In this week’s Torah portion, Parshat Chukat, Moshe Rebbeinu strikes the rock and water…
Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah portion, Parshat Chukat. Reb Meir discusses one of the most puzzling paradoxes of the Torah, the ashes of the red heifer. These ashes make those who are pure, impure, and those who are impure, those who are already pure. Reb Noson explains: This is the power of the Tzaddik.
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Chaim Kramer discusses the weekly Torah portion, Parshat Chukat. We learn that the ashes of the parah adama (the red heifer) make the pure impure and the impure pure, a concept that Rebbe Nachman explains in Likutey Moharan 55. The discussion continues with the story of Moshe Rabbeinu striking the rock; Moshe coming to the area controlled by the Edomites; the Jews getting tired of the manna, the attack of the snakes, and the brass serpent; Sichon and Og; and the lessons we can learn from these and other Torah events.
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