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This won't happen again for another hundred years. I may forget by then. Should I wake up at 2:00 AM to experience this once-in-a-lifetime moment?
(Otherwise known as the PDA)
It's the paradox of modern life: we're connected all the time, so were never connected to this moment in time...
To be alive is to be forever newly born.
Today marks the first day of school. I wave goodbye as my last and youngest child rushes from the front porch to his waiting carpool, and gently close the front door...
She wrote: My brother is dying! Tell me something, please... But I could not answer then. And later, when I could, this is what I wrote to her...
Are you hero or victim? The hero who never cries nor feels the fear, the panic, the regrets that are part and parcel of his condition? The victim who never encounters his bravery nor feels the transcendent power of rising above death, if only for a moment...
The story of Jacob teaches us how to give meaning to the fleeting moments in life.
Rabbi Avraham Glick was a shliach in Worcester, Massachusetts when he was asked to join the Chabad Representatives in Melbourne, Australia. The Rebbe approved of his move but advised him not to move right away but to wait a while. Feeling like he was in l...
21st Century Jew on Parshat Chayie-Sarah
The story of Rebecca marrying Isaac and filling Sarah’s place, illustrates the need to believe in the present, instead of just glorifying the past.
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