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Rebbetzin Jungreis’s Viewpoint
Posted on: June 25th, 2015
Less clear, however, is whether the concept applies to the area of civil law such as the law of transfer of property.
The greatest of men, Moshe, had to wait for Hashem to sprinkle purifying waters on Bnei Yisrael to mark the conclusion of the period of death.
My Plate, My Food
‘My Loaf Is Forbidden To You’
Of Chukkim “Satan and the nations of the world made fun.” They may appear irrational & superstitious
I realized from this story that I was sent as a messenger from above. Hashem has many helpers in this world to help do his work.
Tosafos answers that nevertheless the sprinkling is a part of his taharah process.
"What difference does that make?" replied Shraga. "What counts is the agreement that we made. I said two hundred fifty and you accepted."
What was Moses thinking when he struck the rock?
Posted on: June 24th, 2015
Zaidie’s legacy of smiles and loving words was all but buried with him, now the family fights over $
Israel's complaining frustrated Moshe, making it increasingly hard for him to lead effectively
Posted on: June 19th, 2015
Dovid's musical Torah teachings were designed to penetrate the soul and the emotions.
It occurred to me, as my brain rattled in my skull on a two-hundred mile ride through rural Virginia, that our souls work in much the same way.
Essential principle of arguments for Heaven's sake is recognizing no 1 person has monopoly on truth
Heaven answered Moshe dramatically. He was proved right. End of revolt. End of story- Not at all...
Posted on: June 18th, 2015
Jews are again confronted by enemies threatening us. Whom are we to turn to? Hashem, our Father
I had imagined it was my mother who would probably miss us the most. But what do we really know about what is happening?
Not As An Asmachta?
“An Asmachta [In Beis Din] Does Acquire”
"Is the invoice signed by the students?" asked the principal. "They said they didn't get the pizza."
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