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The Jewish Woman
By including the nursing assistants in the culture of the residents, I showed that their work was important, appreciated and valued.
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How much do you know about South African Jewry? Take this quiz to find out!
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Here is how we make our gardens not only physically beautiful but spiritually delightful.

When it came time to give the Torah to the Jewish people, G-d told Moses to speak with the women first.

Because that is the order by which Torah enters the world: First the fundamentals, then the details.

The fundamentals—faith, trust, love, awe, sanctity—these are principally the woman’s domain.

Bringing all that...

Jewish Holidays
Learn about the 15th of Shevat, the "new year" for trees, with these ten fascinating facts.
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What it really means that the 15th of Shevat is the New Year for Trees.
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Kindly family doctor treated Brooklyn residents for decades
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How did the custom of feeding the birds, or eating buckweat come to be? Is it allowed?
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.
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
People around the world prayed and dedicated mitzvahs in the merit of those held
The Jewish Woman
If G‑d didn’t command me to feel joy, would I?
Our Sages greatly extolled the virtue of charity, declaring it equal to all the other mitzvot together; throughout the Jerusalem Talmud, charity is called simply "The Mitzvah"... Because in all other mitzvot, only one faculty of the vital soul is invested in the action, and only while the mitzvah is being performed. In the case of charity, however, which one gives from the proceeds of the toil of his hands, all the energy of his vital soul is invested in the effort of his labor, or in any other occupation by which he earned this money. Thus, when he gives to charity this money, his entire vital soul ascends to G d with this action. Also, even one who does not earn his livelihood from his labors, nevertheless, since he could have purchased with this money his life's sustenance, he is actually giving his soul’s life to G d...
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (Tanya ch. 37)
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