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When tending to a baby’s needs, there is no need to be apologetic.
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The mitzvah of mezuzah and charity
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Despite the obvious rawness of the environment, I could not help but think about the potential this apartment had.
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A Jewish understanding of what leadership really means
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Dear Rachel
I consider myself to be a very attentive listener, but as soon as it is my turn to talk, people start reading, checking their phones or talking about something completely unconnected to what I'm...
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Dear Reader,

Do you hear yourself thinking: “Who am I to object? There are others who are far more (fill in the blank: learned, courageous, community-minded, well-connected, etc.). Who am I to voice my protest? Besides, even if I do say something, this is how it always was done and always will be done. I am not going to make any difference!”

This week’s Torah portion is about trailblazers...

The destruction of the Temple was a temporary event. The Temple is eternal. It is expressed in every single one of our thoughts, deeds and actions. It is constantly being built on a spiritual level, and although it was once destroyed, in essence it still exists on this level.
— Celebrating Destruction
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