1. Labor = Torah? (Bechukosai)

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    from Rabbi Shafier Added 22 0 0

    Everyone wants to grow. It's a natural human drive. The problem is that we often find ourselves stuck. Even when we fully understand the gravity of our actions, even when we can truly appreciate the greatness of our potential, it is difficult to change. Yet the Torah expects us to change, to grow, to become better people. The question is: how? How do I get the strength and motivation to push myself from where I am to where I would like to be? Chazal teach us that the key to personal growth is Torah study - not just Torah study, but toiling in Torah. The process of learning Torah in depth and with exertion is the greatest firepower to empower a person to grow. Listen to a very good FREE Shmuz for re-energizing our personal Torah Study: http://bit.ly/Shmuz103 To help support The Shmuz: http://bit.ly/SupportShmuz

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    • Parsha Behar 05/08/2014

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      from Chabad SOLA Added

      Rabbi Avraham Zajac, Chabad of South La Cienega, Los Angeles, CA on the weekly parsha with Chassidic insights.

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      • (Animated) 3 Minute Parenting Through the Parsha, Rabbi Y Freundlich, LET IT GO, Behar

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        from Yechezkel Freundlich Added 249 0 0

        Just because we know our children's past, we don't have permission to keep them in it. Let them move on! 3 Minute Parenting based on the Parsha with Rabbi Yechezkel Freundlich

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        • Parsha Emor 05/01/2014

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          Rabbi Avraham Zajac, Chabad of South La Cienega, Los Angeles, CA on the weekly parsha with Chassidic insights.

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          • Parshas Emor Typography

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            from Benny Goldman Added 142 0 0

            Kinetic typography. I synced all the words to "Parshas Emor" by the Two Minute Rabbi - Baruch Epstien - an exerpt from his weekly Torah insights. I sourced the audio from Chabad.org. Some of the fonts were from 1001fonts.com and some of the graphics were sourced from openclipart.org. For some of the background textures I sourced them from morguefiles.com

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            • Parsha Metzora 04/03/2014

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              Rabbi Avraham Zajac, Chabad of South La Cienega, Los Angeles, CA on the weekly parsha with Chassidic insights.

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