Almost Daily Jewish Wisdom at Beit Hamidrash of Woodland Hills The d’var Torah, also known as a “drash,” is recorded almost daily at the minyanim at Beit Hamidrash of Woodland Hills, CA.

July 31, 2017  
July 30, 2017  

Guest darshan from Yeshiva of Long Beach, NY, Ehud Kogan, discusses one of the reasons given for the destruction of the Bais Hamikdash and an uplifting thought as we near Tisha b'Av.

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July 27, 2017  

Guest darshan Binyamin Rottenberg, 19, from NY, Long Beach Yeshiva gives over some thoughts on the Laws of the Three Weeks including when to say a she'hechiyanu and what it means to love a friend as "yourself."

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July 23, 2017  

Rabbi Jack Rechnitz reminds us why we are mourning these Nine Days.

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July 21, 2017  

We wish our guest darshan safe travels back to Memphis.

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July 20, 2017  

Rabbi Vann discusses this week's haftarah which could easily apply to today as it did 2500 years ago.

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July 20, 2017  

Why do these Three Weeks increase the level of mourning while a shivah and sheloshim decrease the level?

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July 19, 2017  

The guest darshan from Memphis, Rabbi Rafael Azugi gives over an interesting midrash about the origin of the name "Jerusalem."

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July 18, 2017  

Guest darshan Rabbi Rafael Azugi from Memphis gives over two ideas from the Rambam about why all the major religions, especially Jews, are drawn to the "Har Habayit."

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July 18, 2017  

Rabbi Vann explains the midrash that says the people were shamefaced when Joshua was named Moshe Rabbenu's successor (like a moon vs. a sun).

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