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Mitzvahs & Traditions
To my horror, the sauce wasn’t kosher!
Jewish Calendar
“Rosh Chodesh” marks the start of a new lunar month. Learn more about it here.

Our world is a world where a rainbow could be.

At first, there was a world that only received and returned no dividends. Its inhabitants took no ownership. They lived with their Creator’s benevolence, they did what they did with no need for excuses, and eventually died as they died. And that was it.

With the Flood...

Mitzvahs & Traditions
Tzoveya - Dyeing
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Known as Tefilat Haderech (“Prayer for the Way”), the traveler’s prayer is a single paragraph that we say when setting out on a journey.
Questions & Answers
Many of the letters are topped by small spikes, called tagin or ketarim. Here is why.
How great is the benevolence of the Creator! That such a small creature as the human being can bring great delight to the Greatest of all Great, to the one of whom it is said (Psalms 145:3), "There is no delving into His greatness..."
– Hayom Yom, Kislev 8
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