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ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click and make your website within no time. ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click and make your website within no time.ButterBelly is designed beautifully with clean coding. You can easily install it on your dashboard within a single click.
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DVAR TORAH By Rabbi Zelig Pliskin The Torah states: “Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my end be like his” (Numbers 23:10). What did Bilaam mean when he said this? We see from this statement of Bilaam that he realized the truth that one should lead a righteous life. Why […]
PARASHAT BALAK A Summary This week’s portion is one of the most fascinating psychologically-revealing portions in the whole Torah! Bilaam, a non-Jewish prophet, was granted a level of prophecy close to Moshe’s level of prophecy. The Almighty gave Bilaam these powers so that the nations of the world could not say at some point […]
Shabbat Shalom There is an insightful passage in Gemara Sanhedrin on page 105b in the name of Rabbi Yochanan. From the blessing pronounced by that wicked man (Bilaam) we can deduce what was really in his heart. The Torah tells us that Hashem transformed Bilaam’s intended curse on the nation of Israel into a blessing. […]