Shabbat is more than a day of refraining from worldly activity.

When experienced to its spiritual fullest, its holiness enlightens all other days of the week.

We invite you to enhance your Shabbat with these words of Torah.


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Nitzavim: Doing Business with Hashem

Nitzavim: Doing Business with Hashem

Brody, Rabbi Lazer
September 10, 2020

“[Parshat] Nitzavim… [is] always read during the end of Elul before Rosh Hashanah. Since the mitzvah of teshuva with all its benefits appear toward the end of the Torah that we read at the end of the year, then teshuva qualifies as the ‘end of the season sale’; now, teshuva is a bargain. For a small investment, one gets great rewards. But don’t tarry, because once the New Year Day of Judgment arrives, the price of teshuva goes way up. Now’s the time to invest in teshuva; with teshuva, we’ll all merit our personal and national redemption, speedily and in our days, amen.”