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The historical, personal and cosmic significance of the half-shekel.
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The Jewish community on the "Left Bank" is relatively young and this is our first mikvah ever.
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Perla Zaltzman lost her daughter Mussia in a drowning accident. She opens up about how she coped with the trauma; how the loss impacted her family, her community, and herself; and how she honors her d...

Two rivers take you home: One flows with bitter tears of remorse,
the other with sweet tears of joy.

For most of time, the principal path of travel was the bitter one. Only once soaked in those bitter waters could you rise to embrace your G‑d with joy.

But now we have experienced more than our fill of pain. That which ...

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How Purim emphasizes the feminine aspect of Torah, which was missing until then.
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Can a person be disqualified from leadership based on age alone?
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Part 2 of “Is Midrash For Real?”
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The evening following Shabbat has particular significance. It is associated with Prophet Elijah & the final Redemption.
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This amulet of a hand, often with an open eye, is common in some Jewish circles. Is it kosher?
Therefore man was created a single individual: to teach us that whoever destroys a single life, it is as if he destroyed the entire world; and whoever sustains a single life, it is as if he sustained the entire world
– Talmud
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