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The Life Of A Jester

“And what was your grandfather’s name?” asked the visitor. “The same as my name,” replied the child.

Never Told A Lie

The trial was the next day and he hadn’t as yet told the family what he would do.

The Earthquake (Conclusion)

The man was overjoyed to see his benefactor and gave them food and water besides shelter and safety.

The Earthquake (Part Three)

Because of this I wandered about and found friends in similar situations who were also unhappy and I began to hang out with them.

The Greatness Of Charity

While he slept, he dreamed of Eliyahu HaNavi, who was trying to awaken him from his sleep.

The Convert

He lacked for nothing materialistic and could have lived the rest of his life, had he chosen to, in the luxury and laziness that dominated the Roman upper class life.

The Esrogim

When the soldiers heard this they exclaimed happily: “You mean this is the sacred Jewish fruit? Hurry, get on the horse. You are coming with us to the palace.”

The Shofar Signal To G-d

Dug out beneath his bunk was a little chest which he guarded with his very life. It contained a small Sefer Torah, miniature size, but kosher, and a shofar.

Shlomo HaMelech and The Three Brothers

“You can have your choice,” said the wise king. “You can choose to take this gold, 100 pieces each, or I can give you each three pieces of advice.”

Stories About Tzedakkah

He followed her advice and, before departing, the rabbanim offered him a bracha. “Aba Yudin, may the Lord return your wealth, for all the kind deeds you do.”

Charity Saves

“When I asked why she cried so much she said she came from a very religious home and feared she would be sold to a non-Jew and forced to convert.

Destruction

And so the enemy burst into the Sanctuary and set up a stand on the Temple Mount.

The Bashert

When the young man awoke, he did not know where he was. As he looked around, the princess looked out and saw him.

Im Yirtzeh Hashem

Entering the city he visited the cattle market and saw two parei adumah untouched by any harness.

No Evil For Good

Every night he would go out in the darkness and dig for hours until the waters began to rise, and watering places for the weary and thirsty came into being.

The Wonder Of G-d’s World

Do you wonder at times what possible purpose some little insect might have for being?

Rabi Shimon Bar Yochai

Twelve years went by until Eliyahu HaNavi came to the entrance of the cave and exclaimed, “The Roman emperor has died and all of his decrees have become void. You are no longer under a death sentence.”

Answering The Doubters

Certainly, the Jewish leader, even more than the layman, must have his answers and explanations ready at all times

Moshe’s Staff

“You speak foolishly, daughter, how is it possible for a man who has not eaten for 10 years to live?”

Mordechai And The Mute

When Bnei Yisrael returned to their homeland they were a poor and weak group of people. Because of the great number of enemies and wild animals that had inhabited the land during their exile, they huddled together in a few areas, like Yerushalayim, in order to find protection.

The Writing On The Wall

In the midst of his merrymaking, the king ordered his servants to bring out the golden vessels that were taken from the Beit HaMikdash by his father Nevuchadnezzar. The king and his men drank from them and praised the gods of gold and silver.

Daniel And The Idol

Although Daniel was the chief minister in Bavel, he could not eradicate the custom practiced in many provinces of worshipping idols. In the capital city there was a statue of Baal and more and more people began to worship it. Even the king was beginning to believe in its power.

Thrown Into The Fire

Through the influence of Daniel, one of Nevuchadnezar’s ministers, his three companions, Chananiah, Mishael and Azariah were appointed as governors over various provinces in Bavel.

The Story Of Daniel

In the third year of the reign of Yehoyakim, melech Yehuda, Nevuchadnezzar, melech Bavel, lay siege to Yerushalayim and conquered it. He took many treasures from the Beis HaMikdash back with him to the land of Shinar.

The Treasure

In the city of Antioch there lived a man of remarkable generosity by the name of Aba Yehudah. He was a man who gave to all, whenever there was a need. Rabi Yehoshua and several other rabbanim arrived in the city one day on an urgent mission to collect money for the unfortunate needy. They knew that Aba Yehudah always gave a generous contribution so they looked forward to seeing him.

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