Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
Tales from the Past
Every time a person died, the body was transported to a neighboring town for burial.
There are those students who come to you and ask for guidance. And there are others who sit quietly and do not ask.
Don’t assume that those who are need of guidance are the ones that ask. On the contrary, the very fact that a student does not ask tells you that this child is most in need of guidance.
A teacher must go...
A practical lesson from the placement of this week's Parshah
Jake Green has it all figured out. Author of a popular philosophy of life, he has little time for the distractions of religion. But after a chance encounter with an old friend, he begins to realize...
A discussion between a refrigerator and electricity.
Questions & Answers
I could really use the extra cash, I was planning on offering an early-bird
special: Customers can get a discount if they pay in advance . . .
Foggy, rugged island on the North Atlantic has no Jewish school or kosher dairy—at least, not yet
Any generation in whose days the Holy Temple is not rebuilt, it is as if they had destroyed it.
– Jerusalem Talmud, Yoma 1:1
Daily Dose of Wisdom
Added Yesterday 7:32PM
Added Yesterday 4:46PM
Added Yesterday 4:41PM
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Added Yesterday 3:12PM