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Sefira Ross

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Sefira Ross is a freelance designer and illustrator whose original creations grace many Chabad.org pages. Residing in Seattle, Washington, her days are spent between multitasking illustrations and being a mom.
Lying here in my bed, unable to move or speak, unable to hug or kiss my precious children, I am in a physical Egypt
In time, rumors began to circulate that she had been acting improperly with another man.
Most communities use six different kinds of trope throughout the year…
G-d was personally involved in freeing the Jewish people from Egypt
In the portion of Bo, we read about the korban Pesach, the Paschal sacrifice, which was a yearling male lamb or goat. The korban Pesach in Egypt differed from the sacrifices brought in subsequent years, in that it had to be brought into the home four days...
“Wait!” I say, after sipping a warm glass of tea. (The lemon helped.) “I’ll have my minyan—and then some.”
With the death of the latter prophets Chagai, Zechariah and Malachi, “the spirit of prophecy departed.”
Although the villager was a simple Jew, he hoped that his children would one day surpass his meager knowledge of Torah.
Taxes have always been a very divisive issue. In fact, taxes are what split Israel into two kingdoms during biblical times.
One Yom Kippur, Avner sent guards to the synagogue, ordering the Ramban to appear before him. In his palace, before the eyes of his former teacher and master, Avner slaughtered a pig, roasted it and ate it on this holiest of fast days.
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