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Jewish Holidays
Sometimes, G‑d finds us even when we’re not looking for Him.
Jewish Tales from the Past
“Being conscious of a poor student’s torn shoes is an expression of the oneness of G‑d.”
The Kabbalah of the Jewish months

All the world’s problems stem from light being withheld.

Our job then, is to correct this. Wherever we find light, we must rip away its casings, exposing it to all, letting it shine forth to the darkest ends of the earth.

Beginning with the light you yourself hold.

Jewish News
Schools combining Torah study with high-tech and vocation-oriented programs set to open
Questions & Answers
Although text and email are relatively new inventions, the answer to this question takes us back more than a thousand years to the time of Rabbeinu Gershom.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
A look at the various parts of the tree -- roots, trunk, branches, leaves, fruit and seeds -- and their corresponding elements within the human being
Questions & Answers
These are the words you can safely pop into your conversation for emphasis with little fear of messing up, since it is hard to misappropriate them.
The Jewish Woman
Was it less than a week ago that she made her appearance in our world? The world of laughter and tears, triumphs and fears?
Abraham was told that his descendents will be like the dust of the earth (Genesis 13:17), and as the stars of heaven (ibid. 15:5). So it is with Israel: When they fall, they will fall as low as the dust; when they rise, they will rise as high as the stars.
– Pesikta Zutrati
Passing of Rabbi A. I. Kook (1935)
Elul 3 is the yahrtzeit of the first Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi (in modern times) of the Religious... Read More »
As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of introspection and stocktaking... Read More »
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