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Mordechai Lightstone

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Rabbi Mordechai Lightstone is a rabbi by training, but a blogger by choice. He is passionate about using new media to further Jewish identity and community building. Mordechai currently resides in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and two sons, where he happily tweets between sips of espresso.

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In honor of these women, let's take a look at some of the many hats they wear.
Since the Torah compares man to “a tree of the field,” we’ve collected nine lessons from the mystics that we can learn from trees.
Menorahs can be as beautiful and diverse as the communities that make them. We’ve looked around the world and gathered fifteen of the wildest menorahs we could find!
Many of the special moments of five-day Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries were shared on social media with the #Kinus hashtag. View some of the epic moments of the 30th annual conference.
A photo essay including a boat sukkah and a sukkah in Saddam Hussein’s palace!
11 Reasons Why We Blow the Shofar on Rosh Hashanah An artistic presentation of images and text
Let’s take a look at 11 reasons given for blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashanah.
A king once had a prized jewel, the crown jewel in his magnificent diadem. But one morning, to his dismay, he discovered a single thin crack descending down its face.
On an overcast morning one Fourth of July, sullen clouds hinting to the imminent fall of rain, I came to a Forensic Psychiatric Ward in Northern Connecticut.
Americans are loud. We're brash and busy, and we like our Judaism that way as well. Russians also have their bravado . . . but when it comes to religion, there is a certain simplicity, a certain wholeness of the heart and soul, which we Americans lack....
When people enter the S. Petersburg Synagogue, if they're not being herded by the cruise tour-guide, they often approach me on their own. This approach is no ordinary 'Hello, how are you?' or 'Could you please help me?' No. This look is most similar to...
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