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My animal soul might trip me up, but my G‑dly soul remains untouchable. Isn’t that a reason to rejoice?
Time In Thought
If we are all fools before G‑d, how do we know what the correct path is?
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What is the Torah perspective on making a living? When you create a product or service with all your energy, you are using your G-d given talents to enrich the world.
Parshah
When confronted with pain, we have three choices . . .
The Magazine
Dear Rachel
I’m ungrateful! At least that’s what my parents and friends tell me. They say I never appreciate anything anyone does for me, and that I’m always finding fault with everyone and everything.
Relationships
When you get used to something, after a while you take it for granted. You don’t see the blessing in it or value it as much. It becomes less endearing
Reflections
Thoughts on Shabbat Shira
Editor's
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Dear Readers,

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But no worries; free shots are available, which presumably will help lessen your chances of getting sick. By injecting your body with a small dose of...

Pain is something to which we are not meant to passively resign ourselves, but rather something to eradicate at its root.
— Bitterness Moves
Handy Household Hacks
Removing Marks on Wood

Remove marks on wood furniture using a walnut. Cut it in half and rub it into the scratch. After you rub the nut across the furniture, rub the area with your fingers. This will help the oils from the nut soak into the surface of the wood. Buff it up with a cloth, and you’re set!

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The Biggest Mistake

If you don’t make mistakes, you aren’t working on hard enough problems. And that’s a big mistake!

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