In this week's parsha, the Jewish people contributed their wealth for the building of the mishkan, a temporary temple in the desert.
In this week's parsha, we read about the mishkan, the sanctuary that the Jews built in the desert.
The concept of laws, as we know it, is corrupted. We frequently apply laws as is convenient: "What can I get out of it?" we ask.
A gift of an Angel’s trumpet leads contemplation of Tu B'Shvat, the New Year of the Trees, as the author plants the cutting.
Let us not look at what could have been, but rather forward at what must be.
There is no way of preaching love; if we are genuinely there for our children, they will learn how to care for others.
In this week's Torah portion, we learn about how the Jewish people were instructed to sacrifice a lamb.
It's no secret that the Jewish community loves to build awe-inspiring synagogues to worship in.
In capitalist America, just about everything is up for sale, so we think the same of mitzvot. But morals cannot be bought and sold.
As we go through life, we get so caught up in the rat race that we forget that there is something above it all.