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Shekalim: The Weight of My Accomplishments Print E-mail

Shekalim“There was no one in all of Israel as praiseworthy for his beauty as Absalom; from the bottom of his foot to the top of his head there was no blemish in him. When he would have his head barbered,, at the end of every year he would have
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Shekalim: Restricted Light Print E-mail

Shekalim“Who measured the waters in His palm, gauged the Heavens with a span, measured in a huge vessel the dust of the earth, and weighed mountains with a scale and hills with a balance (Isaiah 40:12)?”
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Shekalim 2: The Magical Power of Love Print E-mail

The Sages taught that when one does Teshuva from fear, he could transform his deliberate sins into mistakes, which demand a lower level of forgiveness. However, when one returns to God in love and a desire to be close and repair any damage to the relationship,

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Shekalim: Toledot Yaakov Yosef Print E-mail
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shekelThe Half-Shekel was the atonement for the sin of the Golden Calf. However, all those who sinned were killed, which means that the Shekalim applied to those who survived.

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Shekalim: Rav Kook Print E-mail
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ShekelOriginally, when Israel proclaimed "We will do" and "We will understand", one angel provided each person with two crowns. After the sin of the Golden Calf, there were separate

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Shekalim 1 Print E-mail

ShekalimParent and Child: Rabbi Shlomo Kluger (Kehillat Yaakov; Shekalim 1) explains that when the Holy One, Blessed is He, created a person with a body and soul, He gave them as a gift to

 

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Shekalim: Measuring Our Reward PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 01 March 2011 08:21

ShekalimKing David had commanded, “For my sake, be gentle with the boy Absalom (II Samuel 18:5).” Eventually, “Absalom chanced upon David's servants. Absalom was riding upon a mule, and the mule came under the thick branches
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Shekalim: I Will Pay Print E-mail

Shekalim“If it pleases the King, let it be recorded that they be destroyed; and 10,000 silver talents, I will count out into the hands of those who do the work, to be brought to the King's treasuries (Esther 3:9).” Haman is a brilliant strategist.
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Shekalim: Against a Negative Print E-mail
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Shekalim“Why do you weigh out money without getting bread and exerting your efforts for that which does not satisfy? Listen well to Me and you eat well, and your soul will delight in rich food (Isaiah 55:2).”
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Shekalim: K’lil Tiferet Print E-mail
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ShekalimThe 27th of Adar is the Yahrtzeit Rav Yeshayah (ben Moshe) Schorr (1879). His primary teacher was Rav Mordechai of Kremnitz, the son of the Maggid of Zlotchov. Rav Schorr's last rabbinical post, and the one for which
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