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Matos

The Bookbinder in Heaven
Head bowed and cheeks burning, overwhelmed by a sense of self-disgust, I accepted the verdict.
A Slumber and a Headache
Three aspects of tzimtzum
Women of Menasseh
Audio | 4:38
Women of Menasseh
Our mission is not merely to live a holy and wholesome life in Israel; rather, our task is to spread the holiness of Israel to the rest of the world.
The Bible Reads Like a Soap Opera!
I don't understand why there are constant ups and downs and such hardships in the Torah.
From Cambodian Princess to Shabbat Queen
The story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, granddaughter of His Majesty King Sisowath Monivong
When the story broke that the daughter of a Cambodian princess was celebrating her bat mitzvah in Phnom Penh, the Jewish world wondered: Who is this Cambodian princess, and how did she become Jewish? Here is the story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, granddaughter of His Majesty King Sisowath Monivong, who ruled Cambodia from 1927 until his death in 1941.
How Two-and-a-Half Tribes Ended Up Over the Jordan
Learn how Moses gave the land east of the Jordan to Reuben, Gad, and half of Manassah, on one condition.
What Sigmund Freud Knew (But Did Not Understand) About Jews
Sigmund Freud, the “father of psychology,” was secular in his professed beliefs and practices. Here is one deeply spiritual insight he knew but did not quite understand.