What makes one dispute a ‘heavenly dispute’ and another a ‘non-heavenly dispute’? Nir Braudo, BINA’s Deputy Director, discusses parashat Korach and the commentaries’ answer to how to manage a healthy disagreement. […]
Yuval Linden, director of BINA’s gap year and pre-army programs, explores the similarities and differences between the people of ancient Egypt and those of modern day Israel in this week’s parasha, Va’Yigash.
Yael Hirsch Biderman, Director of HR at BINA, explores Joseph’s story and dreams in this week’s parasha – Miketz.
But hidden within the idea of purity and impurity we find an important message about the nature of people and the meaning of their actions. Unlike the list of appetizing animals from the previous Parsha, humans are not wholly impure or wholly pure – they are both. […]
Dear friends, those who love Miriam and cherish her memory – once again, we reach the parasha marking Miriam’s death. We gather here to remember Miriam’s life and to mourn her death in “Kadesh”, somewhere near the streets of Petra. I would like to share the following words: […]
Avrahahm Eisen, BINA’s Director of Education, discusses the importance of hope and family in this week’s parasha, Vayehi […]
Some Torah Portions require almost no interpretation. People should just read them again and again, and hopefully something will sink […]