Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
As the Jews counted the days, they weren't simply focused on the number of days that had passed
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First we drank a glass of wine. Then we ate a bit of parsley. Then they started talking, and talking, and talking. The smell of the food from the kitchen is making me insane, but they don't bring it...
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We are inclined to believe that all intellectual and artistic endeavors are inherently positive.
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The short and simple answer is that another name for matzah
is lechem oni—“poor man's bread” or
“bread of poverty.”
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On the day that the Holy Temple was destroyed, a Jew was plowing his field when his cow suddenly called out. An Arab was passing by and heard the call of the cow. Said the Arab to the Jew: "Son of Judah! Unyoke your cow, free the stake of your plow, for your Holy Temple has now been destroyed." The cow then called a second time. Said the Arab to the Jew: "Son of Judah! Yoke your cow, reset the stake of your plow, for Moshiach has now been born."
– Jerusalem Talmud, Berachot 2:4
He inscribed His signature within each thing He made. On the outside each thing is finite, but on the inside you will find the signature of the Infinite.
Open anything you like, examine it carefully and you will see. A puddle of water, a grain of sand, a splotch of mud on the wall. There is nothing that does not contain...
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