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Weekly Torah Portion: The Deadly Threat of Narcissism

It is amazing how much damage narcissism can cause. World War II was an incredibly devastating war, and that is even before talking about the Holocaust. The carnage was beyond description. The destruction to property, some of which was already centuries old if not more,…

Not Just Another Scenario 2

Rabbi Pinchas Winston, Torah scholar, teacher and author of Survival Guide for the End Of Days among dozens of other books, many with End of Days themes, took a departure from his usual writing style to compose Not Just Another Scenario 2. In Not Just…

Ask Rabbi Tully Bryks: Who is the Messiah?

Question: From Joanne, Hemel Hempstead, England “All the way through the Old Testament, the Jews are awaiting  the arrival of a Messiah. Then Jesus arrives, performs miracles, etc. and many Jews follow him. Why did the rabbis not accept Jesus as the one that they…

Weekly Torah Portion: Pinchas and Your Inner Hero

Pinchas was a hero. Previously he had been a virtual nobody, but when the situation warranted it he became a somebody. The rewards for doing so were tremendous, including becoming Eliyahu HaNavi, the prophet who will eventually herald the Final Redemption, may it happen soon,…

Weekly Torah Teaching: Bilaam the Donkey

One of the questions that has to be asked about Bilaam is, “What was he thinking?” From the beginning he knew he was playing with fire and continued to do so anyhow. He spoke to God firsthand. God told him the direction from the start…

How it Might Play Out, Part II

  Sirens screamed everywhere. They were not the air raid sirens around Israel, but those too would start soon. These ones told pilots of the multi-nation force to man their planes and take for the skies. This occurred on land and at sea. Someone high-up made the call.…

How it Might Play Out

Very little is ever what it seems to be on the outside. Sometimes that’s a good thing, sometimes a bad one. That’s why there is a mitzvah to judge a person to the side of merit: what we see is rarely the whole story, or…