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Rivka Korf

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Together with the downfall comes the promise that there will be a subsequent climb.
While one situation is shockingly newsworthy (and apparently, one is not), death is death. And when death comes crashing down in a sudden unforeseen moment, it should be shocking.
Every last piece of paperwork, injection, anesthesia, procedure, waiting-room marathon that I’d endured to get to this moment evaporated with four simple words.
“Suddenly, I saw an angel walking toward me. It blocked my way forward, and began to drag me back out of Gan Eden!”
“My pockets are practically empty,” the man said. “I only have one coin left.”
Learn about Miriam, the prophetess of the Bible, whose life and legacy is celebrated until today.
An Essay on Parshat Bamidbar
How does one switch from the stage where everything is sanctified to the stage where the sacred must be carried on one’s shoulder?
It seems that Rashi's second comment is twice as long, yet half as clear.
It’s customary to read the Book of Ruth on the holiday of Shavuot, a holiday which commemorates the giving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. It is not an obvious selection. In fact, it’s not initially obvious why it was canonized in the Bible in the first plac...
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