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Your Questions
Why Do Jews Eat Lox and Bagels?

I always thought that lox and bagels on Sunday mornings is as “Jewish” as apple pie is “American.”
Why Can’t the Rabbis Agree on Anything?

How can we rely on these rabbis if they can’t even agree with one another?
Seven Things You Should Know About Parents of Children With Disabilities

When you meet a mother or father of an older child or teen with disabilities, they may seem burned-out. Here’s why.
How to Eradicate Your Child’s Anger

Our sages tell us that we should aim to avoid extremes in our personal expression and experiences of emotions. But when it comes to anger, we are admonished to remove it entirely.
Food for Thought

When did a poor man in tattered clothing knock on my door begging for a slice of bread? Had I ever seen someone who was thin with hunger?
Necessary Pilgrimages

A skeptic of Rabbi Menachem Nachum of Chernobyl learns his lesson.
Inspiration and Perspiration
The people who change the world, whether in small or epic ways, are those who turn peak experiences into daily routines, who know that the details matter, and who have developed the discipline of hard work, sustained over time.
Baggage Restrictions

First it was taking off your shoes to go through security, and then it was your belt.
Tetzaveh 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.
Throughout the week, G-d "speaks" the world into existence. On Shabbat, the worlds ascend from the level of divine speech to the level of Divine thought.
— The Chassidic Masters
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