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A Message from Rabbi Gidon Goldberg, Head of School

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Dear Parents,

Although Avrohom and Soroh had not yet been blessed with children, Hashem directs Avrohom outside to look up and count the stars, saying, “Thus will be your descendants.” Why did Hashem command Avrohom to count the stars? We know that they are so numerous that it is beyond the realm of possibility for any human being. Rav...

A Message from Rabbi Gidon Goldberg, Head of School

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Dear Parents,

In this week’s parshah, the Torah uses two slightly different words to indicate that Noach waited. Rashi explains that in the first instance, the word וייחל simply means that Noach waited. However, in the next instance, the Torah tells us that Noach had to “make himself wait” before sending out the dove again....

A Message from Rabbi Gidon Goldberg, Head of School

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Dear Parents,

It is interesting to note that there is no יום טוב commemorating the miracles performed for בני ישראל in the מדבר except for Sukkos, which commemorates the sukkah, the "huts" in the desert. Have you ever thought about why there is no יום טוב for the other miracles, such as the daily provision of the מן and the...

A Message from Rabbi Gidon Goldberg, Head of School

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Dear Parents,

“Prioritize.” The word is ubiquitous in business management, whether for small businesses or global corporations. It means getting clear on what is most important, and devising a plan to “put first things first,” keeping them foremost in our minds and actions, and then fitting our daily tasks into that model. Klal Yisroel...