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When his wife Sarah passed away, Abraham was offered an incredible bargain: a free burial plot. Abraham's refusal to accept teaches us something about the worth of bargains...
At first sight this might seem a pathetic, powerless pleading: the cringing Jew, Judah, facing the Egyptian Vizier...
Considering that gold has virtually no practical use, why is it so treasured? And why did G-d command us to use it in the construction of the Tabernacle?
Is there ever a good reason to destroy a national treasure? A trip to the National Archives got me thinking about this subject...
There is an interesting distinction made in Jewish law between different types of utensils.
From his hiding place, Rabbi Hillel heard the rebbe enter the room. But before he could make a move, he heard Rabbi Schneur Zalman exclaim: “If a young man has a question regarding ‘Appraisals,’ he had best first evaluate himself!”
It's Not About the Money—Really! My thoughts on baseball's free agency Blog RankRankRankRankRankRank
We can debate all day who the best second baseman is; what is objectively verifiable is who the highest paid player is. The math is very simple: I make more than you, hence I am more valuable than you!
The TSA Agent and the Rabbi When People are in Power Blog RankRankRankRankRankRank
Almost every human being is in a position of power and control. From bosses and security agents, to parents, teachers and even to drivers of vehicles, everyone yields some form of power. Power, though, is not there in order to demean others by being rude,...
Once upon a time there was a poor man who heard about a faraway land where diamonds were as plentiful as dust -- one need only bend down and fill one's pockets
Money is a fiction. It's not a measure of worth. It's a means not an end. What we give is more ours than what we gain. And "financial security" comes from a much higher place than stock portfolios...
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