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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: May 19th, 2016
The Hebrew word for coincidence is 'mikreh.' It comes from “karah min Hashem – it happened from G-d.” G-d arranges our footsteps.” You must only learn how to listen.
Posted on: May 18th, 2016
Posted on: May 17th, 2016
The Torah is telling us something here: Though we may sometimes act too rashly, there are times when rash action is the only way to prevent a complete catastrophe.
Posted on: May 15th, 2016
The difference between becoming widowed and becoming a divorcee is the former evokes compassion while the latter suffer differently enduring gossip
Posted on: May 13th, 2016
Yearning and striving for holiness is a testament to one's love and devotion to the Creator.
“These days of counting are similar to the days of Chol HaMoed that are in between the first and last day of Sukkos . . .”
As Jews became defined by religion, Christians could work to convert them--You can change your religion but you cannot change your race
Posted on: May 12th, 2016
"I'll deal with Levi later," said Reuven. "I'll explain to him that my brother needs it."
The Recanted Testimony
‘A Solitary Witness Said To Him’
The answer to this question is based on understanding the connection one Jew has to another.
Question: What if someone counted the Omer but forgot to utter the blessing – has he fulfilled his obligation? Also, why is a blessing necessary altogether? There is no blessing for the counting of the zayin nekiyim.
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Since we daven Shacharis and Musaf together, perhaps they are considered one tefillah.
The parents, by straining the tolerance of their children to the breaking point, pushed them to the brink of disrespect.
Apart from that, the Oneg was a great success with inspiring divrei Torah and singing until late.
No marriage has lasted so long, been so deep in its commitment and so overwhelming in its love as the one between the Jews and their homeland-more than 3,500 years and going strong.
Posted on: May 11th, 2016
Posted on: May 10th, 2016
In this week’s parsha, the Torah further develops the statement that opens Parshat Kedsohim, the need to be 'Kadosh.'
The new prayer, titled "Al Hanisim le'Yom Haatzamaut" (For the Miracles for the Day of Independence), was composed by Chief Rabbi Ben-Tzion Spitz, and Dr. Avi Shmidman
Posted on: May 9th, 2016
The 'Mouse' that roars...
Posted on: May 6th, 2016
The sign of the powerful bull (shor) is symbolic of Iyar (Taurus), while the part of the body representative of the month is the neck.
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