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Specialness & Commonality

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How do you imbue in your children an appreciation of the uniqueness of being Jewish?
Is it just me, or does life feel like a marathon? And the ribbon is nowhere in sight...
The Kabbalah of Sukkot
Unlike our everyday environment, the sukkah doesn’t tell us any lies. It reflects reality as it actually is: fluid, unpredictable and always new.
The importance of finding structure and excitement in everything we do.
The people who change the world, whether in small or epic ways, are those who turn peak experiences into daily routines, who know that the details matter, and who have developed the discipline of hard work, sustained over time.
Leah was unhappy and frustrated at work. Her husband was also miserable with his job. Ever since they got married, they lived in the same apartment, had the same jobs. Everything was the same. They were stuck and unhappy.
Moses had to contend with both sides: inducing the Israelites to do teshuvah and G-d to exercise forgiveness.
Life Lessons from Parshat Vayakhel
The name of each Torah portion contains the central theme and lesson for the respective portion. Comparing and contrasting the names Vayakhel and Pekudei crystilize two crucial life perspectives.
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