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Transmitted stories and wisdom from generations of Rebbes and Chassidim
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How much choice do we really have?
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Which species of animals, birds, fish and vermin are kosher, and which are not?

Cultivate the soul with hope; teach it to await the break of dawn.

Through its ordeals, the earth is softened to absorb the rains. Yet it still must hope—for this is a Spring that comes for those that long for it.

And so the sages say, “In the merit of hope, our parents were redeemed from Egypt.”

7 Cheshvan, 5746.

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Boy returns to the site of 2008 attacks, where he was rescued by his heroic nanny
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This Yiddish word (of Polish provenance) has taken on meanings in various areas of Jewish life.
Everything that is for the sake of G-d should be of the best and most beautiful. When one builds a house of prayer, it should be more beautiful than one's own dwelling. When one feeds the hungry, one should feed them of the best and sweetest of one's table. When one clothes the naked, one should clothe them with the finest of one's clothes. Whenever one designates something for a holy purpose, one should sanctify the finest of one's possessions; as it is written (Leviticus 3:16), "All the fat is to G-d."
– Maimonides
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