Korach believed that because from him would come great people like Shmuel, then he…
Chaim Kramer discusses the weekly Torah portion, Parshat Korach. Although Korach was very wealthy, he was jealous of Moshe’s status as the leader of the Jewish nation, and this jealousy led to rebellion. Korach’s desire for honor led to destruction. This arrogant lust for honor and power still burns in the hearts of many people today. But honor and power if used incorrectly not only destroy others, but also one’s self. Rebbe Nachman teaches us not to give in to the desire for honor and be swallowed up by our own materialism.
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Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah portion, Parshat Korach. Reb Meir explains that the benefit of the Tzaddikim in this world, because there their accomplishment is so great, there must be conflict and strife against them. In this week’s parsha, Korach, who was a very big Torah scholar, opposed Moshe Rabbeinu. We learn why Moshiach isn’t here and why we must ask Hashem to bring us close to the true Tzaddikim.
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