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001 - Bereishis 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
002 - Bereishis 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
003 - Bereishis 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
004 - Noach 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
005 - Noach 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
006 - Noach 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
007 - Noach 4
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
008 - Lech Lecha 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
009 - Lech Lecha 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
01 - Bereishis - Introduction
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
01 - Hoshana Rabba - Bereishis - Gan Eden
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
01 - Hoshana Rabba - Ma'aseh Bereishis (The Story of Creation)
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
01 - Lech Lecha - The Bracha of Av
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
010 - Lech Lecha 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
011 - Lech Lecha 4
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
012 - Lech Lecha 5
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
013 - Vayeira 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
014 - Vayeira 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
015 - Vayeira 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
016 - Vayeira 4
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
017 - Chayei Sarah 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
018 - Chayei Sarah 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
019 - Chayei Sarah 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
02 - Bereishis - A Unified Creation- First Aliyah
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
In the first aliyah of Parshas Bereishis, the entire story of creation is discussed. During the first six days, Hashem created different, disparate elements, which all come together with the purpose of creation, Adam. On Shabbos, the distinct days of the week join together with a focal point and purpose. Our job in the world is to bring it back to a point where everyone recognizes that Hashem is One, although at times things may not seem to fit in with that picture.
02 - Bereishis - Duality
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
02 - Chayei Sarah - Yitzchak & Anticipating our Prayers
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
In Parshas Chayei Sarah, we learn about Yitzchak Avinu establishing the tefilah of mincha. We discuss the relationship between Yitzchak as the pillar of avodah being the one who established this afternoon prayer. There is a unique aspect to this tefilah of being answered before it is even uttered, as Yitzchak is the consummate servant of Hashem, who is completely given over to Hashem's will. This tefilah is specifically in the middle of the day, teaching us that all of our work is really part of our service of Hashem.
02 - Noach - Elokim and Hashem; 2 Systems of the World- Second Aliyah
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
020 - Chayei Sarah 4
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
021 Toldos 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
022 Toldos 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
023 Toldos 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
024 Vayeitzei 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
024b - Vayeitzei 1b
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
025 Vayeitzei 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
026 - Vayeitzei 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
027 - Vayishlach 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
028 - Vayishlach 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
029 - Vayishlach 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
03 - Bereishis - Heaven and Earth
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
Download the class handout.
03 - Noach - Building & Destroying, Inside & Out- First Aliyah
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
When the physical world was destroyed in the mabul, it was because the people had corrupted the world internally. Noach was supposed to use the 120 years of building the teivah in order to correct the internal rotting of the world, so that it would not have to be completely wiped away. Although Noach did not succeed at this job, Avraham Avinu did—saving the world through connecting others with Hashem, and turning people toward each other favorably. The physical world comes together—or breaks apart—due to the state of the inner realms, i.e. the actions of humankind.
03 - Toldos - The Tefilos of Yitzchak & Yishmael
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
We compare the way a Jew and non-Jew address tefillah. A Jew says modim regardless of the result, with the understanding and acceptance that Hashem runs the world.
030 - Vayeishev 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
031 - Vayeishev 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
032 - Vayeishev 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
033 - Mikeitz 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
034 - Mikeitz 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
035 - Mikeitz 3
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
036 - Vayigash 1
by Hauer, rabbi Moshe
037 - Vayigash 2
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
038 - Vayechi 1
by Hauer, Rabbi Moshe