These three websites are a go-to to get that quick vort to make you sound like a pro.
Are you one of those people that always has a quick vort at the ready for any and every occasion? No? Then I guess you’re like the rest of us regular guys. When you have to speak at a simcha, do you pull out your trusty old, overused sefer or quickly call your sibling/nephew in yeshiva/old chavrusa?
If this sounds like a familiar scenario, let me suggest you check out these 3 great sites that cover a huge variety of topics and authors, and offer something for just about every occasion. In a matter of minutes, you can have your vort prepared – stress free!
With hundreds of posts on every parsha, you can choose from beginner, intermediate, and advanced vorts. With posts from Rabbi Yissocher Frand, Rabbi Berel Wein, Rabbi Mordechai Kamenetzky, among many others, you will definitely find something up your alley.
2. Torah Tavlin
Since 2001, Torah Tavlin Weekly has been producing a weekly parsha sheet plus one for every Yom Tov. They include vorts, inspiring stories, incredible parables, quotes, and short halachic essays from great gedolim.
3. Short Vort
With 2,000 vorts, if you are looking for something to say at your Shabbos table, or have been asked to speak at a simcha and need some inspiration, you can get it here. Need an engaging story? They have it. You can also submit your original vorts to share with others on the site!
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