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Jewish News
PresentMode offers attention to the immediate while being available for urgent calls
Mitzvahs & Traditions
What is the connection between Elijah the Prophet and Saturday night?

Not only is there is no conflict between your work and your time for study, meditation and prayer—on the contrary, they complement one another:

When you start your day by connecting it to Torah, the day shines and all its parts work in synchronicity.

And when you work honestly, carrying the morning’s inspiration in...

Jewish News
This new situation has made me think more of my mortality and to appreciate life, but reading the stories of health-care professionals and hearing about all the death and suffering is taking a toll...
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Choresh - Plowing
Jewish News
Scholar, teacher and member of rabbinic court known for his kindness
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Jewish Holidays
More than Passover and more than Lag BaOmer, I wondered about Shavuot weeks in advance.
Jewish News
Rabbis counsel caution during pandemic, even when following local government guidelines
Jewish Stories
A delightful tale in which we learn how the actions of two simple Jews were felt miles away.
Jewish News
Does it really matter when I light Shabbat candles? So what if I light them a bit later than sundown, like say when we sit down to dinner?
Mitzvahs & Traditions
As some synagogues are slowly reopening, let’s take a look at this staple of Jewish life.
Tractate Sotah, which is customarily studied between Passover and Shavuos, discusses the laws concerning a woman who is suspected of infidelity by her husband.
If there are 613 commandments, why were ten commandments specifically given at Sinai?
Jewish History
“When I was a young man of twenty,” the Baal Shem Tov began his story, “shortly after being accepted in the society of hidden tzaddikim, several of us came to the city of Brody . . .”
Why [are mourners fed] lentils? Just as the lentil has no mouth, so is the mourner speechless...Just as the lentil is round, so mourning comes round to all the inhabitants of this world
– Talmud, Bava Batra 16b
Rebbe's Parents Wed (1900)
The Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory's, parents, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak... Read More »
Passing of "Minchat Yitzchak" (1989)
Rabbi Yitzchak Yaakov Weiss, known as the Minchat Yitzchak (the name of the responsa he authored)... Read More »
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