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TMOT Podcast: Tzav

It is interesting to ask what will 2011 be remembered for. In today’s society it is easy to find negative events which we can unite around, but what about finding times of joy and celebration to come together as a community. The installation of the Priesthood can offer us important lessons about joining together as … Continue reading

Two Minutes of Torah: Tzav – All Together Now

There are many events for which 2011 will be remembered. For some it will be the killing of Osama Bin Laden, for others it will be the fall of dictatorships in Egypt and Libya, and in England it may be remembered as the year when Wills wed Kate. The royal wedding was one of the … Continue reading

Across the Pond – Jewish Music Power

In our modern, internet based world a new phenomenon has developed with the viral Jewish YouTube video. Somehow these clips take hold, and before you know it you’re getting links to it via e-mail, through Facebook and on Twitter. We watch as the number of views ticks up as people across the Jewish world find … Continue reading

TMOT Podcast: Vayikra

Recognizing that sometimes being Jewish can feel expensive, what can we learn from the sacrificial system about making Judaism affordable for all. You can also subscribe to the podcast via iTunes. If you prefer to read Two Minutes of Torah for yourself, then you can click on the link to the right for “Two Minutes … Continue reading

Two Minutes of Torah: Vayikra – The Cost of being Jewish

Being Jewish can sometimes feel expensive. There are a whole array of costs which come with being an active member of the Jewish community. People pay to be members of synagogues, people pay for their children to go to Jewish camps, and people pay a whole variety of other costs connected to being an active … Continue reading