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1. Shir HaShirim-Pleasure to Love-Besht
June 11, 2012

The Baal Shem Tov taught: When you fall in love with an earthly pleasure, consider that the power of love was granted to you for the purpose of loving God, not for unworthy things. Then you will find it easy to serve God with the love awakened in your heart. We read, “How fair and how pleasant you are, O love, for delights (Song of Songs 7:7)!” Without the feeling of love, stimulated by pleasures, it is difficult to feel true love of God. (Midrash R'Besh Tov, page 8) Haggadah: Dayeinu: God satisfied our needs in the desert for forty years,” as distinct from the Manna, because ... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

2. Shir HaShirim-Finding Holiness
June 04, 2012

Rabbi Bunam taught: We can find God and achieve holiness only if we devote our leisure to holy studies and lead an exemplary life; not if we live indolently in our homes, or waste our time in the pursuit of mundane enjoyments. We read, “By night in bed I have sought Him, Whom my soul loves; I sought Him but I found Him not. I will rise now, and go about the city, in the streets and in the broad ways; I will seek Him, Whom my soul loves; I sought Him but I found Him not. Scarce had I passed from them, when I found Him, Whom my soul loves (Song of Songs 3:1–4).” As soon as a man puts... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

3. Acquiring Torah 26: Having One Rebbi
May 28, 2012

Raba expounded in the name of Rabbi Sehora who had it from Rabbi Huna: What is the purport of the text: “Wealth gotten by vanity shall be diminished, but he that gathers little by little shall increase?” If a man studies much at a time his learning decreases, and if he does not do so but ‘gathers little by little’ he ‘shall increase’. Raba remarked: The Rabbis are well aware of this advice and yet disregard it. Rabbi Nachman b. Isaac said: I acted on this advice and my study remained with me. (Eiruvin 54b) The Maharsha explains this as the debate over whether a person sho... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

4. Acquiring Torah 27: Rashbi: Precious Accomplishments
May 21, 2012

R. Jonathan b.’Asmai and R. Judah son of proselyte parents were studying the section of ‘Vows’ at the school of R. Simeon b. Yohai. They had taken leave from him in the evening, but in the morning they came and again took leave from him. Said he to them: But did you not take leave of me yesternight? Said they to him: Our Master, You taught us, a disciple who had taken leave from his Master and remained overnight in the city must needs take leave from him once again, for it is said: ‘On the eighth day he [King Solomon] sent the people away and they blessed the King, and [then] it is written: ‘A... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

5. Acquiring Torah 30: Heart & Eyes Connected
May 15, 2012

Rabbi Chiya and Rabbi Shimon ben Rebbi once sat together, when one of them began as follows: A man who offers up his prayers must direct his eyes towards the Temple below, for it is said, “And My eyes and My heart shall be there perpetually (I Kings 9:3).” And the other said: The eyes of him who offers up prayers shall be directed towards the heavens above, for it is said, “Let us lift up our heart with our hand (Lamentations 3:41).” In the meanwhile they were joined by Rabbi Yishmael son of Rabbi Yosi. ‘On what subject are you engaged?’ he asked them. “On the subject of prayer,” they rep... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

6. Acquiring Torah 33: Rashbi: The Way We See The World
May 08, 2012

Rabbi Shimon was once going along accompanied by Rabbi Elazar, Rabbi Abba, Rabbi Chiya, Rabbi Yosi, and Rabbi Yehudah. They came to a certain watercourse, and Rabbi Yosi slipped down in his clothes into the water. He said: “I wish this waterchannel had never been here!” Rabbi Shimon said to him, “You must not say that. This is for the service of the world, and it is forbidden to revile a messenger of the Holy One, Blessed is He, especially those loyal servants of His. They are appointed by Providence. It is written that, “The Lord saw all that He had made, and behold it was very go... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

7. Acquiring Torah 36: Derech Eitz haChaim II: Three Gates
May 02, 2012

There are two factors in understanding: human intellect and the Torah which aids human intellect. Concerning the Torah, it is said, “Is not My word like fire, says God (Jeremiah 23:29).” He thus informed us that the Torah is an actual light bestowed on Israel for illumination. Unlike other branches of wisdom and sciences, which can be mastered through mere intellectual effort, the Torah is a sacred entity with an exalted presence in the loftiest of heights; and when a man occupies himself with it here below, it is a light illuminating his soul so as to convey to him the loftiest tr... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

8. Acquiring Torah 41: Ramchal: Derech Eitz Hachaim VII
April 24, 2012

The choice is in man’s hands. Our Sages of blessed memory interpreted the verse, “Therefore the rulers say, come to Cheshbon (Numbers 21:27) to see,” as meaning that those who seek to roll their impulse must take stock of the world (Bava Batra 78b), for those who do not seek to rule their impulse will never set themselves this task, but only those who seek to rule their impulse will undertake such a reckoning and teach others to do the same. Surely one who spends most of his years calculating the results of his purely temporal undertakings should devote at least one hour to substan... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

