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February 9, 2016 / 30 Shevat, 5776
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Naming Children (Part I)

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Just maybe, when I was given the name of Simcha, the intention was that I become a source of simcha, a source of joy for all of klal Yisrael. I always liked that thought.

(To be continued)

About the Author: Rabbi Cohen, a Jerusalem Prize recipient, is the author of eight sefarim on Jewish law. His latest, “Jewish Prayer the Right Way” (Urim Publications), is available at Amazon.com and select Judaica stores.


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