A very sad reality exists today: Not only contemptuous children who are abusive and denigrate their parents but parents-and extended family- very often guilty of the same negative behavior
Why do we dress as we do? Why do we wear clothes at all? Because, as the expression goes, "clothes make the man," for example, the vestments of the Kohen Gadol.
Question: If someone heard Megillat Esther in shul and later reads it at home for his wife and family, must he recite the blessings?
The irrevocable consequences of taking a false Modeh Bemiktztat oath of partial admission would deter him from employing such delay tactics.
Barry brought over the motorized bike, and Saul put it away in a spare room. A month later, Barry returned. A week passed and he did not come to pick up his bike.
What Was She Thinking?
‘I Did So Only To Please My Husband’
(Bava Basra 49b)
He was used to my premonitions. So I called my labor coach she said she would bring her car close to where I was staying.
The whole purpose of any holiday is for one to separate from the vanities of the world and [cling] to Hashem and His Torah.
Donald Trump’s election was a complete surprise to many. In fact every poll predicted that he would lose. How were they all so wrong?
In parshat Tetzaveh, for once Moses, the hero, the leader, the liberator, the lawgiver, is offstage. Instead our focus is on his elder brother Aaron who, elsewhere, is often in the background.
Granted, these might be additional reasons to celebrate, but isn’t life a much greater reason?
According to Jewish law and indeed any law, the best way to avoid such unpleasant situations is to be very specific in the contract of sale.
Some tips from Megillas Esther that can help with compulsive eating, and in general with behaviors we would like to modify. But remember, have a freilichen Purim!
"The Jewish nation's bonds to Jerusalem are perhaps the deepest there have ever been in history between a people and a city."
It hit me like a baseball bat on my head. I had been sitting next to Red Smith, the legendary sports columnist who knew Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Ty Cobb and other baseball greats.
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He collaborated with many of the leading librettists and lyricists of his era and created dozens of Broadway musicals and Hollywood films in a career that lasted more than four decades.
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