17 Cheshvan 5782 / Saturday, October 23, 2021 | Torah Reading: Vayeira
 
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Chayei Sarah: Life Lessons  
  Chayei Sarah: Life Lessons  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 10/22/2021, 11:16
The greatest peace and connection we can attain is through finding and dwelling with our “other half.” In Hebrew, a soul mate is...  


Vayera: Lessons from the Beach  
  Vayera: Lessons from the Beach  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 10/16/2021, 20:31
The moment I surfaced, I took the most delicious breath of sweet, fresh air that I have ever had. In my whole life, the hardest battle...  


Lech Lecha: Who Wants Cake Anyway?  
  Lech Lecha: Who Wants Cake Anyway?  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 10/9/2021, 20:26
“Easy Street” doesn't exist in a Jewish neighborhood. … challenges and tests are not only normal, but necessary in leading a life of growth...  


Noach: Change the World  
  Noach: Change the World  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 10/1/2021, 10:27
Shakespeare wrote, “All the world is a stage, and the men and women merely players.” Had a rabbi edited his work, the line would read...  


Individuality  
  Individuality  
By Rabbi Jacob Rupp
Update date: 8/29/2021, 05:12
Individuality is a gift, not a liability. The more we can learn to accept it, the faster our shortcomings become opportunities and the darkness in our lives become light…  


Va  
  Va'etchanan: The Big Bucks  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 7/19/2021, 07:41
Everybody loves a good cause. Many people donate hard earned dollars to the causes that call to them. The amount that is offered...  


Matot-Masei: The Truth About Superman  
  Matot-Masei: The Truth About Superman  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 7/3/2021, 21:42
When “Superman Returns,” as he has in the summer blockbuster, he arrives in an era when heroism is dormant. Even more unusual...  


Pinchas: Tell It to the Hippies  
  Pinchas: Tell It to the Hippies  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 6/27/2021, 04:21
Peace. The word brings to mind the colorful shirts of the sixties and the colorful language of the anti-war protestors...  


Chukat: The Question No One Can Answer  
  Chukat: The Question No One Can Answer  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 6/11/2021, 14:43
Many of us search for deeper meaning in today's career obsessed, fast paced, superficial realities. We hope to drive our lives in a direction...  


Bamidbar: Learning to Receive  
  Bamidbar: Learning to Receive  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 5/8/2021, 20:48
I’ll never forget what my friend said the first time he learned Gemara: “I just got my Masters in bioengineering, but Yeshiva is far more...  


Behar-Bechukotai: Teaching the Children  
  Behar-Bechukotai: Teaching the Children  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 5/1/2021, 20:48
When I taught at an exclusive Hebrew school in Southern California, I asked my twelfth grade class from which country were we...  


Emor: Setting Our Standard  
  Emor: Setting Our Standard  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 4/24/2021, 21:32
Rather than setting our sights on mediocrity, we can dare to dream. The challenge is not reaching our destination; the challenge is to...  


Acharei Mot: Food Fit for a Prince  
  Acharei Mot: Food Fit for a Prince  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 4/17/2021, 21:54
In the same way that the son of a king is used to fine royal food and cannot stomach something repulsive, so too the land of Israel..  


Tazria-Metzora: Sticks and Stones  
  Tazria-Metzora: Sticks and Stones  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 4/10/2021, 21:04
'Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me'. If you believe that, I have a bridge to sell you...  


Shmini: The Sound of Silence  
  Shmini: The Sound of Silence  
By Jacob Rupp
Update date: 4/4/2021, 07:32
The lights twinkled off in the distant cold night as I stood under the “Emergency Room” sign. Ambulances would rumble up from time to time...  


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