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Behaalotecha

Parshah
Eldad & Medad: The Mysterious Prophets

Eldad and Medad are the protagonists of a cryptic episode in the portion of Behaalotecha
Crisis In Jerusalem

Your Questions
What Is a Yeshivah?

Women
10 Ways to Get Along With Your New Daughter-in-Law

There are many mothers and daughters-in-law who get along wonderfully. Expect to be one of them
When the Nursing Didn’t Flow: Four Things I Learned

It was 4 in the morning, and the whole house was quiet and asleep. I sat alone on a couch in the living room, silently sobbing with a frantic baby in my arms. A few weeks into motherhood found me exhausted, bewildered and unable to breastfeed.
Stories
The Fantasy Maze of the Elusive King

The world is to its Maker as the shell is to the tortoise.
Seventy Kopeks

That's the profit from the sale of a calf in the marketplace of the White Russian town of Lubavitch
Lifestyle
Art: Travels in Israel

Any love that is dependent on something -- when the thing ceases, the love also ceases. But a love that is not dependent on any thing never ceases. What is [an example of] a love that is dependent on something? The love of Amnon for Tamar. And one that is not dependent on anything? The love of David and Jonathan.
— Ethics of the Fathers, 5:16
Print Magazine

We all suffer a maddening delusion of being something separate from G‑d. The delusion of “I.”

We cannot heal it, because yes, we exist, for He created us.

We cannot live with it, because this chilling notion of otherness is a denial of the truth.

But we can resolve it in the act of learning Torah. In learning Torah...

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