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Re'eh Parshah Report

High upon her precipice, the soul is nameless, for she has no form—she will be whatever she must be.

Peering below, beneath the clouds, she perceives a faint shimmering of her light in the deep, wet earth. There she finds form, and she calls it a name, and she is called when that name is called, for she says, “This is...

“I can’t work any harder than I’m working now!” one busy father asserted. But maybe the trick is not to work harder but to work smarter.
Jewish Holidays
I began going through the stages of grief. I couldn’t function for the first day. When day three arrived, I stopped missing my phone, and that’s when the really crazy stuff happened.
Jewish Tales from the Past
The time came when Pinchas no longer felt comfortable living in the Jewish community, and he moved to the other side of town where he built himself a large, well-guarded mansion.
Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism
In each of us shines a bright sun. In each of us, there is a time of its eclipse.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
The wealthy fellow politely explained how he would love to give but can’t, because he already gave his share of charity for the year . . .
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Does the human being really enjoy freedom of choice? Is there really a difference between the human and all other creatures which G-d created, which are bound by their G-d-given nature—for better or...
Parshat Re’eh
One who locks the doors of his courtyard and feasts and drinks with his children and wife on the festivals, but does not feed the poor and the embittered -- this is not the joy of mitzvah but the joy of his stomach
– Maimonides
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