Wow! Eight years of AIMeM and still going strong! Thanks to all of you for your continued support. Whether you read, listen, or distribute, every contributor to the proliferation of the divrei Torah is doing a tremendous service to us and Klal Yisrael.
Summer has begun and it is time once again for the annual Summer of Subscribers (
SOS) project. For those of you who don't remember from last year, or are new subscribers, here is how SOS works: Every year during the summertime, we set aside a few weeks for subscribers to submit their own Divrei Torah. Check out the list of parshiyos at the conclusion of this email, pick a week, and send in your Dvar Torah. We will then email it and post it to the AIMeM blog. Every year, we have a few subscribers write in, some repeats and some new. This is your chance to have your Dvar Torah sent out and read by over 200 people! Divrei Torah can be written in someone's memory or honor, or just to share your Torah thoughts with the world. And with our new base on parshasheets.com, your dvar Torah is reaching more people than ever before.
The podcast platform will be available as well! A few subscribers took advantage of this last year and it was a big hit. Send in an audio file (preferably mp3) of your Dvar Torah, and we will post it to the website (hashkafahandbook.com) and on Apple Podcasts! (If you need help editing or formatting, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate.)
If you are interested in contributing, please let us know anytime between now and the week you are interested in. (The earlier the better!) Latest time to reserve a spot is the Wednesday morning of that week. You can send in just a written version, just an audio version, or both! You don't need to worry about editing, formatting, posting, or any of the technical stuff, that will all be taken care of. For more information, please ask. All submissions are subject to final approval by AIMeMTorah.
We hope that everyone will get involved in this project. We enjoy it because it helps us get a better idea of the style of Divrei Torah our readers prefer, while also allowing our readers to share their thoughts with the general readership. Not to mention the Summer vacation we receive!
We are very excited to offer you the same zchus we have each week, the opportunity to share words of Torah with people all over the world.
Thank you for your continued support and have a wonderful summer!
Available Parshiyos: (and the Tuesday date of that week- Wednesday morning is the latest time to reserve)
Parshas Pinchas (July 3)
Parshas Mattos- Masei (July 10)
Parshas Devarim (July 17)
Tisha Bav (by Thursday July 19)
Parshas Vaeschanan (August July 25- Wednesday)
Parshas Eikev (July 31)
Parshas Re'eh (August 7)
Parshas Shoftim (August 14)
Parshas Ki Seitzei (August 21)