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Dvartorah - Parshas Toldos - Very Much Our Struggle
by Rabbi Label Lam

"Eisav was a man who knew how to hunt; a man of the field. Yitzchak loved Eisav because he (Eisav) trapped (him) with his mouth". (Breishis 25:27-28)
"Eisav said; “Here I am about to die what good is the birthright to me?” He ate. He drank. He got up and left. He thus rejected the birthright". (Breishis 25:32—34)

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Toledos
Genesis 25:19-28:9

1. AND THE BOYS GREW UP. AND ESAU WAS A HUNTER - A MAN OF THE FIELD. AND JACOB WAS A SCHOLARLY MAN ... (25:27)
Jacob and Esau. Jewish tradition sees them as opposites. Jacob? Spiritual. A man of learning. Esau? Materialistic. Aggressive. Violent.

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Toledot
Genesis 26:17-22
by Stephen M Wylen

Isaac dug anew the wells which had been dug in the days of his father Abraham and which the Philistines had stopped up after Abraham's death; and he gave them the same names that his father had given them ...

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A Summary of Toldot
Gen. 25:18- 28:9
by Rabbi Yaakov Fogelman

Toldot is the tale of Yitzchak, Rivka, and their twins, Yaakov and Esav; it ends with newly-blessed Yaakov fleeing to Lavan in Aram, to escape his big brother Esav's murderous revenge and learn about life.

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Parshas Toldos
Malachi 1:1-2:7
by Rabbi Dovid Siegel

This week's haftorah warns the Jewish people to cherish their relationship with Hashem and never to take advantage of it. Although we enjoy a special closeness with Hashem, we are reminded to approach Him with reverence at all times.

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Dvar for Toldot
Genesis 25:19-28:9
by Shlomo Ressler

Parshat Toldot tells the story of Yaakov (Jacob) and Esav, two brothers that couldn't be any more different. When their father Yitzchok (Isaac) decides that it's time to bless his two sons, Yaakov ends up getting the better of the two blessings.

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