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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
His father was Aaron (the first High Priest) and his son was Pinchas (who had a Parshah commemorating his zealous dedication to G‑d), but who was he?
Daily Dose of Wisdom
There is a certain madness to this idea of talking to G‑d, of saying “You” to the Ground of Reality.... Like the madness of love or of unbounded joy
Jewish Holidays
Rabbi David Abudraham (14th century, Spain) writes that there had been an earlier custom for children to draw a picture or write the name of Haman on wood or stones

There’s really only one difference between matzah and chametz.

They’re both made from flour and water, both baked in an oven, and both provide nourishment.

But one stays flat and humble, while the other fills itself with hot air.

That’s why matzah is a key ingredient for leaving your personal Egypt:

As long as we...

Daily Dose of Wisdom
..because happiness is serious business
TheRebbe.org
The Midrash gives a parable for the story of Haman’s plot against the Jews...
Jewish News
Lots of new faces in places like New York’s West Village, Montana’s Flathead Valley, St. Lucia
First Jewish Governor Sworn In (1801)
When Governor of Georgia James Jackson resigned his post to serve as a US senator, the president of... Read More »
First Jewish Periodical in US (1823)
The inaugural edition of "The Jew," the first Jewish periodical in the United States, was published... Read More »
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