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The hope of this site is to be educational and inspirational. I see the Torah as an instruction manual given to us by a benevolent Father in heaven to help us navigate our lives, with stories and examples for us to learn from.
BIBLE = Book of Instruction By which to Live on Earth
FROG = Forever Rely On G-d
Frogs only jump forward not backward. So too must we continue to move forward in our quest for spirituality and contentment.

Wednesday September 13, 2017


Kedoshim 3

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1 week ago
Chp. 19 verses 9 - 14: Leaving produce from your field and vineyard for the poor. Not to steal, deal falsely, or lie. Not to swear falsely or profane G-d's name. Not to oppress your neighbor or withhold a workers wages. Not to curse a deaf person and not to place a stumbling block before a blind man, you should fear the L-rd your G-d.

My Thoughts 83 2018

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1 week ago
2018- is it the year of the Messiah?

Wednesday September 6, 2017


Kedoshim 2

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2 weeks ago
Chp. 19 verses 4 - 8: Not to serve or make idols. That one should have the proper thoughts when bringing a sacrifice to Hashem. The peace offering, that is eaten for two days and one night, anything left over must be burnt on the third day. Anyone who eats from a sacrifice beyond its designated time, his soul will be cut off from his people.

My Thoughts 82

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2 weeks ago
Affection, and how it plays such an important place in our lives. Not to be afraid of be loving to all those around us, especially our children.

Parashas Vezot Hab'rachah (2004 - 2007)


Vezot Hab'rachah 1a

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5 years ago
Chp. 33 verse 1 - 17: Introduction, before his death Moshe gives his blessings to the nation and to each tribe individually, just like Yaakov before his death. Begins with Ruevain, then Yehudah, Levi, Binyamin, and Yosef.

Vezot Hab'rachah 1b

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5 years ago
Chp. 33 verse 17 - Chp. 34 verse 12: Continues with Yosef, Zevulun, Yissachar, Gad, Dan, Naphtali, and Asher. Chp. 34, After he concluded his blessings he ascended Mount Nevo and Hashem showed him all the land that the tribes would inherit. Moshe died in the plains of Moav by the mouth of G-d. There he was buried and no one knows his burial site. The nation mourned for him for thirty days. The they turned to their new leader Yehoshua who would guide them in their conquest of the Land of Canaan under Hashem's supervision. The Torah concludes with the words that " There has not risen a prophet like Moshe, whom the L-rd knew face to face...."


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