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He is remembered as a warm, loving soul who gave back to the community
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Moses wasn’t telling Yitro anything he didn’t know. Rather, he was trying to see if his father-in-law really possessed the mettle to join G‑d’s people.

Man sees a tree and the tree says, “I am here, I was here, and I am nothing more but a thing that is here.”

Man ponders and answers, “No! I give you a name! You are ‘tree’! You have beauty and you have a soul. You point upwards and you say, ‘There is something higher, there is the One who gives me life and gives me my...

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Annual Shabbaton draws hundreds from U.S. and Canada
The Jewish Woman
By including the nursing assistants in the culture of the residents, I showed that their work was important, appreciated and valued.
Jewish News
Pillar of kindness fled tyranny in Soviet Russia, found material and spiritual prosperity in America
Jewish Holidays
If the fruit is not yet growing, why do we celebrate the occasion by eating fruit?
Jewish News
Dean of Oholei Torah Yeshiva educated and inspired thousands of students
The Jewish Woman
There had never been a particularly warm relationship between the siblings, and in the years that followed, their connections became weaker.
Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism
You can hide it enough so it doesn't embarrass you in public. You can pretty it up so that others are not as annoyed with it. You can try to ignore its whelps and howls when it gets out of hand. But...
Jewish Life
How much do you know about South African Jewry? Take this quiz to find out!
Questions & Answers
Here is how we make our gardens not only physically beautiful but spiritually delightful.
Jewish Holidays
Learn about the 15th of Shevat, the "new year" for trees, with these ten fascinating facts.
There are three things that are good in small quantities and bad in large quantities: yeast, salt and demurral
– Talmud, Brachot 34a
Jews of Basel Burned Alive (1349)
With the Black Death raging throughout Switzerland, poison was reported to have been found in the... Read More »
R. Aryeh Leib of Shpoli Saved From Drowning (1793)
On his way back from participating in a brit milah ceremony in Bohuslav (in what is now Ukraine), R.... Read More »
Murder of Daniel Pearl by Muslim Terrorists in Pakistan (2002)
Daniel Pearl, an American-born Jewish reporter for The Wall Street Journal was kidnapped by... Read More »
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