“Yeah. break those bones. Crack. Crack. Splatter goes me. Hee, hee, hee. And then. . . and then, they take me to the hospital.
He handed it to me and hmm… yes, it was definitely a private check book left unattended, with a woman’s name, address, and phone number printed at the top.
"I understand you point of view," said the brother, "but if seems wrong to me. I'd like to consult Rabbi Dayan on this."
How do we teach rachamim? To impart new values to our sons and daughters, we ourselves must change
Truly knowing God isn't just a matter of national relationship, most importantly it's a personal one
Yitro may well be the prototype of the righteous gentile, maintaining a distinct non-Jewish identity
Tefillah is not voluntary or something we do when we feel like it. It is one of the 613 mitzvos.
Many spiritually inclined people write daily gratitude lists, giving thanks for the seemingly most mundane things.
So dedicated to the letter of the law, some have unintentionally caused the degradation of Halacha.
What is the exact meaning of amen and where does the word come from? David H. (Via E-Mail)
Futures ‘A Matter As Of Yet Non-Existent’ (Gittin 42b)
The problem is, the Torah doesn’t really take such a kind view of being too involved with the temporal world.
"Is there any ethical issue in accepting the enhanced offer of the second employer?" asked Nate.
Rashi interprets the word “Ki” as "even though,” or "despite" (similar to the use of “Ki Karov Hu,” specifying that G-d did not lead the Jewish people through the land of the Philistines even though it was closer).
I believe that not all agree with the opinion of the Ran and Rabbeinu Tam that the rule of af ha’eim hayu b’osah haneis applies to the obligation to eat three seudos with lechem mishneh.
The first 30 years of the State of Israel allowed many to see God in history
Hashgacha pratis, or personal intervention, is very different. This refers to Hashem’s personal involvement in a nation’s or a person’s life.
The day finally came, and with great anticipation and joy, both Einat and her husband went to the hospital.
In Parshat Beshalach (Exodus 13:17-17:16) we're introduced to a nation of whiners and complainers. After years of slavery, the Israelites are finally a free...
“Rebbetzin, I’m suffering from date burnout If everyone has a bashert, why is it taking me so long?”