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You might want to try shortvort.com - it is a website full of very nice, small divrei Torah covering the full gamut of Jewish thought. You can submit a 'vort' here where it also lists the site's policy.


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While your description is rather vague, I believe that you will discover a fair degree of success on Judaism Codidact's "Divrei Torah" section.


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You can access it all on the Otzar site here EDIT You can also access it for free on the National Library of Israel here. In addition, some kehillos (congregations) include the special Selichos for Children's Illnesses as part of the service which can be accessed free from Artscroll here.


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Rav Michel Feinstein has a set of sefarim on Taharos. There is also Sidrei Taharos.


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You might want to consider the following: Rav Yaakov Ades has a sefer called Divrei Yaakov Rav Yaakov Chagiz has a sefer called Eitz Chaim


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Try eichelers here ,seems to be in stock: https://www.eichlers.com/malbim-on-mishley-pocketsize-hardcover-f280-9.html


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Accordance, which is available for purchase online (there's also a free version that gives you some text access, but I don't recall how much), allows these kinds of searches. For example, in the picture below, I looked for all verbs in Miketz and sorted them by hits by root (you can see the frequency in percentage, or make a pie chart, ...). You can then see ...


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The closest thing I have seen to what you are describing is Alhatorah's concordance graph. It graphs frequency of roots across different books in Tanach (although not parashiot, as far as I can tell). Also, their concordance is the best one that I am aware of online - try it out with different roots, forms, and play around with the settings to learn more. ...


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A good introduction book I read was Kabbalah For Dummies by Arthur Kurzweil.


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To get a basic understanding of the Kabbalistic ideas discussed in Sifrei Chassidus, שפתי חן is a fantastic Sefer that I have found tremendously beneficial for my learning of Chassidus, and it has also given a good foundation to build on for Kabbalah in general. There are shiurim available from Rabbi Yoni Levin through the YU Torah website, but the shiur ...


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