A Jewish slave goes free after 6 years, unless he unwisely chooses to stay. If he does, his master bores a hole in his ear. Why, and what lesson can we learn?
I was recently a passenger on a small airline flying out of Stewart Airport, I think it was called, Skybus. On Skybus you have to pay for everything; the muffins were $2 each, coffee was $1.50 etc. After the crew had finished selling the muffins the stewardess was cleaning up somewhere in the back of…
Rabbi Mordechai Becher speaks about connection between the “First fruits,” cheeseburgers and gratitude. You can sponsor Rabbi Becher’s VLog this week or any week. Contact Gateways for details.
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G-d tells Moses that the Jews have built a golden calf. But Moses waits to see it for himself before he breaks the Tablets. Why? Tune in for a novel explanation. View this video directly on VIMEO
The Israelite women donate their copper mirrors for the building of the Tabernacle’s washing basin. But Moses won’t accept the donation until G-d intervenes. What exactly is going on? View this video directly on VIMEO
Harry recalls a memorable conversation with a client. But it’s not as memorable as a conversation between G-d and Moses that took place behind the scenes of this week’s Torah portion. View this video directly on VIMEO