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This was taken at my older brother's wedding, the 1st I ever officiated πŸ‘« Jacob is tricked into marrying Leah, but when he sees Rachel it's ❀ at 1st sight - "He loved Rachel more than Leah"
And yet, Jacob has most of his children with Leah and is buried with her. What do Rachel & Leah signify for our lives today?
There are 2 stages in any relationship: Rachel & Leah πŸ”₯πŸŽ†The Rachel part is that feeling of romance and intense passion at the start of a relationship that gets you in the door of commitment πŸ‘πŸ’› The Leah part is the real life that follows that short term spark (the part that movies end dramatically before showing)
True love is built slowly here through shared experiences, struggles and growth together πŸ‘ͺ A new, more settled type of love will result from this as life goes on 》 It may not be the same hollywood romance 🎬 But it can develop into a deeper love that is so much more real

Working on a Torah class curriculum. #torahstudy #yeshuaisallovertheoldtestament

Transmitting Torah to the next generation #Torahstudy #jewsoflongbeach #sufrinbros #jewish

RHA's grade 2 students visited the Chapel to see the Torah unraveled and had the chance to read the first few words from the book of Bereshit. #torahstudy #jewishtoronto #jewishdayschool #RHA #cais_schools

Check out the latest Sukkot podcast by Rabbi Meir Schweiger plus lots more on www.elmad.pardes.org #sukkot #torahstudy #podcasts #listennow

We’re starting our week off right with an engaging parent torah study with Rabbi Jordan Soffer. Join us on January 8th for our next Parsha for Parents class. Open to the whole community!

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5 Kislev - Rabbi Shmuel Eliezer Eidels (1555-1631). The Maharsha.

The Maharsha was born in KrakΓ³w, Poland. His mother Gitel was a cousin of R' Yehuda Loew, the Maharal of Prague. From early childhood, the Maharsha's remarkable talents were evident.

He married the daughter of Edel Lifschitz of Posen and R' Moshe Lifschitz, rabbi of Brisk. He then moved to Posen and he established a yeshiva there. For twenty years all the expenses of the yeshiva were assumed by his mother-in-law. In appreciation of her support he adopted her name (Edel's). After her death, he served as rabbi in communities of CheΕ‚m, Lublin and Ostroh.

The Maharsha wrote one of the most incisive and keenly analytical commentaries on the Talmud, Rashi and Tosofot. It was quickly accepted and was printed in almost all editions of the Talmud. He also wrote an extensive commentary on the aggadot of the Talmud which reflects his wide knowledge of philosophy and Kabbalah.

#rabbi #holy #tzadik #jewish #judaism #jewishhistory #history #yahrtzeit #jewishheritage #torah #torahstudy #poznan

5 Kislev - Rabbi Boruch Ber Leibowitz (1862-1939)

R' Boruch Ber was born in Slutsk and was known as a prodigy at a very young age. He was sent to learn in Volozhin yeshiva, where he quickly attached himself to his main teacher, R' Chaim Brisker, striving to completely adopt his unique Talmudic approach, which was the foundation of the popular Brisker method.

He then married the daughter of R' Abraham Yitzchak Zimmerman, whom he succeeded as Rabbi of Halusk. He also served as a pulpit Rabbi for other communities. In 1904 he was appointed head of the Kneseth Beis Yitzchak Yeshiva in Slabodka.

During World War I he had to leave Slabodka and relocated the yeshiva to Minsk and then to Kremenchug and Vilna. In 1926 he re-established the yeshiva in Kaminetz, where it continued to attract hundreds of students for the next 13 years. In 1939, shortly before his death, he fled with the yeshiva to a suburb of Vilna, hoping to escape from the Nazis and the communists. He is buried at the Zaretcha cemetery, Vilna. His grave was identified in 2012.

#rabbi #tzadik #holy #jewish #jewishhistory #history #yahrtzeit #jewishheritage #judaism #torah #torahstudy #torahscholar #yeshiva

3 stranded cord not easily broken. @shomer.man @chazziz.baz and myself. GYS #TorahStudy

Parshas Vayeitzai - 5778

Sometimes we forget about the little blessings in our lives.
We can learn from this weeks #parsha to appreciate and thank Hashem for the things we think are part of the norm and take for granted.

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#weeklytorahportion #dailyinspiration #inspire #blessings #grateful #rabbi #jewish #jewishinspiration #jewishwisdom #torah #torahstudy #shabat #kosher #jewish #chassidim #rabbiroyde #travelingchassidim

This was taken at my older brother's wedding, the 1st I ever officiated πŸ‘« Jacob is tricked into marrying Leah, but when he sees Rachel it's ❀ at 1st sight - "He loved Rachel more than Leah"
And yet, Jacob has most of his children with Leah and is buried with her. What do Rachel & Leah signify for our lives today?
There are 2 stages in any relationship: Rachel & Leah πŸ”₯πŸŽ†The Rachel part is that feeling of romance and intense passion at the start of a relationship that gets you in the door of commitment πŸ‘πŸ’› The Leah part is the real life that follows that short term spark (the part that movies end dramatically before showing)
True love is built slowly here through shared experiences, struggles and growth together πŸ‘ͺ A new, more settled type of love will result from this as life goes on 》 It may not be the same hollywood romance 🎬 But it can develop into a deeper love that is so much more real

Tonight for all young Jewish singles ages 18-35- Wednesday night one on one Torah learning for you at 8:30 pm. Climb the ladder of Torah to the sky!! Bh! Dinner will be served.
#kspace #youngjewish #youngjewishprofe #youngjewishprofessionals #torah #torahlearning #torahstudy

The True Meaning Of The Word #Christian is Christ-Like , meaning you are an imitator of Yeshuah HaMashiach. This must be reflected in the way we speak for the Word of God says in Luke 4:32 that "They were amazed at his teaching, because his words had authority" , you were empowered to dominate not to be subdued and even upon your own tongue God placed the power of life and death (Proverbs 18:21). Our Christ-Like Nature should also be reflected in the way we think, when we repent we have a mind renewal and we are empowered with the Mindset of Christ as written in 1 Corinthians 2:16 and we were told also in Philippians 4:8 to "Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise." This nature should also be reflected in the way we behave , to demonstrate that we are governed by the TORAH (meaning body of prophetic teachings, laws, direction, instruction, custom, manner) and led by the Spirit of God with the help of the Grace of God which appeared, to bring salvation to all and to train us to deny ungodliness and worldly desires and to live in a manner that is self-controlled and righteous and godly as written in Titus 2 vs 11-12.
For the Word of God says in 1 John 2:6 "Those who say they live in God should live their lives as Jesus did"

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