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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: March 17th, 2016
According to the Shach, the prohibition against erka’ot akum does not apply when Jewish litigants agree to litigate in front of a named non-Jewish judge.
Magazine estimates that during this time his wealth increased at the rate of a million dollars an hour.
This is the parshah we read on Purim morning, before we read the Megillah. Therefore, if a person missed Parshas Zachor, he can make it up for it on Purim with the leining of parshas Vayavo Amalek.
“Noch azoy ah churbon"--after such slaughter (the Holocaust) we must kiss every living Jew and embrace him with love”
Vayikra, the Torah’s middle book, gives the critical light to the Torah's other books around it.
Posted on: March 16th, 2016
Aleph Beta helps us learn how to read the perplexing book of Leviticus.
Posted on: March 13th, 2016
The quality of our prayers may have to take precedence over quantity, some may no longer work for us
Posted on: March 11th, 2016
When a lion roars, who is not afraid?
At its worst, nearly 200,000 'fare-beaters' daily entered NY City's transit system without paying
Posted on: March 10th, 2016
What is the exact meaning of amen and where does the word come from?
Filling In The Blanks
‘Esrog Similar To A Tree In Three Ways…’
"Similarly, aside from the amount that is certain, you don't know whether anything more was put in the container." (C.M. 75:9)
Frank didn’t create the process; he doesn’t even know which ingredients go into the mixture.
A person is only rewarded for listening to Hashem’s command if he does so with the intention to do so.
The fact that I was in a hurry made me think I should just take the card from him and open it for him.
Like our bodies, our souls were not made for sitting still. We were made for moving, learning, searching, striving, growing
Parshat Pekudei concludes the book of Exodus, known for its great stories. What did they teach us?
The Rebbetzin, mistaken for a singer, was asked to perform on Israeli army bases-she gave the soldiers a life changing performance!
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