Weekly torah and prophets reading - Root Source

Weekly Torah and Prophets Reading

Ha’azinu: Rabbi Gedalia Meyer’s Weekly Torah Study Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to...

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Who likes to admit that they did something wrong? Most of us have a very difficult time of this all year. Certainly it takes a lot of humility to be able to approach a friend, a spouse, a co- worker and ask for...

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NEW VIDEO: A Song of ThanksPlease take 3:30 seconds to enjoy and share the song.Perhaps we can truly change the world, just by saying Thank You Sorry if it sounds presumptuous, however I recently heard that numerous representatives of Israeli Knesset and Aliyah...

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This week’s portion of Haazinu Deuteronomy 32:1-32:52, contains the song mentioned in last week’s portion, which God told Moses to teach the Children of Israel so they would always understand the consequences of their actions. It ends with Moses preparing to die before...

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NEW VIDEO: https://youtu.be/0u_-1hICSeM I would like to start my personal request for “selichah,” forgiveness by saying to Hashem, “I am so sorry if I got in the way. I thought I knew well enough and didn’t need the guidance and help. I promise...

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What: It is the birthday of the universe, the day G‑d created Adam and Eve, and it’s celebrated as the head of the Jewish year. When: The first two days of the Jewish new year, Tishrei 1 and 2, beginning at sundown on...

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RELEASE OF NEW VIDEOA Song of Thanks Please take 3:30 seconds to  enjoy and share the song and it’s  timely important message with your friends “and it will be (a great “simchah”) when you come to The Land” (D’vraim 26.1). That it is!...

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Our popular Root Source teacher Rabbi Gedalia Meyer has begun giving a short weekly teaching on the Weekly Portion for the Temple Institute. We are grateful to our friends at the Temple Institute who have allowed us to provide Rabbi Meyer’s teachings here too. If...

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