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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: March 24th, 2016
What was sacrifice in Judaism and why does it remain important, at least as an idea, even today?
Eretz Yisrael is a land of magic, a land where G-d Himself resides another proof that He has not forsaken us
Posted on: March 23rd, 2016
How can a modern day reader of Torah, understand and relate to the concept of animal sacrifices, Korbanot?
Amalek is seared into Jewish consciousness as the ultimate enemy of Israel and the source of Haman
Posted on: March 22nd, 2016
Some background-History, Halacha, hidden truths. Happy Purim to all!
Vayikra, unlike Shemot, is not really about revelation. It's about the daily struggle to raise man above his own physicality.
The entire Book of Esther's a story of masks-Esther, Mordechai, and Haman-even God-conceal something
Posted on: March 20th, 2016
Purim gives us a framework to understand our lives and remain optimistic in the midst of all the darkness
Purim's lesson, relevant today & always, is about our belief that God is always present in our lives
Posted on: March 18th, 2016
It's nice to step back and appreciate the mitzvah in a fresh and minimalist way.
"You are my witnesses, says the Lord. I am G-d."
It helps us live with the reality that what we do have comes from His never-ending kindness.
Posted on: March 17th, 2016
She Ate Unwittingly
‘If She Married A Kohen She Eats Terumah’
We were pleasantly surprised, just after my wife lit the Shabbos candles, when Sonja’s face lit up and she exclaimed, “I remember my mother doing that!”
"But when you buy two items, each one costs less," reasoned Mrs. Simcha. "How can you say that Mr. Sasson's was full cost and ours half-price?!"
Question: Taking into account the fact that one might have to travel on Purim day, may one make one’s Purim se’udah on Purim eve?
No Name Please
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.
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