Join Yitzchak Reuven in this week’s Temple Talk, as he draws a fine
line between the world that G-d created and the world we are living
in. Why was Aharon, the loving brother of Moshe, the loving brother of
us all, tailor-made to wear the Priestly Garments described in this
week’s Torah reading of Tetzave? What was it about the Tabernacle that
brought back a long forgotten truth? Next week: The return of Rabbi
Also this week from the TEMPLE INSTITUTE:
WEEKLY TORAH PORTION: TETZAVE: Clothes make the man. This old saw is
certainly applicable to the case of the kohen gadol - the high priest
and his garments of glory and splendor. The garments themselves
possess an intrinsic holiness. Their detailed components each can
effect an atonement for the vast array of human failings.
The kohen gadol, when wearing the garments and achieving a level of
self-conscious identification with the human character common to all
of us, can open up a window of atonement and spiritual realignment
through will we all can emerge enhanced and ennobled, if we but take
hold of the moment.
COMING SOON: THE 3RD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL TEMPLE MOUNT AWARENESS DAY
ONLINE SIX HOUR STREAMING VIDEO HAPPENING!
On March 25th, the second day of the month of Nisan, from 5 PM - 11
PM, Israel time, (10 AM - 3 PM Eastern time), The International
Department of the Temple Institute will be hosting out third annual
International Temple Mount Awareness Day Online Six Hour Streaming
Video Happening! Prominent guests from the world of Temple Mount
activism, archaeology and the renewal of Holy Temple oriented
commandments will be joining us.
For more details, or to become a sponsor of this year' 3RD ANNUAL
INTERNATIONAL TEMPLE MOUNT AWARENESS DAY ONLINE SIX HOUR STREAMING
VIDEO HAPPENING, please click here:
BAT MELECH, with Rena Richman: THE WELL OF MIRIAM, PART II: The
prophet Miriam: Sanctified and dedicated to her people. In this
all-new series, Rena explores the life and work of this great leader
RETURN TO PROPHECY, with Rabbi Avraham Sutton: Available Thursday, March 1st.
THE MONTH OF ADAR: THE MONTH OF JOY: The month of Adar, the month of
the Purim celebration and the month of preparations for the upcoming
Passover festival contains eight days of special significance. Click
here to go to our guide and learn about these eight days. Enjoy!