Rav Itamar Eldar
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Rav Itamar Eldar Purim – The Holiday of Exile Most of the holidays are mentioned for the first time in the Torah: the holiday of Pesach, the holiday of Matzot, the counting of the Omer, Shavuot, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot and Shmini Atzeret. This is not true with respect to Chanuka and Purim. Holiday Packages
Rav Itamar Eldar "AND ALL THE PEOPLE SAW THE SOUNDS" What does the Torah mean by the paradoxical statement that “all the people saw the sounds” at Sinai? We shall explore the writings of the Sefat Emet, Degel Machane Ephraim, R Yosef Gikatilla and the Nazir to understand the interplay between seeing and hearing, objective and subjective, humility and infinity. Holiday Packages
Rav Itamar Eldar “Take with You Words, and Return to God” – The Power of Confession On Shabbat Shuva, we read the inspiring message of the prophet Hoshea: “Return, O Israel, to the Lord your God, for you have stumbled in your sin. Take with you words, and return to God; say to Him, ‘Forgive all sin and receive us well, so we will offer the words of our lips instead of calves.” (Hoshea 14:2-3) Holiday Packages
Rav Itamar Eldar Chassidic Teachings on Chanuka: Do We Celebrate Miracles or the Routine? The mitzva of lighting Chanuka candles and the miracle of the cruse of oil teach us to contemplate deeply the dark and wintry routine in the middle of which falls out the holiday of lights, and to acquire the ability to reflect upon the great light that stands behind this darkness, precisely on the days of dark routine. The Meaning of Chanuka
Rav Itamar Eldar Chassidic Teachings on Chanuka: Is the Mitzva Kindling the Lights or Setting Them Down The Meaning of Chanuka
Rav Itamar Eldar Pesach in Chassidic Thought: Haste from God The Meaning of Pesach
Rav Itamar Eldar Purim in Chassidic Thought: "Until He Doesn't Know" The Meaning of Purim
Rav Itamar Eldar R. Nachman on the Causes and Consequences of the Destruction The Meaning of the Three Weeks