Anyway he gave it a try and got in the car and sure enough… the car started! He was surprised and asked the old man, how did you know what to do?
The MRI showed that our son had sustained a fractured skull and a double break in the arm that he had fallen on, it was truly a miracle. That arm had saved his life!
Ari took $200 out of his wallet. He said to two friends at the adjacent table: For the record, see that I'm lending Shalom $200.
The Torah is a book of great drama, why does the narrative ends with a seemingly-unnecessary story about a random conquest of some towns?
This week’s parshah, Matot-Masei- provides a powerful lens from the past to train on current events.
Was their recent commitment strong enough to prevail against this dramatic test?
No Israeli parent has the right to give birth to a child in Israel and NOT teach them why they live in Israel, why they are Jewish, why we came back to this land after 2000 years and why we need to defend it.
You can’t protest that you desire to be part of the Jewish community, that you espouse Jewish values, and at the same time marry a gentile woman and raise non-Jewish children. That, Mr. Feldman, is the definition of chutzpah.
The reason we can’t even see the temptation is that we are judging the generation according to our social climate.
Question: When reciting a berachah in English, does a person fulfill his obligation if he says “Hashem” instead of “L-rd” or “G-d”? Yosef
The Longest Mesechta? ‘We Shall Return To You…’ (Bava Basra 176b)
As your family came from France, it is likely that they were transported to Auschwitz and murdered there, he told us.
When does the obligation of mitzvah lekayem divrei ha’met apply, and how could it have improved Jill’s position?
It should, therefore, be deemed insufficient to oblige the defendant to take the Shevuat Heiset oath of denial.
The Gemara says that anyone who mourns the churban will merit seeing the nechama.
Mr. Gefen approached Rabbi Dayan and related the story. Can I take from the store what I deserve? asked Mr. Gefen.
Is Pinchas, the title character of this parsha, and Eliyahu, the prophet of Kings, really one and the same?
The challenge of these Three Weeks leading to Tisha b'Av? Learning to see the hope beyond the suffering,developing the vision of a healed world, so that we too can find the right words in our mouths to share our vision