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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: April 28th, 2016
The first and perhaps broadest permitted category is known as “Tzorach HaMoed,” meaning work that enhances the joy of Chol HaMoed.
“Please, Rebbetzin, give me a berachah that I should never forget to cry for the Beis HaMikdash. I’m so afraid I will forget and become oblivious to its loss. "
Posted on: April 27th, 2016
Jews of the exile cannot truly understand Passover, a festival of national faith, of a free people returning from exile to their home.
Posted on: April 22nd, 2016
The song only became popular with Sephardic and Mizrachi Jews much later, and it was eventually translated into Ladino, Arabic and other languages. But what is it doing in our haggadah?
The Passover legacy contributed to the foundation of the culture, justice and liberty of the USA, and the support of the American people towards the Jewish state.
Posted on: April 21st, 2016
Though dozens of beautiful and memorable Pesachs have passed since that fateful chag thirty-five years ago, the memory of that tragic Yom Tov is forever engrained in our family’s collective memory.
Stopping there, the Jewish people looked up and saw the Egyptians chasing after them.
First, the makka occurred on the first night of Pesach, not on Erev Pesach. Why, then, fast on Erev Pesach?
Polite And Respectful
‘It Is Audacious To Appoint One’s Father A Shliacht’
Question: What is the minimum amount of matzah a person must consume if he finds eating it difficult? Additionally how absolute is the requirement not to eat anything after the afikoman?
Since this action is for the other person's clear benefit, you are considered a 'self-appointed' agent.
Most Jews are not naïve but liberals who want to believe in a higher civilization –one that shuns cruelty and barbaric savagery, therefore they refuse to learn from our past.
Pesach, the holiday that symbolizes the formation of the Jewish people, reminds us that sometimes we need to remove the evil inclination entirely so as not to fall victim to it.
Posted on: April 20th, 2016
What shall we be free of this Pesach? It is the holiday of Freedom, isn’t it?
Posted on: April 15th, 2016
Witnessing the ten plagues, that spark was fanned into a roaring flame of faith, and they woke up, until they actually lived based on that faith. How?
In this week's portion, the man, having been officially declared impure, is now ready for the end of his nightmare beginning his process of purification,
Posted on: April 14th, 2016
I was dumbstruck. I couldn’t help but laugh. Here we thought the idea was my husband’s but obviously the idea came from somewhere else.
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