Question: My husband and I are frequent Shabbos guests at our children’s homes nearby. Where should I light Shabbos candles – in my home or theirs?
That understanding is enough to evoke terror in any man’s heart, and we can certainly understand why he didn’t move.
‘But You Were With Us…’
"I didn't knowingly damage," pointed out Mrs. Neuman. "I didn't intend to upset the table."
David was very saddened both at the untimely death of his good friend and also seeing how depressed his widow was.
The driver’s confidence waned a trifle and after a moment or two he admitted that he had in fact stolen the car from the yishuv Maaleh Adumim.
A judge must open the proceedings by urging the litigants to settle the dispute by way of compromise.
The media today tries to take advantage of this aspect of human nature by making stories sound sensational and as introducing it as breaking news.
With his combination of yeshiva and secular education, he was the ideal person to articulate Orthodox Judaism to a generation of Upper West Side, American-born men and women eager to accommodate Judaism with American culture and values.
After each Yom Tov, we walk away with a renewed connection to our families that carries us over from festival to festival, from year to year, generation to generation.
He should clarify how far afield from the basic issue of Russian interference the special prosecutor may roam in the course of trying to prove his case.
With this in mind, the Greater Jerusalem proposal could be the vehicle to turn things around.
Another goal is the establishment of community learning programs to promote regular contact and exchanges among women in their communities.
One of the proximate results of the Balfour Declaration was an influx of Jewish immigrants, primarily from Eastern Europe, which only served to exacerbate Arab opposition to the Declaration.
Each tear of our mother Rachel nurtures in our, her children’s, consciousness the sense of “smallness.” She “nurses” us with her tears.
There were hundreds of thousands of people wounded and all of them needed our care. We felt our mission was to restore hope for the people of Haiti.
Approximately 21 to 29 percent of patients prescribed opioids for chronic pain ultimately misuse them and about 80 percent of people who use heroin first misused prescription opioids.
I think Gymies’ success and the opening of the Space has to do with a worldwide trend toward leading a more wholesome life.
The prevailing theory of weight loss tells us that sticking to a diet should be easy: If you keep to your allotted food plan, drink eights cups of water daily, and steel yourself against the foods which tempt you, you’ll succeed.
My name. “Harvey” has been getting a bad rap in the media lately, but it doesn’t bother me because I know wiser minds look at the person behind the name rather than the name itself.
The Orchot Tzaddikim writes that when we do a mitzvah with a smile, it is worth a thousand times more than when we do it without one. So, with an easy and pleasant investment, the reward is immense
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