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Never Embarrass A Person

“Let us ask that gentleman to explain this difficult passage to us,” they said to one another.

The Importance Of Kiddush

Her deed found great favor in the eyes of the Almighty and He sent blessings on the work of her hands so that she became wealthy.

The Strong Belief In G-d

On the third day, while waiting outside, they again heard a noise from the room.

The Ring Was Worth More

“What!” she cried. “Didn’t you know that the ring contained an expensive diamond, which was worth a lot of money?”

The King Questions The Sages (Continued from last week)

Ptolemy, King of Egypt, had requested that 72 sages be sent to his country to translate the Torah. They were wined and dined and...

The Translation Of The Torah (continued from last week)

The first question the king asked was, “What shall a king do to make his rule successful so that he can reign all of his life in peace and happiness?”

The Translation Of The Torah

Aristeas remained in Jerusalem viewing the sights. He was honored by being permitted to view the kohanim doing the avodah in the Beis HaMikdash.

Haughtiness And Knowledge

“Greetings to you,” they called out, “will you be kind enough to give us a blessing?”

Rav Yaakov Loberbaum

“In Chad Gadya we find that the shochet kills the ox and is immediately killed in turn by the Malach HaMaves.

The Miracle Of Birth

His fifth stage of life starts when he is 18 years of age. He is then compared to a mule.

The Last Day Of David HaMelech

To his amazement and disappointment, however, David HaMelech showed not the slightest indication of stopping for even a moment.

Poverty Tests The Man

When his students saw the mule, they decided to clean it and smooth it for their teacher.

Rav Yosef Shmuel Of Cracow

Rav Yosef Shmuel looked at the guests and said, “I am very sorry, but I am hired to do the holy work of teaching children Torah. I am not allowed to waste even a moment from this work. This evening, when I have finished, I will be glad to see you and talk with you.”

Stories From The Life Of Hillel HaZakein

Finally, his wife came in with the dinner that she had hurriedly prepared and which was not comparable to the wonderful repast she had given away.

The Shaagas Aryeh

The great giant of his time, the Vilna Gaon, once said that the Shaagas Aryeh had the entire Talmud and its commentators at his fingertips and that he could relate the gist of all of them and their sources in one hour.

More Stories About Rav Avraham Abush

As for myself, I can only answer that the yetzer hara has persuaded me to take the position because of the honor.

Rav Avraham Abush (Part II)

“It must be that beggar,” he exclaimed. “He probably stole my cane.”

Rav Avraham Abush Of Frankfurt

“If, however, he rules the other way – that something is not kosher when in reality it is kosher – and thus robs a poor man of his money, this is a far more serious thing.

The Man Who Pursued Tzeddakah

“Come now, I insist. Tell me what errand of mercy you are on so that I too may have a share in the mitzvah.”

The Chozeh Of Lublin

One of the most remarkable men in chassidic lore was Rav Yaakov Yitzchak Horowitz, known as the Chozeh of Lublin. Rav Yaakov Yitzchak was responsible...

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