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We are who we love: self, fellow, and what connects us
The blood of mammals and fowl is utterly forbidden for consumption by the Torah. Within 72 hours of slaughtering, all extractable blood is drained from the meat by a special soaking and salting process. (Today, most kosher meat is sold with the blood...
"You shall not eat any blood, whether that of fowl or of beast, in any of your dwellings." (Leviticus 7:26) For generations, the process of koshering (removing the blood from) meat was the domain of the Jewish homemaker, often involving all the family...
Unraveling the mystery of love, marriage, and relationships.
Question: Would it be kosher to eat a steak that is cooked medium-rare? I ask because it seems that there is still blood that comes out of the meat when cooked like this. Should steak be "well done"? Answer: The laws of kashrut require the extraction and...
I am in a serious relationship with a great guy. We have been together for a while now and I have very strong feelings for him. He is ready to get married, and is getting a bit impatient with me.
One of the reasons for the ancient Jewish custom to cover a bride's face during the marriage ceremony is to symbolize the complete acceptance that is integral to any enduring relationship
The older I get the more apparent my lies have become. I barely believe myself anymore, especially when I make grand statements like, "I’ll never do or say that again." Too often the future robs me of my honesty
We don’t do anything. There's something in the atmosphere and experience that takes away the ability to concentrate or focus. One’s greatest desire is simply to not be there, to not be doing this, and to have it be over with as quickly as possible . . .
We all yearn for the intimate touch of another soul. So why are we forever repelling love with our anger and criticism?
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