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What Does the Torah Say About Jews and Taxes

Taxes have always been a very divisive issue. In fact, taxes are what split Israel into two kingdoms during biblical times.
A Brief History of Shabbat

The creation of rest . . . Sarah’s miraculous Shabbat lamp . . . Bread from heaven . . . “Work” defined . . . The invention of cholent . . . Sacrifice and martyrdom . . . Candle-lighting campaign . . . The World to Come . . .
The Jewish Name
The Kabbalists say that a person’s destiny is wrapped up in the combination of Hebrew letters that make up his or her name.
5 Concrete Ways to Wake Up Full of Energy

To be Jewish is to understand that there is much to do, that time is fleeting, and that each day affords us the priceless gift of life.
The Most Exquisite Bouquet I’ve Ever Received

When I received an email from Chaim Boruch’s teacher saying that the class would be going on a trip to a farmers’ market, I could not contain my excitement.
Moses' Mother

Somewhere there is a boundary, a line that separates the near from the far, the within from the without. If you can straddle that line, if you can stand with one foot inside and the other foot outside, you can be both
Moses: The Man of G-d

The greatest prophet who ever lived, Moses transcribed the Torah (also known as the Five Books of Moses), the foundational text of Judaism.
The Donkey in the Pit

A donkey fell into a pit, and try as he might, his owner couldn't pull him out. Finally, the farmer decided that since the animal was old, and the pit needed to be covered up anyway, he'd just bury the old donkey right there...
Superhero Episode V: Meditation on a Squirrel

Fifth Episode in a Kabbalistic SciFi Fantasy Series
Controversial and Dangerous Therapies

A leading physician asks, "When is it ethical to provide experimental or risky treatment for a patient?" Special attention is given to differences between secular and halachic principles of patient care.
Jewish News
Rabbi Zev Dov Slonim, 83, Leading Rabbi in Jerusalem

Chief Rabbi of Central Jerusalem conceptualized the ‘Chitas.’
In Nigeria: 600 Tanyas Printed in Six Different Cities

A local effort to connect Jews to their roots and bring blessings to a country.
One who locks the doors of his courtyard and feasts and drinks with his children and wife on the festivals, but does not feed the poor and the embittered -- this is not the joy of mitzvah but the joy of his stomach
— Maimonides