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  1. Jealous? Of whom? She was the only woman! So what you’re saying is women are jealous even if there isn’t something to be jealous about? Gotta add this one to my Sheva Bracha repertoire.

  2. Harry:

    As always, another fine message. I would like to suggest that you make these available in print form also for us to use at our Shabbos table.

    Chag sameach

    George Matyjewicz

  3. FR

    Shalom Harry,

    I have been receiving your video blog messages week after week.

    Now that we approach Rosh Hashana I want to take the opportunity to wish you and your Family Shanna Tova and may all of You be inscribed in the Book of Life for a good year, sweet as honey!!!!

    Also I wish to give thanks for your hard work. It is not easy to prepare a weekly video and make it so entertaining and full of light. You are doing a tremendous effort and the result is a great work!

    You can’t imagine how many lives receive life through your messages.

    Thanks for your hard work serving the Kingdom of Heaven.

    • We all wish You
      Mazel and Brocho in the Year to Come iy H
      Well done!!!
      Have much Nachas from your New Couple.
      Tayor Salford Manchester England…

  4. Michael

    Beautiful Harry, Mazal Tov. May you and your family be blessed in every way and thank you for rebuilding the Jewish people. May we follow your example and always fight our foes, past, present and future, with‎ the creation of life and substantive enjoyment of life. Kol Hakavod Harry!

  5. Jay M.

    Harry,

    Mazel tov to you and your family on this wonderful simcha! I wish that I could have seen more of the wedding video.

  6. Joel from Shapell's

    Thank you for this inspiring video. Interestingly, half an hour ago I just learned the Rashi’s on that same pasuk. He mentions that ‘Qaran’ is from the lashon ‘qarnayim’, which means that it comes from the same root as horns. He explains that it’s because light rays can shine in a form that is similar to a horn.
    But like you say, it doesn’t mean horns literally, like on the statue. that’s indeed a mistranslation.
    Have a wonderful week, Shavua tov!

  7. shlomo weiss

    hi harry,

    thanks for getting me onto your ‘list’. I appreciate your dynamic presentation….they’re you, and you are doing a great ‘service’ for others..ya’ sha’ ko ach, always, shlomo

  8. Chuck

    I found your video to be particularly perceptive this week!
    There are invisible forces that influence outcomes!
    Reminds me of the world before microscopes or telescopes
    Discoveries of worlds beyond our imagination!
    Thank you!!!!

  9. Mr. S

    This was superb Harry! Loved the Family Guy and Ten Commandment clips. I have never heard the Noach, Nacshon comparison, is that yours? I thought it was fantastic. Thank you for your hard work which produces something that I, and I’m sure many others, find enlightening, motivational and entertaining.‎ Kol Hakavod.

  10. Excellent Harry. Especially about the second coming of Noach. The Gilgul concept has been fascinating me this past year, as I really believe we had a gilgul. So. I’m trying to gather everything I can. Of course some of our mutual friends think I’m crazy. ut what else is new.

  11. Michelle Pasternak

    Great message Harry!! The kids (and me and Skip) really enjoyed this one!! Thanks!!!

  12. Another marvelous presentation Harry. I was drink coffee when you said about his fourth wife “G-d bless him.” You shouild give warnings. 🙂 Interesting to note when was the first Thanksgiving.

  13. AR

    A VERY BEAUTIFUL INTERPRETATION OF THAT GREAT EVENT, HARRY… EVEN I GOT OVER MY MILD MAD AT SARAH FOR BANISHING HAGAR AND HER SON WHICH WOULD HAVE CHANGED HISTORY DRASTICALLY IF SHE HADN’T..YOUR EXPLANATION CLEARED UP ALL DOUBTS THAT SARAH DID THE RIGHT THING,,,, SO THANK YOU ONCE AGAIN FOR CLARIFICATION OF A SEEMINGLY PERPLEXING ACTION IN OUR TORAH…..

  14. Sidney

    I heard that alternate interpretation of Rashi 25 years ago; and yes it apparently sounded plausible.

    (My comments below in no way reflect the message learned from the alternate way.)
    However, the alternate way is NOT plausible, upon further review.
    The source of this Rashi apparently is Midrash Rabbah (Bereishith) 32:6 (last sentence).
    This Midrash corresponds unambiguously to the traditional accepted reading of Rashi and NOT to the alternate way!

  15. Sharona Spivack

    Your insights into the Torah Portion are the highlight of my week and when I repeat what you have said I always preface it with a comment that these are not my words but Harry Rothenberg from Partners in Torah,however my family is still impressed.Sharona Spivack

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