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The Greatest Act of Tzedaka – A Lifesaving Kidney Donation

Yaakov Kornreich
Thursday, October 6th, 2011

What was the biggest single donation to Tzedaka (charity) or greatest act of Chesed (personal kindness) in your life? How much of a difference did it really make? Did it change a life? Did it save a life? How do you know for sure?

Chronicles Of Crises In Our Communities – 10/07/11

Rachel
Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

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Bilhah Abigail Franks: Early American Jewish Matriarch

Dr. Yitzchok Levine
Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

In general, little is known about Jewish women who resided in America during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Two exceptions are Rebecca Machado Phillips[i] and Rebecca Gratz[ii]. Another is Bilhah Abigail (Levy) Franks.

Atonement: Getting It Right

Rachel Weiss
Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

The newborn is far from shy about letting its feelings be known as it is thrust, against its will, into a frigid and foreign world. With flailing hands and pitiful wails, its displeasure is made amply clear. Which raises the question: Since the soul does not choose to spend time on this planet, is it fair that it is held accountable for the way it goes about living its life here on earth?

Prioritizing Our Children’s Safety As We Approach The New School Year

Ruchie Freier
Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

As the new school year begins, we parents must gain insight into one of the common causes of youth at risk — abuse and molestation. It is a highly sensitive issue generally deemed the domain of mental health professionals and community leaders, with a host of significant halachic ramifications, such as raglayim l’davor – meaning reasonable suspicion, which is the halachic threshold to permit reporting to authorities under the rules of mesira.

Torah Live’s Mezuzah Presentation – A New Approach To An Ancient Mitzvah

Gavriel Horan
Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Nowadays, Jewish parents and educators must ask themselves how they can present Torah and mitzvot in a way that speaks to this generation. To many youth today, Judaism’s rich heritage seems outdated, irrelevant and boring.

‘Just For This!’: Integrating The Artificial And The Natural

Rabbi Eliyahu Safran
Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

A fisherman once lived near the banks of a river. One evening, exhausted from his labors, he straggled home dreaming of what his life would be like if he were suddenly rich. Suddenly, his foot brushed against a leather pouch filled with small stones that lay on the path. Falling back into his reverie, he picked up the pouch and absent-mindedly began throwing the pebbles into the water.

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