Sensitivity of a Tzaddik

Vayetzei (Genesis 28:10-32:3)

Comments (1)

(1) Barbara Cohen, November 10, 2010 8:20 PM

Interesting commentary on this week's Parsha

Dear Rabbi Shafier, I enjoy listening to The Shmuz every week! You always delve into the Parsha in ways that I either haven't thought of, or add so much more to what I already know. It is so nice that you bring out the respect that a Chassan is supposed to have for a Callah. When we read this Parsha from Torah, we don't see this deeper meaning. I also didn't know that Esav's son really didn't want to kill Yitschok, but had to appease his father somehow, so he took what Yacov had. Very interesting concepts. Thank you for taking the time each week to speak to us, who know but a thimble full of Toran, even though I have been studing for 13 years, I need to know more. Keep up the good work. It is truly appreciated


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