Welcome To The Torah Palace
Come and explore the halls of Torah
In our windows, halls and rooms, you will find numbers or words to click on. Questions on Torah will appear on a form that you fill out and click on the "submit" button. Your answers will automatically be e-mailed to the Torah Palace. Points for correct answers you have made will be tabulated. You do not have to finish the entire game in one session, each question can be worked on at different times. Be careful with your answers, only the first answer will be accepted from each question! Parents can help by teaching you, and reading the script to you but they can not do the answers for you! Your points act as "tickets" to a raffle. Also, first, second, third, and fourth place prizes will be given to those with the most points. Comments are welcome please click on to the "Contact Torah Palace" link at the bottom of this page.
Torah Palace Grand Raffle will G-d Willing be on the 24th of Teves, January 21st 2020.
The age limit is up to and including 12.
This game is in the merit of
Rabbi Chaim Schneer Zalman Baris Z"L
It is through many tears, and a shaking hand, that I write this to you. I simply can not believe that the Yeshiva just escorted you on your final journey. While your destination, and place in Gan Eden, is guaranteed; Your presence is already missed deeply.
Over the years, many people have asked me what my relationship with you is. To some I answered that you were my friend since kindergarten, your mivtzoim partner of 15 years, while to others I said that I was your employer. In truth, I really always looked at myself as your student.
From you, I learned (or at least saw an example):
1) How to love each Yid and Talmid
2) How to treasure family and friends.
3) How to live Chassidus and truly serve Hashem
4) Deep Hiskashrus and anticipation for Geula
5) Unlimited optimism about life and "the future of Lubavitch"
6) How love and structure blend as one in Chinuch
7) How to connect with my own children.
8) How to gain the respect of all groups of Yidden without compromising your principles.
To sum it up: What it means to be EMES! There is an expression: "Truth will never go out of style, because it is never in style!". You did not care about the style of the times, you only cared about emes and it showed and impacted all around you. The Hayom yom of today: " revered father, the Rebbe [Rashab], once said: “A chassid creates an environment. " That is you!
Dearest Zalmy: They do not need people of Emes in Olam Haemes, we need you here with us in the world of sheker. You were the moral compass for hundreds of people. Whether we were your classmates or teachers, we are all your students. I know it is against your nature to demand and scream, but please do so - in front of the Kisei Hakavod - on our behalf!
I can't wait to continue the Farbrengen that never seemed to end every time we spoke.........
With love and tears
Gershy (Rabbi Gershon Avson)
Myra Ginsburg, a caring and loving mother and friend to many.
Larry Ageloff A"H whos life was filled with kindness and caring for others.
Akiva Harlow A"H A man who sacrificed a great deal for his belief in Hashem
Barbara Sternstein A"H, a great high school English teacher
Yankel Ziskind A"H and Steven Malofsky A"H
Each of them one of a kind full of heart and soul one with Hashem!
Rabbi Moshe Rubin Z"L
A devoted and dedicated Lubavitch
Chasid, Reb Moshe's warmth, “vertlach” and insights were beloved
and popular in all Montreal shuls and circles. Reb Moshe shared his treasured aphorisms stories/vertlach
at farbrengens, casual encounters, and drivers all over Montreal who’d offer him a ‘lift.’
Orley Kantz A"H, a young lady who inspired many with her great middos,
Eli Ageloff, a dedicated father and grandfather who helped his family return to Judaism.
Francis Ageloff A"H, a woman who showed great compassion,
David and Roslyn Brein A"H, who were great parents,
Joan Feldman A"H, the foundation of her family,
Baruch Ben Shlomo A"H, a great and loyal brother,
Chaim Tzvi ben Pinchos Ruvain A"H and Sarah Ita bas Zev A"H, loving parents and grandparents,
Gabriel and Rivka Holtzberg A"H, and all the martyrs
of the Chabad House in Mumbai India A"H
whose sacrifice is an ongoing catalyst for many good deeds.
Esther Aidel (Rubin) Cohen A"H
Esty’s character reflected in her name, Aidel- a genuine, refined, modest woman with an
aristocratic spirit, regal like Queen Esther. She shined from an early age, showing a deep love
and appreciation of learning and was a dedicated and loving mother to her children & family.
Allan Stein A"H, a good father, artist, counselor to many, and who served his country well.
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