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"Yesterday, an event took place that had no known precedent in human history: a manned spacecraft approached the moon, orbited it several times, and returned safely to earth. What can we, as Jews, learn from this event?"
In Ethics of the Fathers our sages teach: "Repent one day before your death." The obvious question is asked: how does one know which day he or she is to die?
Growing up in the former Soviet Union, like many fellow citizens, we spent our summers at a dacha—a small primitive house outside the city where most people used their days for growing fruits and vegetables, and preserving them for the winter months.
Abraham’s mission was to explore the final frontier. Only there would he find his innermost identity. (parsha perks with Dr. Chighel | Lech Lecha)
Rocket scientist Alexander Friedman, the chief engineer for the moon-mission of the Israeli spacecraft “Beresheet”, talks with Mrs. Devorah Shanowitz as the honored guest at Chabad of Wesmount gala in Montreal.
This is what it means to me as a Jew
I couldn’t help myself marveling at the scene. The first spacecraft made by Israeli scientists, sitting on top of a SpaceX rocket, about to head to the moon.
What we learn from the first moon landing.
The following vignettes are from the recently released work, Curiosity and the Desire for Truth, in which a NASA scientist recounts his search for higher meaning and deeper understanding of purpose. Along the way, he encounters one of the greatest spiritu...
Over the past few days, the Internet has been abuzz about the New Horizons probe and its mission to Pluto. While scientists continue to debate if Pluto is truly the ninth planet in our solar system or merely the largest dwarf planet in the Kuiper Belt, no...
Seeds of Wisdom
On the importance of constantly seeking to outgrow the notions of religion and Jewish ritual we are left with from our childhood, and upgrade our understanding of faith and practice as we grow older and more mature in our journey through life.
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