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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: December 25th, 2015
Posted on: December 24th, 2015
"Well, in that case," said Itzik, "just tell Jake that I paid back the money and it was stolen.
Last Will and Testament
‘A Deathbed Request Is Considered Sealed And Delivered’
For the next seventeen years, every time they spoke and every time they were together, there was a certain wedge keeping them apart.
It is evident from the Gemara and from the berachah that Yaakov Avinu gave to Asher that properly honoring Shabbos is not only a great mitzvah, but sound financial advice as well.
While so doing the husband says, “This is your Get, please accept it, you are divorced from me as of this moment and you are free to marry another man.”
Occasionally, Shimon would enquire after their children and grandchildren but for many this was too painful as they had little or no contact with them, so he had learnt over the years who he could ask and who he shouldn’t.
HaShem wanted the Israelites to become a living testimony to the power of freedom.
He had always thought of Rothschild as a French citizen first and foremost.
This week closes sefer Breishit; How did we come so far from the ideal nation set up by Abraham?
Even if we do not see Hashem’s Hand it is there; sometimes hashgachah pratis is undeniably obvious
It is a time of dark shadows but we can use these shadows to explore and discover our own light.
Posted on: December 23rd, 2015
Did you ever wonder if Yosef and his brothers ever conclusively put their past friction to rest?
Posted on: December 22nd, 2015
With short, metaphoric, speeches to his sons-wrongly called blessings-Yakov conveys his take on life
We cannot ask God to listen if we continue to shut our ears to Him.
Posted on: December 18th, 2015
When you accept Torah and mitzvos upon yourself as an obligation, you simultaneously invest yourself with the strength to carry out the obligation.
Yakov realized there was a Divine plan all along; God did not inflict suffering on him for no reason
"Jews" are the descendants of "Yehudah" whose comes from "Todah" meaning thanks. Jews give "THANKS"
Posted on: December 17th, 2015
Although the Torah requires the Get to be delivered in front of two witnesses, the Torah, according to the Rambam, does not require the witnesses to sign the Get.
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