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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.
For an informed reading of II Kings 7:3–20
The Background The haftarah for the portion of Metzora (or Tazria-Metzora, when read together) is taken from a series of stories told in the book of Kings about the prophet Elisha. In his last request of his teacher, Elijah the prophet, Elisha boldly aske...
For an informed reading of II Samuel 6:1–19
The story of our haftarah begins in the days of the prophet Samuel. The Jews had been battling their principal enemy, the Pelishtim (Philistines). Unfortunately, the war was being lost to the Philistines, with thousands on the Jewish side falling on the b...
In theory, if we could identify the 24 classes of birds listed in the Torah, we could eat any bird not on this list…
The rabbinic instruction to drink four cups of wine (or grape juicel) during the Seder are a framework for achieving personal freedom.
Crucial lessons to take from the Haggadah for the whole year
From a child's answers, you might know something about what the child knows. From a child's question, you know who the child is.
The businessman was at his wits’ end. For years, he had eked out a living through the small concession that the Polish government had granted him. And now, his license was suddenly revoked, and he had no idea where his next few zlotys would come from.
The Last Days of Passover and Inclusion
But all that wonder has yet to materialize. Our world is still one with war, with poverty, malice, still a world in exile from its essential, G‑dly nature.
For an informed reading of Jeremiah 7:21–28, 9:22–23
The prophet admonishes the people who, while possibly observing the command itself, were taking it totally out of its desired context.
Whether or not such wheat will ever be developed, your question is a fascinating one!
It was the 1960s, and a large synagogue in Toronto, Canada, had been set ablaze . . .
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