9. Acquiring Torah 45: Ramchal: Derech Eitz Hachaim XI
April 17, 2012

The Torah is called “strength,” as is well known, for it lends power to holiness through the mystery of, “Grant strength to the Lord.” Before a man is born, he is taught the entire Torah with a view to enabling his soul, before its entry into the body, to be permeated by the Torah so that it might find a proper remedy through all the degrees of sanctity. Yet, on its departure into the world, and Angel comes in draws him on so as to provide a hold for the evil impulse, for he would otherwise be swept away by the force of sanctity and revert to being like an angel without the remedy ... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

10. Pesach Sheini; A Spiritual Quest
April 03, 2012

Parshat Behalotechah records the extraordinary petition of a group that had been excluded from the mitzvah of korban Pesach due to ritual impurity (tumah) that they be afforded the opportunity to participate in this singular experience. The impassioned plea moves Moshe Rabbeinu to consult with Hashem, ultimately leading to the formulation of a new halachic institution, Pesach Sheni. Why did the Torah choose to reveal these important halachot in this unusual manner? The Sifrei (cited also in Rashi 9:7) indicates that Pesach Sheni was part of the original halachic structure and migh... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

11. R' Shlomo on Pesach Sheini: You Have To Ask For It
March 27, 2012

Amalek is anti-God. What's Amalek saying? Amalek comes and tells you, "It's too late. You can't fix it any more. It's too late, forget it. It's not for you." And, you see, Amalek is the one who says to you—imagine I decide I want to do something absolutely beautiful. Amalek says, "I know you for so long. For you, it's like a little holiness attack. You'll do it for three days, and then you go right back where you came from. Forget it. It's too late to change." Everything is too late. You know why there's no peace in the world: 'Cause Amalek is sittin' there, right? And [he says,] "... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

12. R' Shlomo on Pesach Sheni and P' B'Har: Fixing the World Higher Than Creation
March 20, 2012

The holiness of a Jew working in the holy land is with our very hands to make the land more holy. When we work for 6 years, you know what happens: And the 7th year this holiness which we put in -- A Yiddele was plowing the field -- A Yiddele was putting in a flower in his garden in Ramat Gan, you think nothing happened to the holy land -- the holy land becomes more holy. You see the land is so holy? With my hands I make it more holy. Unbelievable. And when I am I tasting this holiness. In the seventh year. Just remember, it says, K?doshim THYU, be holy like everybody else {Leviticu... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

13. Countdown to Pesach-27-Siach Sarfei Kodesh
March 13, 2012

Rabbi Bunim explained, “I am God, and I will bring you out from under the burdens of the Egyptians (Exodus 6:6).” “A burden,” he said, “is usually carried with ease after one has become accustomed to it. When God observed that the Children of Israel were growing accustomed to their tasks and labored at them without complaint, then He deemed it time for them to be liberated (Siach Sarfei Kodesh, Volume III, 130).” It is difficult for most of us to relate to our existence as exile; that we need to be freed. Rather than remonstrate with ourselves over this “lacking,” we can say to God... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

14. R' Shlomo on Purim: Wiping Out Evil - Today's Weapons
March 06, 2012

We say ‘Tshuasam Hayisa Lanetzach’. Chassidim say this means that G-d is always giving us strength to be the winner of the war. ‘Vesikvosom Bechol Dor Vador’, because every generation has another fight, every generation has other hopes. I’ll tell you something very strong, the old Bobover Rebbe said something very holy. He says that there were great tremendous heroes who knew how to duel. Today we fight atomic weapons, even that is already a joke today because we are much further than that. But imagine, a great hero from the twelfth century who is mamesh top man dueling will co... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

15. Esther's Purim Part Five: Shaul and Esther
February 28, 2012

Transcribed and prepared by Anna Beller: Listen to Esther, according to the midrashim, Esther’s father died the minute she was conceived, her mother died the minute she was born, she was raised by Mordechai. The Gemara says Mordechai nursed her. So whether it means he physically nursed her. The idea is the relationship between Esther and Mordechai is one of total dependence. Listen to the way the passukim describe Esther, Esther wouldn’t tell anyone her nation or her birth, meaning that she was a descendant of the king. Because Mordechai told her not to. Esther comes in, she i... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

16. Purim-Drunk With Love
February 21, 2012

Our sages teach us that the “One must get drunk on Purim until he does not know the difference between ' Blessed is Mordechai,' and 'Cursed is Haman (Megillah 7b).' A person must become drunk with the love generated on Purim. He can then elevate everything to God, even the physical. For everything is from God. This should reach a level, “until he does not know. ” Everything should be equal in his eyes. He should serve God even with the worldly, the concept of, “Cursed is Haman.” (Imrei Tzaddikim 86). Author Info: Learn & discover the Divine prophecies with Rabbi Simcha Weinberg fro... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

