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Chaim Leib Zernitsky

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Artist’s Statement: I remember the real Jewish shtetls of Russia. This is my Zaidy and Bubby near the little shtetl where I was born. Where are you now, my little shtetl . . . ? Only in my dreams and my paintings . . .
Part 2 of “Is Midrash For Real?”
The Zohar tells a parable of a beautiful woman who peeks out to her beloved through a small window. Those who love her, find her. Those who don’t, must have patience.
Part 1 in a series on the truth behind Talmudic tales
Torah, like any wisdom, has departments. You can’t study literature the same way you study biology, and you can’t critique poetry as you would journalism. So too, you can’t study one department of Torah the same as you study another.
Artist’s Statement: How do I show in a painting my love for the old house where I was born? This two-hundred-year-old house in a small shtetl in Russia, which was home to several generations of my family, comes to me in my dreams. I can see the smoke comi...
Artist’s Statement: Portrait of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the first Chabad Rebbe, who was released from prison and able to continue spreading Chassidism on this day, the 19th of Kislev.
Artist’s Statement: Did you see how Chassidim from the old Jewish shtetls traveled to Lubavitch 100 years ago? This image came to me in a dream; now I am sharing it with you.
Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov entered a chilled, dreary world and set it afire. He taught that even the simplest soul can bond to the Infinite Creator with love and joy . . .
When we look more deeply into the Ten Commandments, we will find not only spiritual advice for enhancing our marriages, but very practical and essential guidelines as well.
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