Meir Panim delivers warmth, special care to families in need.
Hal and I laughed, and he assured me that he would tell his physician the story in a way that would cause him not to faint.
Rabbi Aryeh Rodin is the founding Jewish chaplain at Medical City Hospital, Dallas, Texas, where he has served for the past 20 years. He implemented a kosher food program at the hospital. Rabbi Rodin is also the founding rabbi of Congregation Ohev Shalom. He is a rebbi at the Texas Torah Institute, the boys’ Yeshiva High School and Yeshiva Gedolah in Dallas, which attracts students from around the country. He has lectured throughout the United States, and his articles have appeared in both Judaic and secular publications. Rabbi Rodin can be contacted with comments and questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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First, sit down with your helpers and a pen and paper and break the jobs down into small parts.
A lot of people have heard about dyslexia, a learning disability that concerns reading.
I believe that Hashem will only bring Moshiach when we finally achieve achdus.
He always impressed me with his brilliance and erudition. But it was his warm remarks and his sincere concern that made me want to please him.
Often I open Haggadot and find depictions of the Makos or slavery that I find troubling for a young audience.
Because birth order can affect most children in similar fashion, there are things you can do to help your children overcome weaknesses that birth order has thrown their way.
There’s so much he could do
Resources are not few
He refuses to end all
Playing a musical instrument can help build faith in yourself as you observe yourself do something splendidly.
I was driving home from New York with my family at the end of our vacation when my cell phone rang. Since we were in Tennessee and I wasn’t sure if it was legal to talk on the phone, my wife picked it up and said, “Hello.”
“Rebbi.” One of the most beautiful words in the Hebrew language is “rebbi” – “my Torah teacher.” It is a title earned through Torah knowledge the teacher must possess and then transmit, through love, to his students. The word is said with respect and affection of the highest nature. It bonds rebbi and student together like no other word.
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