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There are two approaches to Judaism: increasing the good or decreasing the bad.
Jewish Holidays
She is a small woman, barely five feet tall. Her two feet tall candelabra was more than just a candle-holder

Some people are waiting for a final, apocalyptic war.

But the final war is fought
not on battlefields,
nor at sea,
nor in the skies above.

Neither is it a war between leaders or nations.

The final war is fought in the heart of each human being,
with the armies of his or her deeds in this world.

And with a...

Ethics & Morality
The notion has hit a wave of controversy lately.
I never painted a swastika in my life. But I needed to paint this picture.
Jewish Holidays
A Chanukah message from the Rebbe
Jewish Holidays
Who dares to criticize Chanukah? Luckily I didn’t run out of my free articles for this month (it’s only the 6th), as I was even willing to buy a subscription just to find out!
Chanukah lessons for an impactful life
Jewish News
A seven-day trek from Southern California to Washington state
Jewish News
Visit from yeshivah students boosts those working on new anti-tunnel operation
Do not scorn any man, and do not discount any thing. For there is no man who has not his hour, and no thing that has not its place
– Ethics of the Fathers, 4:3
8th Day of Chanukah Miracle (139 BCE)
On the 25th of Kislev in the year 3622 from creation, the Maccabees liberated the Holy Temple in... Read More »
The eighth day of Chanukah is also known as Zot Chanukah (lit., "this is Chanukah"), after a key... Read More »
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