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The Jewish Woman
We had started out rather late—apparently too late to arrive at the hospital in time.
Parshat Bamidbar

One man carries rocks for a livelihood. Give him emeralds, and all he sees is more rocks.

Another carries diamonds with devotion and care. Give him the emeralds, and he exclaims, “What beauty is here!”

Only one who values his own heritage is able to appreciate the beauty that others hold.

from a letter to Rabbi Jonathan Sacks in his youth.

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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
What is the significance of this counting? What is the connection between this counting and Shavuot?
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Dual duty as a campus emissary and now a chaplain in the U.S. Army Reserve
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University accommodates the needs of 22 students who had declined to take part in Saturday ceremonies
Jewish Holidays
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Mayor pays a visit to the renowned rabbi, who continues to recover from a recent stroke
Jewish Holidays
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A short documentary (May 28, 1967)
Jewish Tales from the Past
When Berel heard that there would be a celebration in honor of a new Torah, he naively assumed that he would be welcomed to the joyful event.
I shall be sanctified amidst the children of Israel.
– Leviticus 22:32
Chosen People (1313 BCE)
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