17. Hallel: Rosh Chodesh Tevet: Third Paragraph
February 14, 2012

The Theme of this paragraph of Hallel is Trusting God: See “Hallel Rosh Chodesh Tevet: Paragraph Three” “Trusters” and “Chanukah Hallel Paragraph Three: Becoming Trusters.” “Let all those who put their trust in You rejoice (Psalms 5:12),” because You took vengeance upon Babylon (Tenth of Tevet); “let them ever shout for joy,” because in Persia, You took vengeance upon Haman and upon his sons (Purim); “shout for joy because You defended them,” in the days of the Greeks, when You surrendered the Greeks into the hands of the Maccabees and their sons (Chanukah); “let them also who love Your ... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

18. R' Shlomo on Yoseif HaTzaddik : The Foundation of Yesod
February 07, 2012

Based on Likutei Moharan 80) Open your hearts like mad, this is one of the deepest Torah’les from Reb Nachman. There are a lot of beautiful things in the world, but if someone will say that Paris is beautiful, their car is beautiful and peace is also beautiful, they have no idea what peace is. Peace comes from another world completely, because peace is the only vessel for all the blessings that exist. Now I want you to open your hearts in the deepest depths. Where does G-d put all his blessings? The Gemara says (Uktzin 3:12) ‘Lo Matsa Hakadosh Baruch Hu Klee Machzik Mracha Ela Hash... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

19. The Family Moves Part Five: Prelude To The Debate
February 01, 2012

We posited that Pharaoh and Joseph are engaged in a debate that began with the formation of Adam. Let’s study the text: “Then the chief cupbearer said to Pharaoh, ‘Today I am reminded of my shortcomings. Pharaoh was once angry with his servants, and he imprisoned me and the chief baker in the house of the captain of the guard. Each of us had a dream the same night, and each dream had a meaning of its own. Now a young Hebrew – Ivri – was there with us, a servant of the captain of the guard. We told him our dreams, and he interpreted them for us, giving each man the interpretation of his dr... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

20. Hallel Rosh Chodesh Tevet Part Two
January 24, 2012

Paragraph Four: “Neither the dead can praise the Creator, nor any who descend into silence; but we will bless the Creator from this time and forever (Psalm 115:18).” God had warned the inhabitants of Jerusalem, through Jeremiah, that the Babylonians would be coming, and that they would be victorious. God instructed them to repent and to leave the city and surrender to the Babylonians. The people refused to listen to Jeremiah. They preferred death to surrender. This paragraph of the Hallel is a celebration of the potential of life, “the dead cannot praise the Creator.” The i... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

21. Dancing with the Stars" and the Acquisition of True Beauty
January 17, 2012

Written by Debbie Isaacman Dancing with the Stars is one of my favorite shows! I look forward to watching the glitzy and dazzling costumes, the music which moves us to feel such a wide range of emotions from the quick paced rhythmic beats to the lyrical flow of music used for the waltz. Then of course there are the dancers themselves who come on stage every week and rise to the challenge of performing. The competition has the potential to facilitate not only the progress of dancing technique but also the personal growth and development of the contestants themselves! From the mom... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

22. Master of Memory III
January 10, 2012

They answered him, ‘Not so, my master! For your servants have come to buy food. All of us, sons of one man are we; we are truthful people; your servants have never been spies’ (Genesis 42:10–11).” I always find it interesting how easily someone who lies can insist that he is truthful. The brothers had blatantly lied to the people of Shechem, and to Jacob about Joseph, and yet here they were, insisting that they were truthful. The minute someone insists that he is truthful, I suspect that he is not. The Viceroy must have already been suspicious. When they insist, “Your servants h... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

23. Master of Memory
January 04, 2012

I’ve been reading Joshua Foer”s “Moonwalking with Einstein,” a fabulous tale of a journey into the world of memory championships, and remembering all sorts of different tools I’ve tried over the years to improve my memory. I always wanted to have my grandfather zt”l’s memory. Legend says that Simonides of Ceos was the inventor of the method of loci where large amounts of data can be remembered in order by placing images that represent the data into mental locations or journeys. As a child, I hadn’t heard of Simonides, but I was raised with Simanim, mnemonics, to memorize all that I ... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

24. Living at the Speed of Light
December 29, 2011

“Everybody at the speed of light tends to become a nobody (Marshall McLuhan; ‘McLuhan Probe’).” Our world seems to be moving at the speed of light, and it’s hard for many to sense their significance. The winds blow past us at breakneck speed as we desperately cling onto those things that provide us with stability. Many practice Judaism as their structure. Yet, there are increasing numbers of people who want to use their Judaism to connect to the world and find their meaning at the speed of light. Chanukah, the Festival of Light, is a lesson in how to live at light speed. It all began with... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

25. The Ladder Comes to Life
December 20, 2011

We’ve met this word many times and can’t seem to find the perfect definition: “These are the toledot of Jacob,” can mean, “These are the stories of all that happened to Jacob’s generations (Rashi),” or, “these are the things that happened to Jacob (Ibn Ezra),” or, “these are the generations of Jacob (Ramban).” The Ohr haChaim haKadosh points out that since the verse begins, “Eileh,” without the vav that would connect this verse to the previous verses and paragraphs, “and these are…” indicates that whatever follows is a break from what preceded it. “These stories and not the preceding, are... (read more)

Author: Rabbi Simcha Weinberg

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