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Devarim

  • The portion Devarim begins with a discussion between Moses and the Israelites. Moses gathers all the Israelites and seems to be telling them all of...read more
  • The Midrash, in beginning the discussion of the portion Devarim, asks this question: The Torah was written in Hebrew, but are you allowed to write...read more
  • Michael reveals how in fighting our Desire to Receive for the Self Alone, we break down what the kabbalists refer to as the 955 gates. In doing this...read more
  • In the portion Devarim, Moses tells the Israelites the story of a journey. He says it takes eleven days to travel in a direct line from Horeb up to...read more
  • Michael discusses the importance of studying from the Ari and the Zohar to cleanse negativity we have created and are not even aware of. ...read more
  • There are certain Shabbats in the year that are given a special name. This Shabbat of the portion Devarim is one of them; it’s called Shabbat Chazon...read more
  • Michael shares a story about the Ohev Israel, the Apta Rebbe about how we can remove decrees of judgment and negativity that may be hanging over us....read more
  • Often in life, we try to decide whether something should or should not be done; whether something is the right move or the right decision. It is...read more
  • Michael reveals how we can change the "unchangeable" in our lives by entering into the "headquarters of negativity," especially during the time...read more
  • This week’s portion, the first in the book of Deuteronomy, begins “elehha devarim,” meaning “these are the words.” Moses is soon leaving this world,...read more
The Creator is only constantly in the state of Goodness, and never in the state of seeing what is wrong. Read more: https://t.co/NHD1PQ5a34
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