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Young Israel of East Northport Weekly Newsletter   

MESSAGE FROM RABBI CHINSKEY:

 

Parshas: NOACH

There are many things in the world that we think are simple but are truly complex.

Noach was a righteous man; he was blameless in his generations; Noah walked with G-d” In this weeks Parsha we meet Noach. The Passuk describes how Noach was the only righteous person who found grace in the eyes of G-d. The entire world was judged to be destroyed while Noach, because of his righteousness, was able to save himself and his entire family. However, the commentaries ask the following question on the Passuk that describes his uprightness. Why is it that when describing his righteousness does the verse use the plural form of generations? Shouldn’t it say in his generation in the singular? Rashi provides two separate answers. His first answer is the plural use is praise for Noach. That if he was righteous in this wicked generation how much more righteous would he have been had he been in a different generation. Or it is used to disparage Noach. That only in this generation was he righteous, but had he been in the generation of Avarahm for example he would have just been average. Either way Rashi’s answer then to the question is to look at Noach not only in the context of his own generation but all the generations that were to come in history.


The Noam Elimelech one of the great Chassidic Masters takes a different route. He writes that Noach’s righteousness was very unique. He was the type of Tzaddik that no matter what generation he would have ended up in, he would have understood their issues, problems and struggles. Any group that Noach would have ended up with he would have led them as they needed. In this way Noach’s righteousness extended to all generations as he was complete selfless and dedicated to the other.

 

 

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