Rabbi Yisroel Jungreis

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Rabbi Yisroel Jungreis

Rabbi Yisroel Jungreis takes Torah wisdom to your Business and Office. His weekly classes at The Hineni Heritage Center encompass many subjects including “Ethics of the Fathers”, “The Jewish Holiday cycle” and the meaning behind our traditions and ceremonies.

 

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“Chave’er Tov - Good Friends”The Torah tells us that Rivka was pregnant with twins and the children struggled within her womb, “Vayissrotz’tzu habanim b’kirbah.”Rashi explains... more
Be A BlessingAfter blessing Avraham, Hashem tells him, “He’yei beracha”- “You shall be a source of blessing”, words that imply a higher level of blessing than simply, “You shall... more
Is He a Mentsch?The parashah tells us: “These are the generations of Noah. Noah was a man, righteous and pure in his generation.” The Hebrew word for man is “ish,” for which the... more
Aizehu Ashir - Who Is Rich?“If One Is Happy With Their Lot” The Parashah admonishes us not to harness an ox and a donkey together to plow (22-10). Although this commandment is a... more
Viata Yisroel Mawh Hashem Eliokacha Shoel Miyimach. Now Nation of Israel what does Hashem your God want from you? {10:10} The Shulchan Aruch - Code of the Jewish Law says, a Jew... more
     Some time ago a man approached me asking if l could help his daughter get into a certain graduate program. Although, at the moment, I had no idea how I could be of use, I... more
What was the power of Joshua and Caleb? How did they resist the evil counsel of the spies? How did they remain immune to the pressure? Prior to their departure, Moses blessed... more
Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moshe regarding the Cushite woman he had married. Aaron turned to Miriam and behold she was afflicted with Tzaraas, leprosy.  Miriam was quarantined... more
The backdrop for the giving of the Torah is significant. The Torah was given at Mount Sinai, a lowly mountain, and while logic would dictate that it would have been more... more
Trust and LoyaltyOne of the mitzvos mentioned in this parashah is, “You shall not place a stumbling block before the blind.” This statement is not meant to be taken only literally... more