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Little Things That Can Make A Big Difference

Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

We live in a very chaotic world. If we stop to consider what is happening around us – all the things that are out of our control – it can be frustrating and frightening, so most of us try to bypass these situations by pretending we do not see them.

In Praise Of Bubby

Rafi Fuchs
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

The Gemara in Brachos says that one is not allowed to add his own praises of Hashem while davening. The Gemara explains that by doing so it could seem that what one added was the only praise missing, and that there are no more praises of Hashem. Similarly, Bubby, for one to try to mention all of your praises would be impossible. With that said I would like to mention a few points, without implying that this is all there is to be said.

Friendship: A Tribute To My Dear Friend Irene Klass, z”l

Cecelia Margules
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

An unlikely friendship we formed
Hard to define or explain
Never bound by rules or age
Rather by mutual ideas and thoughts

Israeli Left Versus Rabbinic Freedom Of Speech

Steven Plaut
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

In recent days, one of the most important domestic controversies in Israel has revolved around rabbinic opinions. The media are representing this as a great debate over “racism.” In reality, it is a great debate over freedom of speech and the rights of Israelis to express opinions disliked by its increasingly anti-democratic Left.

In Major Turnaround, Israel, Greece Fostering A Closer Relationship

Jean Cohen
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

ATHENS – Israel’s ambassador to Greece, Arye Mekel, was on the phone with a journalist earlier this month when the call came in that Israel’s Carmel region was up in flames. The Israeli prime minister needed to speak urgently with his Greek counterpart.

In Major Turnaround, Israel, Greece Fostering A Closer Relationship

Jean Cohen
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

ATHENS – Israel’s ambassador to Greece, Arye Mekel, was on the phone with a journalist earlier this month when the call came in that Israel’s Carmel region was up in flames. The Israeli prime minister needed to speak urgently with his Greek counterpart.

Confessions Of a Jewish Bride

Jamie Geller
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

I try to make it a point to work things into my life – including insane schedules, impossible goals and conflicting priorities – in the most upbeat way I can. OK, so it doesn’t always work. What surprises me is how shocked people are when I tell them I just can’t handle everything.

The Henkins: Father And Son

E. Magnus Oppenheim
Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

In our day, when news events do not always portray the Jewish community in the most favorable light, it is imperative that we have role models we can emulate. The recent passing of a famous legal scholar brings to mind two individuals who personify this description.

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