Meir Panim delivers warmth, special care to families in need.
Posted on: June 20th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
Crowded into their ghettos and suffering legal disabilities that make today’s claims of discriminations pale into insignificance, the German Jews suffered poverty and wretchedness.
Posted on: June 13th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
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.
Posted on: June 6th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
One of the greatest opponents was a certain wealthy man who did all that he could to make life difficult for Rav Naftali.
Posted on: May 30th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
Do you wonder at times what possible purpose some little insect might have for being?
Posted on: May 23rd, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
The two fathers began to discuss the terms and naturally, they were astounded to find that each one assumed that the other would give double.
Posted on: May 16th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
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.”
Posted on: May 9th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
Rav Naftali was born the day that the Baal Shem Tov passed away, on the holiday of Shavuos, in the year 5520
Posted on: May 2nd, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
Certainly, the Jewish leader, even more than the layman, must have his answers and explanations ready at all times
Posted on: April 17th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
“The mitzvah of drawing water for the baking of the matzah for the Seder comes only once a year. I do not care to share it with a horse.’’
Posted on: April 11th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
“You speak foolishly, daughter, how is it possible for a man who has not eaten for 10 years to live?”
Posted on: April 4th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
With enthusiasm, zemiros that had been purposefully collected for the evening were chanted.
Posted on: March 28th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
Bnei Yisrael marched out of Mitzrayim with a mighty hand under their great leader Moshe. This was not, however, their first attempt to escape from Mitzrayim and return to the land that G-d had promised their fathers.
Posted on: March 20th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
Rabi Pinchas’ piety and honesty were known far and wide. He would often say, “Even though our Sages (Yevamot 65b) declared that to preserve the peace, a person may change his words to ﬁt the situation, I will never utter a false word regardless of the consequences.” If he heard that one of his followers had uttered a false word, he would expel him from his presence.
Posted on: March 14th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
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.
Posted on: March 7th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
But not everyone is destined to taste of the fruit of this world and to enjoy its vintage. Among the inhabitants of this town lived a poor man, Nachumka.
Posted on: February 28th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
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.
Posted on: February 24th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
The Jewish people are hardly strangers to persecution and tyranny. When we hear of the complaints of other peoples, we smile bitterly and wonder: What do they know of persecution? What do they know of tragedy and bitterness? We are a people who have experienced oppression for centuries and have drunk deeply of the bitter cup of woe.
Posted on: February 14th, 2014Kidz → Midrash Stories
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.
Posted on: February 7th, 2014Kidz → Tales of the Gaonim
There was once a tzaddik from Poland, Reb Velveli, who decided to settle in Eretz Yisrael. The land was poor and inhabited by very few people, but he and his wife had such love for the land that they were willing to suffer privation and hunger just to be one of its citizens.
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