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Terumah

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Your Questions
Am I Supposed to Be Afraid of G‑d?

How about I just stick to love and wonderment?
Why Don't Jews Have Open-Casket Funerals?

I always appreciated getting one last look at the deceased . . .
Entering the Joyous Month of Adar
Getting Beyond Kvetch

Judaism offers a 60-day program of outlook-modification, and it's launching internationally . . .
Happy Are We

Suddenly, a Russian policeman stood before him, blocking his path. Immediately, the chassid's hands were bound . . .
Video
Can We Be Satan’s Assistants?

Testing fate with your words
Our Spiritual Anatomy

What is going on in the consciousness of the human being when we act in ways that we know are clearly wrong?
Women
Bubby Annie’s Candelabra

I remember 13 years ago. An icy rain like death called to me from the west. I looked out the window in the darkness and shivered.
Why Nothing Makes Me Happy

Words like “self-nullification, self-abnegation, humility,” words that didn’t even sound very Jewish to my untrained ear . . .
Clean Comedy: Meet an Observant Jewish Female Comic

As Michal Levitin gets up on stage to perform, the audience bursts out laughing. She hasn’t even opened her mouth yet.
Parshah
Learn Terumah In Depth
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
From the RCII
How I Found My Place in the Jewish Community Despite My Disability

For decades, the status of Jews with disabilities was not discussed. The reasons are complex.
Lifestyle
Art of the Week: The Cherubim

The cherubim are one of the most fascinating of all Jewish symbols.
The beginning of wisdom is fear of G-d
— Proverbs 1:7