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Belated Yom Kippur Reflections

Rav Kviat asks what is meant by “sisu v’simchu b’Simchas Torah – rejoice and be joyous on Simchas Torah.” Why “sisu” and “simchu”?

Q & A: To Wait Or Not Wait?

Question: After the shliach tzibbur says “Barchu,” should he then say “Baruch Hashem Hamevorach…” in unison with the congregation or wait for the congregation to say it and then repeat it? Zelig Aronson

Q & A: Sacrifices In Messianic Times

Question: I have heard that in the time of Moshiach we will continue to offer sacrifices. But aren’t we are told that these will be times without sin? Menachem Via e-mail

Q & A: How Are We Permitted To Dance On Simchat Torah?

Question: I recently learned that one may not dance or clap hands on Shabbat or Yom Tov. If so how do we dance on Simchat Torah? Aryeh Josefsohn via e-mail

Q & A: Sitting In A Sukkah

Question: Why do we sit in a sukkah? Is one allowed to travel during Sukkos to a place where no sukkah is available? Moshe Jakobowitz Brooklyn, NY

Q & A: Shema Koleinu (Part II)

Question: When the cantor says Shema Koleinu during the High Holiday season, he skips several lines during the interactive recitation. Why? A Reader Wilkes Barre, PA

Q & A: Shema Koleinu (Part I)

Question: When the cantor says Shema Koleinu during the High Holiday season, he skips several lines during the interactive recitation. Why? A Reader Wilkes Barre, PA

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Conclusion)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part XV)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part XIV)

Question: How do we know there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part XIII)

Question: How do we know there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part XII)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part XI)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part X)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part IX)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part VIII)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part VII)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part VI)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part V)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a world to come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part IV)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a World to Come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part III)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a World to Come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part II)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a World to Come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: The Hereafter – Olam Haba (Part I)

Question: How do we know that there is an olam haba – a World to Come? L. Papirmeister

Q & A: Was The Torah Ever Forgotten?

Question: The Gemara (Sukkah 20a) states that the Torah was forgotten for a period of time. This seems to be quite difficult to understand. Weren't the people of earlier generations greater than those of later generations? Zvi Simon (Via e-mail)

Q & A: Why No Shehecheyanu Before Counting The Omer? (Part II)

Question: I have long wondered why we don’t say Shehecheyanu when we start counting the Omer. Can you explain the reasoning behind this practice? M. Schwartz

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