Dedicate Torah Study

We are delighted to offer the opportunity to dedicate a class, whether in honor of a happy occasion such as a Bar Mitzvah or wedding, for a more somber reason such as a refuah (healing) or a yahrtzeit, or for any reason you find appropriate. Your dedication will appear at the top of the class as emailed to subscribers, and will remain on our website.

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Recent Articles

  • Feel the Mitzvah

    BS”D Volume 31, No. 25 26 Nissan 5777 April 22, 2017 Dedicated in gratitude to Hashem on Hamaayan’s 30th birthday and in memory of Moreinu Ha’Rav Gedaliah ben Zev Ha’kohen Anemer z”l This week’s Parashah describes the dedication of the Mishkan and the death of two of Aharon’s sons, Nadav and Avihu, on that occasion. […]

  • Visiting a Shiva House

    Once upon a time Rachel and Chaya stood at the door of their neighbour’s home. The two sisters had come to visit the Brickstein shiva house, and they were a little nervous before entering. Rachel said to her sister, “I feel a little weird visiting the Brickstein family while they’re sitting shiva for their grandmother. […]

  • Fools Rush in Where Angels Fear to Tread

    The sons of Aaron, Nadav and Avihu, each took his fire-pan, they put fire in the them and placed them. A fire came forth from before HASHEM an alien fire that He had not commanded them. A fire came forth from before HASHEM and consumed them, and they died before HASHEM. (Vayikra 10:1-2) You shall […]

  • Yisrael’s Got Talent!

    Moshe and Aharon would be walking, and Nadav and Avihu followed them. They would say to each other, “When will these two elders die, and we will lead the generation?” HKBH said to them, “Let us see who will bury whom.”[2] R. Yudan says they verbally spoke. R. Pinchas says they [merely] thought this.[3] How […]

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