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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, August 19, 2017

Parsha

At the end of this week’s portion, when Miriam and Aaron are critical of their brother, Hashem appears to them confirming with regard to His servant Moses that in all Hashem’s household, there is none more faithful. And at the end of the Five Books of Moses, the Torah tells us, 'And Moshe died there, a servant (eved) of HaShem.' The Rabbis explain that the definition of an eved is 'someone who has the total possession of his master on him'   - it means total servitude and commitment to one's master. And so Moshe being called an eved was the greatest accolade possible and needed no more words.  This summarizes Moses’ relation with the Al-Mighty in a nutshell.

With regard to prophecy, Hashem confirms Peh el Peh, mouth to mouth do I speak to

In this week’s parsha (Numbers 8:1), Aaron is commanded to kindle the lights of the menorah, but a most unusual word is used in this connection - “behaaloscha” which, literally translated means “when you elevate” rather than “K’sheh tadlik” - “When you light.” 

There is a profound teaching therein. The menorah is symbolic of the Torah, and we must at all times bear in mind that studying the Torah is not just undertaking another study; observing the mitzvot is not just another life style, but

"May G-d bless thee and keep thee"

"May He cause His countenance to shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee"

"May HaShem lift His Face unto thee and grant thee peace" (Deut. 6: 23-26)

G-d conferred upon our patriarch Abraham the privilege of bestowing blessing "And you shall be a blessing..." (Genesis 12:2). That honor was passed on to Isaac and then to Jacob. In this week`s parsha, HaShem instructs Moshe to bequeath this privilege to Aaron and all his descendants - the Kohanim, in

One of the best-known paragraphs in the week’s portion of Nasso and perhaps in the entire Torah, is that of Birkat Kohanim - the Blessing of the Kohanim where the Torah states:  Hashem spoke to Moses saying: Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying: This is how you shall bless the children of Israel, saying to them: “May Hashem bless you and watch over you. May Hashem cause His countenance to shine upon you and favor you. May Hashem raise His countenance toward you and grant you peace.” They shall

If one asks,” who is greater, man or angel?”, one can expect many answers. 

We read this week in the opening portion of BeMidbar,  Hashem telling Moses that we should make camp with each person positioned by his flag according to the insignias (or otot signs or perhaps instructions) of our families. On this the Midrash comments that when Hashem revealed Himself on Mount Sinai, twenty-two thousand ministering angels came down… These angels were all assembled under banners.  When the Jewish