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Parshat Noach
It is absurd to think that an ark the length of a football field-and-a-half can house the nearly million species of animals that roam the Earth.
Bereft of the aura of the untouchable, Israel became vulnerable to external threats.
The Last Days of Passover
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.
Parshat Mishpatim
Moses warned the nation as they were on the cusp of entering the Land of Israel to never forget the true source of their wealth and achievement.
Parshat Shemot
Every human being has incalculable worth; differences in ability are superimposed upon our innate humanity.
Parshat Vayeishev
Joseph’s famous multi-colored tunic is the unmistakable marker of his identity. It was the symbol of his prestige.
A Lesson From Abraham on How to Stand up for Others
When the car flips, or flames leap from a crumbling home, there are those ordinary people who do extraordinary things. What is the process?
Rosh Hashanah
Every year, we celebrate Rosh Hashanah again. Because creation—and its interpretation—is a never ending process.
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