Tagged: Re’eh

Re’eh – Decisions by the Thousands

The opening words of Parshat Re’eh present the tension of life, the constant struggle we have in making correct and ethical choices. Research has shown that the average adult makes 35,000 decisions each day,...

Re’eh – The Other Side of Choice

In the dark days of history, before liberty and equality were a part of the vocabulary of civilization; when feudal lords dominated serfs until they were overthrown by other lords; when slaves were the...

Re’eh – Training in Sensitivity

(Deuteronomy 12:21) “…you may slaughter… as I commanded you.” When eating meat or fowl we must slaughter the animal in the manner which is commanded by the Lord. The Torah does not go into...