The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Matot-Massei

 

The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Matot-Massei

Chabad org

Kehot Chumash

An interpolated translation and commentary based on the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Download complete Parsha
Click here to download (3.80mb)
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Editor-in-Chief: Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky
Contributing editors: Rabbis Baruch Kaplan, Betzalel Lifshitz, Yosef Marcus and Dov Wagner.

With an Interpolated English Translation and Commentary Based on the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

This innovative Chumash features a new translation/commentary which weaves Rashi`s commentary – explained according to the Rebbe`s understanding of Rashi – together with the translation of the Torah text. This forms one clear, smooth and easy reading body, accessible even to the beginner and informative to all.
Additional Features include:
*   “Chasidic Insights” and “Inner Dimensions”
*   Chronological charts, topic titles, illustrations, diagrams and maps
*   Each sidra is prefaced by an overview
*   A study of the name of each sidra and its relevance to the respective text
*   Fully vocalized Hebrew text of Rashi`s commentary

The Kehot Chumash from: Kehot Publication Society

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The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Matot-Massei

 

The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Matot-Massei

Chabad org

Kehot Chumash

An interpolated translation and commentary based on the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Download complete Parsha
Click here to download (3.80mb)
About this Book
Buy this Book.

Editor-in-Chief: Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky
Contributing editors: Rabbis Baruch Kaplan, Betzalel Lifshitz, Yosef Marcus and Dov Wagner.

With an Interpolated English Translation and Commentary Based on the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

This innovative Chumash features a new translation/commentary which weaves Rashi`s commentary – explained according to the Rebbe`s understanding of Rashi – together with the translation of the Torah text. This forms one clear, smooth and easy reading body, accessible even to the beginner and informative to all.
Additional Features include:
*   “Chasidic Insights” and “Inner Dimensions”
*   Chronological charts, topic titles, illustrations, diagrams and maps
*   Each sidra is prefaced by an overview
*   A study of the name of each sidra and its relevance to the respective text
*   Fully vocalized Hebrew text of Rashi`s commentary

The Kehot Chumash from: Kehot Publication Society

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The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Pinchas

 

The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Pinchas

Chabad org

Kehot Chumash

An interpolated translation and commentary based on the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Download complete Parsha
Click here to download (2.35mb)
About this Book
Buy this Book.

Editor-in-Chief: Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky
Contributing editors: Rabbis Baruch Kaplan, Betzalel Lifshitz, Yosef Marcus and Dov Wagner.

With an Interpolated English Translation and Commentary Based on the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

This innovative Chumash features a new translation/commentary which weaves Rashi`s commentary – explained according to the Rebbe`s understanding of Rashi – together with the translation of the Torah text. This forms one clear, smooth and easy reading body, accessible even to the beginner and informative to all.
Additional Features include:
*   “Chasidic Insights” and “Inner Dimensions”
*   Chronological charts, topic titles, illustrations, diagrams and maps
*   Each sidra is prefaced by an overview
*   A study of the name of each sidra and its relevance to the respective text
*   Fully vocalized Hebrew text of Rashi`s commentary

The Kehot Chumash from: Kehot Publication Society

The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Chuka-Balak

 

The Kehot Chumash – Parshah Chuka-Balak

Chabad org

Kehot Chumash

An interpolated translation and commentary based on the works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Download complete Parsha
Click here to download (4.85mb)
About this Book
Buy this Book.

Editor-in-Chief: Rabbi Moshe Wisnefsky
Contributing editors: Rabbis Baruch Kaplan, Betzalel Lifshitz, Yosef Marcus and Dov Wagner.

With an Interpolated English Translation and Commentary Based on the Works of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.

This innovative Chumash features a new translation/commentary which weaves Rashi`s commentary – explained according to the Rebbe`s understanding of Rashi – together with the translation of the Torah text. This forms one clear, smooth and easy reading body, accessible even to the beginner and informative to all.
Additional Features include:
*   “Chasidic Insights” and “Inner Dimensions”
*   Chronological charts, topic titles, illustrations, diagrams and maps
*   Each sidra is prefaced by an overview
*   A study of the name of each sidra and its relevance to the respective text
*   Fully vocalized Hebrew text of Rashi`s commentary

The Kehot Chumash from: Kehot Publication Society

Omer Count for Wednesday, May 27th – 5th Sivan, 5769

 

Omer Count for Wednesday Night, May 27th – 5th Sivan, 5769

*The Omer is counted every evening after nightfall, from the second night of Passover till the night before Shavuot.

Tonight, Wednesday evening, May 27th, count 49 Days in the Omer, which is seven weeks of the Omer.

Day 49 – Malchut of Malchut: Nobility in Nobility, click here to read excerpt.

Exercise for the day: Take a moment and concentrate on yourself, on your true inner self, not on your performance and how you project to others; and be at peace with yourself knowing that G-d created a very special person which is you.

After the 49 days of Counting the Omer, after having fully achieved inner renewal by merit of having assessed and developed each of our 49 attributes, we arrive at the fiftieth day. On this day we celebrate the Festival of Shavuot, the giving of the Torah (Matan Torah). After we have accomplished all we can through our own initiative, then we are worthy to receive a gift (matan) from Above which we could not have achieved with our own limited faculties. We receive the ability to reach and touch the Divine; not only to be cultivated human beings who have refined all of our personal characteristics, but divine human beings who are capable of expressing ourselves above and beyond the definitions and limitations of our beings.

Click here to order the book. For more information on this fascinating 49 day journey click here.

SOURCE:
Chabad Org
Meaningful Life Center

Omer Count for Tuesday, May 26th – 4th Sivan, 5769

 

Omer Count for Tuesday Night, May 26th – 4th Sivan, 5769

*The Omer is counted every evening after nightfall, from the second night of Passover till the night before Shavuot.

Tonight, Tuesday evening, May 26th, count 48 Days in the Omer, which is six weeks and six days of the Omer.

Day 48 – Yesod of Malchut: Bonding in Nobility, click here to read excerpt.

Exercise for the day: Actualize your sovereignty by intensifying your bond with a close one.

Click here to order the book. For more information on this fascinating 49 day journey click here.

SOURCE:
Chabad Org
Meaningful Life Center

Omer Count for Monday Night, May 25th – 3rd Sivan, 5769

 

Omer Count for Monday Night, May 25th – 3rd Sivan, 5769

*The Omer is counted every evening after nightfall, from the second night of Passover till the night before Shavuot.

Tonight, Monday evening, May 25th, count 47 Days in the Omer, which is six weeks and five days of the Omer.

Day 47 – Hod of Malchut: Humility in Nobility, click here to read excerpt.

Exercise for the day: Acknowledge G-d for creating you with personal dignity .

Click here to order the book. For more information on this fascinating 49 day journey click here.

SOURCE:
Chabad Org
Meaningful Life Center