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I’m Never Wrong

Even if the Egyptians prided themselves on ingenuity and advancements, they had to know they were most likely wrong when it came to accurately knowing when midnight was.

I Paid The Promissory Note This Morning – But Forgot To Take The Note...

As we have seen, a debtor is not believed if he says he repaid the loan prior to the maturity date.

Daf Yomi

Don’t Tread On Me ‘If One Consulted A Sage, He May Not Consult Another’ (Avodah Zarah 7a)

The Succor Of Suffering

For all the good we hopefully do in the world, we often come up lacking; our prayers are distracted, we're a bit short with the beggar, we sometimes slip with our tongues.

Encouragement

We know that the measure of goodness is greater than that of punishment.

Should The Chazzan Say ‘Ga’al Yisrael’ Out Loud? (Part IV)

Question: In the course of my travels, I have discovered that some chazzanim say “Ga’al Yisrael” right before Shemoneh Esreh aloud while others say it with their voices fading. Is one practice correct and the other incorrect? M. Goldman

Why Do We Light Shabbos Candles?

What growth can we achieve through the mitzvah of lighting special candles for Shabbos? What lesson does Hashem want us to learn from this mitzvah?

Chesed And Rachamim In Our Lives (Part One)

More eternal wisdom from Rebbetzin Jungreis, a”h. This week considering how to become an agent of chesed (compassion) and rachamim (mercy).

TORAH SHORTS: Parshat Bo: Self-inflicted Escalating Punishments

Pharaoh's stubbornness dooms Egypt. Had he let the Jews go at the first request, Egypt would have been spared from all the pain, death and destruction--the blame is his, neither Israel's nor G-d's

What to do with IT

Understanding time, tefillin, and Torah and how they inexorably lead to: Empowerment

Redeeming Relevance: Parshat Bo: When the Lights GO OFF

How did the Jews find grace in the eyes of the Egyptians, receiving gifts from their Egyptian neighbors as they left, when they were perceived as the source of all the plagues and destruction?

Parshat Vaeira

The Civil War was a conventional war with large massed armies arrayed against each other in set battles. These battles were more or less governed by accepted rules of war.

The Rubashkin Saga – IX

While we rejoice at the recent release of Shalom Mordechai Rubashkin from prison, the series continues this month and beyond.

Moses – The Successful Failure

What was Moshe's secret that enabled him to continue to fight for his goals, in spite of everything, and succeed where so many others would have failed? The answer is simple: he knew how to lose.

Q & A: Should The Chazzan Say ‘Ga’al Yisrael’ Out Loud? (Part III)

Question: In the course of my travels, I have discovered that some chazzanim say “Ga’al Yisrael” right before Shemoneh Esreh aloud while others say it with their voices fading. Is one practice correct and the other incorrect? M. Goldman

Go Away Lender! This Land Is Mine. I Bought It From Your Borrower...

The justification for this is that a third-party purchaser has the ability to find out whether the land he is buying is encumbered by a lien.

Equal In The Eyes Of The Law (Shevuot 30a)

There is nothing more stultifying to the presentation of one’s case than a judge who allows one party to talk as long as he or she likes and cuts the other party off after a few words.

Daf Yomi

Was She Really Married? ‘One Said Two… The Other Said Three…’ (Shevuos 48a)

Educational Damage

When they finished talking, David said: I acknowledge that I was wrong, but Rabbi Bloch still had no right to break my phone. He owes me for the repair.

The Mysterious Cellphone Contact

Getting ready for Pesach is actually an amazing opportunity to have a really positive experience getting ready for an awesome chag!

Being Like Hashem

This story is compelling because Ford didn’t care about anyone but himself. He didn’t choose to be kind.

The Cup Of Hope

Only later did I discover the real significance of Elijah’s cup, and found, as so often, that the truth is no less moving than the stories we learned as children.

Time To Reach Out To Our Father (Conclusion)

Rebbetzin Jungreis, a”h, sharing her hard-earned wisdom on the truth that anti-Zionism is in fact the same anti-Semitism by another name

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