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Eliezer Shemtov

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Did the Jewish People see sounds at Sinai or hear them?
An analysis of the Sinai experience and its relevance to us today, based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Judaism and genetic memory
The uniqueness of the miracle of Chanukah, the triumph of the supernatural over the natural and how we inherit faith.
A terror victim's life inspires thousands in Uruguay
Last Tuesday afternoon, as I walked into the Beit Chabad of Montevideo for a meeting, I was told that a friend of ours, David Fremd from Paysandú, had been stabbed and was in critical condition. Paysandú is located approximately 400 kilometers from Montev...
Every one of us has a Gilad inside of us. The G‑dly soul we carry within us finds itself far, far from its home above, captive in hostile territory.
What is the shaking of the lulav and etrog set is all about?
One does not decide what happens to him; one decides what he wants to do with what happens to him...
Tips from the month of Adar
Happiness is one of the most sought-after and elusive goals. Everyone wants to have it, but not everyone knows how to find it easily. Why is it so difficult to find? Perhaps because we look for it in the wrong place . . .
Musings of a Newly Minted Grandfather
Tzemach has transformed us all. Our firstborn son just became a father. That upgrades us, his parents, into grandparents, our children into uncles and aunt, my siblings into great uncles and great aunt, my parents into great grandparents...
A group of environmentalists are suggesting that Jews the world over light one candle less each night of Chanukah in order to minimize its impact on global warming . . .
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