
- Parshas Chukas: The Extent of Reward
- Through the Eyes of History
- The Voice Inside
- Two Elements to a Sin
- The Middah of Rachamim
- Limiting Beliefs
- Life: The School of Growth
- If I Were a Rich Man
- The Greatness of Man
- Using Visualizations