Question: Why does the chazzan reciting Shehecheyanu on Yom Kippur night?
Why would Hashem allow such a man to do teshuvah? And even more, why would Hashem change nature to save such a lowlife?
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‘The Only Poor In Israel Is The Subtly Wicked’
If, however, both borrowers have assets, all the laws of a guarantor apply and the lender may not collect the entire loan from the guarantor but must collect half from borrower.
Another peculiar event that has covered the news recently is the players of the NFL who refuse to honor the flag and national anthem.
Hashem has put me in the right place at the exact time. It was a true miracle.
Team members cared for the residents and guests and provided medical care and assessments as well as psychological first aid by members of the Psychotrauma and Crisis Response Unit.
Considering that I am not a youngster, I have to admit that change, especially of the unexpected sort, is most challenging.
Yom Kipper, the Day of Atonement, is the supreme moment of Jewish time, a day of fasting and prayer, introspection and self-judgment. At no...
Although the manuscripts of the Rebbe’s writings were brought to Israel many years ago, this publication reveals extensive new information on the details surrounding their burial and discovery.
Although the Tel Aviv bombing was one of the few occasions during the war when the Axis powers caused Jewish deaths in Eretz Yisrael, it has been largely forgotten.
G-d is merciful and loves his children more than we can understand. He isn’t interested in punishing just because we did wrong.
The disrespecting of the Star-Spangled Banner (and, by extension, our flag) by athletes who refuse to stand when it is played at sporting events is a broadside against one of the fundamental symbols of America.
It is time for the entire world to join us in demanding that Iran’s government end its pursuit of death and destruction.
They could send and receive mail in the concentration camps but not in the death camps.
Moses, when he saw the frenzied partying and dancing before the calf, threw down the tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments in a fit of rage, shattering them into small fragments.
A prickly, uncomfortable feeling was spreading through my chest and into my throat.
We let the children know that this was our time to recharge, reconnect, play, and perhaps enjoy a little quiet.
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