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Back In Bereishis

Back In Bereishis

18:7

Rashi teaches us three cows (“parim”) were prepared by Avraham Avinu.

He served each of his three guests one tongue.

But, this posuk says “ben bakar”, meaning one cow (see Rashi Bamidbar 28:19).

Purim. Parah. Pharaoh…

Past Parshas Parah Shiurim

Mesilas Yesharim 5773 Taharas Halev
OS Parah 5776
OS KaParah 5779
Sichos HaRan 115 Asifasan Taharasan 5780
Gur Aryeh 5774 Simanei Tahara

Torah Law

Torah Law

Requires we eat more than we drink.

Purim is reversal.

We drink more than we eat.

Eating includes learning nigleh.

Drinking includes davening and learning nistar.

Watch your diet this Purim.

Yeshivas Rashbi

Chatzos Kollels have become popular in recent years. Only the Zohar emphasizes the importance of this practice. It’s repeated there dozens of times.

 

With the haskama of Rav Moshe Shapiro zt”l I encourage people to learn this way themselves whenever possible.

 

When we can’t, next best is to sponsor someone who can. The ideal subject of learning after chatzos is Kabbala.

 

$1500 will sponsor a talmid chochom learning kabbala in Yeshivas Rashbi for a month.

Stealth Kollel

Twenty years ago a colleague in the Mir discovered a number of talmidei chachomim struggling financially who refused to receive tzedaka. He outsmarted them.

 

They were invited to join a Shabbos kollel paying them nicely for learning they were doing anyway wherever they want. Donors don’t know the recipients, and the recipients don’t even know they’re receiving tzedaka. This is the Stealth Kollel.

 

Stealthily supporting thirty world class talmidei chachomim learning in Yerushalayim. The most ideal form of tzedaka, as stipulated in Bava Basra 9a.

 

There are no expenses and no advertising. 100% tzedaka.

 

Sponsoring one avrech for a month is $1000. But donations of any size are warmly welcomed.