Meir Panim implements programs that serve Israel’s neediest populations with respect and dignity. Meir Panim also coordinated care packages for families in the South during the Gaza War.
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“You want to know what this wine looked like, which wine King David drank, white or red…. We can see if it’s red or white, strong or weak.”
I should be pursuing plateaus of pure and holy, but I’m busy delving and developing palatable palates instead.
If we truly honor the other participants in a conversation, we can support, empathize with, and even celebrate their feelings.
I witnessed the true strength of Am Yisrael during those few days.
“There are no people on earth as foolish as you who deny the Living God.”
She writes intuitively, freely, and only afterwards understands the meaning of what she has written.
“I knew it was a great idea, a win-win situation for everyone,” said Burstein.
Not knowing any better, I assumed that Molly and her mother must be voracious readers.
“I would really love my mother-in-law …if she weren’t my mother-in-law.”
For each weekly reading, Rabbi Grysman begins with a synopsis of the Torah portion, followed by a focus on a major issue.
It’s Rosh Hashanah. A new year. Time for a fresh start. Time for a new slate. Time for change.
Governor Rick Scott visited North Miami Beach/Aventura on the morning of Wednesday, September 17.
While the cost per student is higher than mainstream schools, Metzuyan Academy ESE is a priceless educational opportunity for children with special needs in South Florida.
As optimistic as Menachem Rosenberg is – and he said he is going to Uman – he’s sure that this year, most of the travelers will not tour other religious sites or places in Ukraine.
Ask most Americans what they know about Panama and they will declare, “Panama Canal and General Noriega,” the deposed dictator now in prison.
WILLEMSTAD, CURACAO—It’s not everyday, or every year, or every decade, or even every century, that a beautifully-designed, 180-seat, air-conditioned synagogue rises in the Caribbean, let alone a modern Orthodox one.
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