Viktoriya Sergeivna

Viktoriya Sergeivna, Born in Odessa Ukraine, Viktoriya has spent the majority of her life in Vancouver and considers it home. Viktoriya is passionate about her work as a Clinical Counsellor in mental health, and attempts to find some work/life balance through baking, rock-climbing and meeting new people. 

Viktoriya is grateful for communities like the Kollel which help people explore their roots and form new friendships!

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Shabbat Message

Extreme Effort = Good

This week’s Parsha begins with the words: “If you follow My statutes”.  Rashi clarifies that “following” here doesn’t mean to just follow (as in observe)

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Shabbat Message

Like the one you love

The Jewish people are like one large family – we may love each other, but it is not always so harmonious. We need to work

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Shabbat Message

How to be Holy

Kedoshim T’Hiyu: You shall be holy (Leviticus Chapter 19). In this Parsha, with the opening instruction to be holy, there are 51 commandments, most dealing

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Shabbat Message

When We Are Silent

In response to the death of his two sons, when Moses comforts Aaron, the Torah describes Aaron’s acknowledgement of what happened: וידם אהרן, “And Aaron

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