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R Yakov Frand Divrei Torah on the Parsha
Dvar torah on parsha
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RUUUUUUUNN! This word is usually associated with online deals that you don't want to miss. But if you think about it, this word is very much associated with Parshas Toldos. Rivka had two children inside of her, each one running in their own direction. In this week's episode of The Torah Sparks Podcast, we discuss an incredible Rashi in 25:22, and bring out a valuable lesson for our Divine service.
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Rabbi Yonah Sklare is the Resident Magid Shiur of
Congregation Shomrei Emunah of Baltimore, MD, and lectures at several
institutions of higher learning. His creative approach and dynamism have
attracted a wide following. Rabbi Sklare
is a close talmid of Rav Nachum Lansky and received both semicha and a PhD in
Talmudic Law from Ner Israel Rabbinical College. He can be reached via email at
One of the critical survival mechanisms of Klal Yisrael in golus had been
the ability to find comfort and security amidst perilous conditions. By clinging
to the powerful bedrock of Yiddishkeit we discover a font of spiritual resilience
and courage to face down our hostile adversities. This idea will emerge from a
creative read of the pasuk in our Parsha, ”ויפגע
במקום”, literally translated as, ‘’He encountered place.’’
Divrei Torah from R Tzvi Mordchai Feldheim, Rosh Mesivta of Kesser Torah of Baltimore