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Shalom Bayit (Marital Harmony)

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Torah offers many ways of improving marital harmomy -- practical suggestions as well as spiritual "remedies."
The souls of husband and wife are brother and sister—and yet closer. If they can persist in their journey until they return to that place of oneness, a new sort of love will emerge. An unconditional love.
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How to Have a Great Marriage
What are the key elements to maintaining a strong and loving bond with your spouse?
Question: In the first stanza of the Shalom Aleichem hymn that we sing on Friday night before the Shabbat meal, we wish peace upon the malachei hasharet, "ministering angels." In the following three stanzas we address malachei hashalom "angels of peace."...
Question: Can I ride a bicycle to synagogue on Shabbat? It's a long walk to and my knees aren't what they used to be... Answer: Allow me to preface my response with a short introduction: Firstly, I'd like to express my profound admiration. Your desire to...
I am pregnant, due in several months, and I don’t know what to do if I would go into labor on the Sabbath. I am sure it would be okay for us to drive to the hospital in such a case. The question is, is there anything we should know beforehand?
An observant Jew recently joined my staff. He is a reliable employee, an honest man and a hard worker. But for the past few weeks he has been telling us that he needs to leave early on Fridays to be home in time for the Sabbath and the same on the eve of...
A little background: Tefillin are a "sign" of our special relationship with G‑d: "And it shall be to you as a sign upon your hand and as a remembrance between your eyes." Exodus 13:9. Shabbat and the major biblical holidays are themselves signs of our...
What is a mezuzah? How is a mezuzah made? Which rooms require a mezuzah? How is it affixed? A summary of the basic laws governing the creation and installation of the small parchment scroll that identifies and protects the Jewish home
I want to understand why some people touch the mezuzah on the doorpost of their home as they enter or leave?
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