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Time in Thought
In the midst of all this school hustle and bustle came another beginning—Rosh Hashanah
It is not by coincidence that the portion that is always read in proximity to the High Holy Days explains our connection to G‑d as that of being bound by rope!
Chana, the prophetess, taught us how to relate to our Creator from an entirely feminine perspective
The new year starts on a feminine note
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Simply Special
A recipe for love. A recipe for patience. A recipe for determination
Learn how to turn an apple into a honey bowl
Before doing the ice bucket challenge, here is what I want you to understand about the people behind the illness
A selection of Rosh Hashanah dishes to help you with your menu planning
In the News
‘Event’ marks 40th anniversary of the ongoing worldwide effort launched by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1974
Holiday Recipes
Traditional Rosh Hashanah recipes. Classic recipes as well as exotic ones

Dear reader,

At a recent wedding, I met up with an old friend. As we were catching up on the last couple of decades, her daughter passed by, and she introduced her to me.

A few years earlier this daughter had suffered from Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a treatable cancer of the immune system. She described the terrible anxiety, the indecision and the fears.

Her daughter had suffered through surgery...

Prayer is a demonstration of how we merge the two paradigms of G‑d as King and G‑d as Parent. Prayer is realizing that our Creator’s motherly bond and love will shake the very fabric of our world to bring us fulfillment.
— The Woman Who Corrected the High Priest
School Day

Linda comes home from her first day of school, and her mother asks, “What did you learn today?”

“Not enough,” Linda replies. “They said I have to go back tomorrow.”

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