Tagged ‘Beha’alot’kha’

Parashat Beha’alotkha

June 9, 2017 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

by Rabbi Michael Pitkowsky This week’s parashah begins with a description of the installation and function of the menorah in the Tabernacle. “Speak to Aaron and say to him: When you set up the lamps, the seven lamps shall give … Continue reading »


Parashat Beha’alotkha

June 24, 2016 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

by Rabbi Michael Pitkowsky Near the end of this week’s parashah, in the midst of Aharon and Miriam’s attempt to undermine Moshe’s authority, the Torah tells us that “Now the man Moses was very humble, more so than anyone else on … Continue reading »


Parashat Beha’alotkha

June 3, 2015 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

The Seven Books of Moses Hazzan Marcia Lane There’s a very famous story from the Talmud regarding Rabbi Akiva. When Moses ascended into heaven, he saw God occupied in making little crowns for the letters of the Torah. Upon his inquiry … Continue reading »


Parashat BeHa’alotkha

May 23, 2013 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

“Dealing With The Enemies In Our Midst” By Rabbi Dorit Edut   As we open the Ark to remove our Torah scrolls every Shabbat, we recite these lines which come from this week’s parashah, Numbers 10:35: “When the Ark was … Continue reading »


Parashat Beha’alot’kha

June 7, 2012 | Filed in: Bamidbar, Divrei Torah

Someone gives you a gift and says, “Here, I was saving this for just the right moment.” That is what I love about discovering new insights in the Torah; it was there all along just waiting for the right moment … Continue reading »