Shabbat Parashat Ki Tavo | 5768
Ki Tavo | 20 Elul 5768 | 9/20/2008
In between the pronouncements of general warnings to Bnei Yisrael to keep certain mitzvot and the threat of specific curses if they do not keep the mitzvot, our parasha promises Bnei Yisrael success if they follow Hashem’s expectations. “If you will indeed listen to the voice (kol) of Hashem to observe to perform all of the commandments that I am commanding today, Hashem your G-d will place you supreme above all of the nations of the land.
I work a night shift and, therefore, sleep in the day rather than at night. What do I do about saying Kri’at Shema Al Hamita (bedtime Shema) and Modeh Ani?
After jumping in and getting a taste of Ein Ayah over the last few months, we decided to return to where we arguably should have started, Rav Kook’s introduction to the work. In it, he presents his logic for explaining Chazal’s aggadic writings in a manner that goes beyond the simple meaning of their words.
Hemdat Yamim of this week
Doris (Doba) Moinester
as well as
R ' Meir ben Yechezkel Shraga Brachfel
Hemdat Yamim is endowed by Les & Ethel Sutker of
and Louis and Lillian Klein, z”l.
A weekly divrei Torah leaflet: A Glimpse at the Parasha, Ask the Rabbi, From the writings of Harav Avraham Yitzchak Hakohen Kook, zt”l, Pninat Mishpat (Jewish Monetary Law).