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He is very protective of his privacy but not wise enough to navigate the world of social media on his own.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Our feelings are generated as a direct result of our thoughts.
TheRebbe.org
Why is the prayer for rain delayed until 7 Cheshvan?

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....

Jewish Stories
The entire town would be paying attention to the new rabbi’s first ruling. Everyone was sure to wonder: Why is the law of the Torah so opposite to common sense?
TheRebbe.org
For when you feel that you stand alone against the world around you.
Contemporary Voices
Over the years, my feline friends have taught me much more than I’ve ever taught them.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
The Five Steps of Weaving
Jewish News
Appointment comes amidst growth of Jewish life and six years of serving as the only rabbi in UAE
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Something Spiritual on Parshat Noach
Jewish News
Rabbi Bentzion Butman rallies Phnom Penh Jewish community to assist a visitor
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Who is pulling your soul with thick cords of love?
"And you shall love the L-rd your G-d with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your might (me'od)" (Deuteronomy 6:4). "With all your heart" -- with both your inclinations, with your good inclination and with your evil inclination. "With all your soul" -- even to the point that someone takes your life. "With all your meod" -- with all your money. Another interpretation: "With all your me'od" -- whatever measure (middah) He metes out (moded) to you, thank (modeh) Him exceedingly (me'od me'od).
– Talmud, Berachot 54a
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