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The sun had perpetually baked the vulnerable earth under it with its brilliant glare, and the earth had cracked up like shards of glass for want of water. Sandals, black oxfords and people from all walks of life came together in prayer. They wet their pra...
Like it or not, there's frequently a lag between intellectually knowing a truth -- until it becomes part of how we view the world.
Think about it: our behavior is our feedback to G‑d, our response to His gift of life, as clouds are earth's feedback (in the form of vapor) to the warmth of the sun...
A July 18 storm destroyed the Beth Shalom Chabad synagogue in Minneola, N.Y. Its rabbi Resolves to rebuild and improve.
Rain, Rain, Come Again A Lag Ba'Omer Lesson RankRankRankRankRankRank
Rain was our enemy. It meant no tree climbing, no kickball, and no raiding my mother's garden for the ripe strawberries she had not yet discovered. It meant, in short, no real fun for an entire day...
“When you depend on the weather,” the old farmer would say, “everyone prays.”
We danced and sang in the sukkah, the transformative rain a mikvah-like immersion in G‑d’s presence and will . . .
"All new born boys in the river," Pharaoh commanded. What is the deeper meaning behind this cruel decree?
Moses asked for spiritual "rain." G-d responded by offering "dew"
Another humid day: Humidity is fine if you're a young raindrop into water-weight training, pumping moisture. But once you're too muscular, you'll be on your own without a parachute. Then, at best, you might join a scenic river sailing out to sea, to see t...
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