by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | May 31, 2023
Under Mount Sinai, the Jewish nation was united as one man and one heart (a blessing). Today, secular animosity toward the religious – Chareidim or religious-Zionists – results in many men and women each with a different heart. How can we become united again?
by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | May 18, 2023
In modern terms our DNA is Yehadut (Judaism) – Divine National Attributes; without the Torah we drift apart until assimilation. HaShem often intervenes in Jewish history by bringing forth miracles beyond the laws of nature and physics. On erev Shabbat of this week we will be celebrating the 56th year of the most shocking and unexpected miracle that HaShem has bestowed on His beloved nation in Eretz Yisrael.
by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | May 10, 2023
Our efforts as a society need to be committed not merely to survival but to “flourishing” in every way. We here are preparing the way for the physical exodus from foreign lands, and spiritual exodus from foreign cultures and beliefs.
by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | Apr 26, 2023
In Yeshayahu 66:12-13, the prophet cites the word comfort three times in one verse. If each comfort relates to restoring our presence in the holy land and in its spiritual center of Yerushalayim on three different occasions, what are the differences between these three historical episodes of redemption and comfort?
by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | Mar 28, 2023
Just as HaShem destroys the “Angel of Death” in the song, father jumps up and gathers the family in a circle and they break out in a frenzy of song — L’shana ha’ba’a Be’Yerushalayim — “Next year in Jerusalem”, mama collapses!
by Rabbi Nachman Kahana | Mar 22, 2023
We are alarmed at the threats of some veteran pilots to refuse to volunteer for duty as necessary reserve pilots because of their opposition to the right-wing religious government. They have the right to choose to serve or not to serve as reserve pilots, but…