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The Kindertransport orphan who became one of Jerusalem’s most prominent rabbis

And these words with which I connect with you today… (Deut. 6:6)

Every day these words should be just as new for you as if they were given today. (Sifri)

How could the same mitzvah you did yesterday be new to you today? The same words of Torah as though you never knew them before? The same prayer as though you...

In all the parenting books I read, they speak about setting limits and boundaries. But I am just such a softie, that when my kids start to cry and plead with me, I usually give in. Is there anything...
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Some of the authors are well known, some are known by name only, and others are anonymous.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Elisha defied the Romans and walked around wearing his tefillin. Then a miracle happened.
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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Moses is teaching us is to remember G‑d as the source of our good fortune, too, not only in our hours of hardship.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
A person can be expected to think a certain way, but a person cannot be expected to feel a certain way.
The verse “build me a Temple, and I will dwell within them” refers to every Jewish heart.
Mesirut nefesh -- Hebrew term for self sacrifice -- means both "giving of life" and "giving of will." Self sacrifice is not just the willingness to die for one's beliefs; it is the way in which one lives for them. It is the willingness to sacrifice one's "self" -- one's desires, one's preconceptions, one's most basic inclinations.
– The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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