By shifting a couple of commas, we can dramatically change how we view Noach.
Say you have fulfilled your obligation to give charity. But now a friend approaches you for a loan. What is your obligation and why is it so important?
G-d commands us to say the Grace After Meals. But it's not merely a command, rather, it's a recipe - for success.
It's bad news for any homeowner whose house is declared condemned due to a tzaraas affliction. But as the walls come tumbling down, there is a surprise silver lining to the story. What is it, and why?
Why does G-d repeat all of the details of the Tabernacle as the Jews build it? And what would Rocky Balboa have to say about this topic?