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It can be intimidating and discouraging to hear others say that we have such great potential, when we know how far we fall short. When we think about our personal natural abilities, they may indeed...
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The Wickedness of the People, The Ark, The Flood, The Flood Recedes, The Raven and the Dove, Noah Offering, The Seven Laws, Covenant with Noah

G‑d said to Abram, “Go to yourself, from your land, from your birthplace and from your father’s house, to the land which I will show you.”—Genesis 12:1

If you were not you, if you saw yourself from the eyes of another, how would you see your journeys through life?

You would see how each journey leads away from home....

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The Noahide Tradition
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The Talmud has something to teach about just about everything. Here are some wise teachings that provide insight into yourself and the people around you.
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I wish life was easier for my mother; that she still had full use of her memory, language and rational faculties. But given the realities, I am also grateful for the opportunity to learn new lessons...
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Be proud of your sensitive nature. It helps you be intuitive, empathic and kind.
Jewish Tales from the Past
A Jew traveling about from town to town arrived in the middle of a winter’s night . . .
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Throughout the state, acts of kindness in wake of Hurricane Michael
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During the 1940s, the Rebbe was instructed by his father-in-law, the Previous Rebbe, to Farbreng every Shabbos Mevarchim. Rabbi Leibel Posner recalls two “out of the box” talks from that time.
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Eliyahu Moscowitz memorial gathering set for Thursday evening
The Jewish Woman
A person can’t ignore a notice from the bank and then not understand why the bank closes their account.
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Poised to assist those impacted by one of the most powerful storms in U.S. history
When my father reads "The Rebuke" (the harsh punishments described in Deuteronomy 28), I don't hear curses
– Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch (son of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi)
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