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Torah, The: (lit. teaching) (a) The Five Books of Moses (The Bible); (b) the overall body of Jewish religious teachings encompassing the whole body of Jewish law, practice and tradition
Spiritual gluttony is no less selfish than the physical sort, and one who focuses solely on self-realization and self-fulfillment -- be it in the most positive and lofty sense -- is turning his Holy Temple inside out
It's not what you give that is so precious, it's how much of yourself is invested in the gift.
At first the young man was impressed with the young lady’s character, but was repelled by the shape of her nose. Then he learned to ignore it. Now he loves it . . .
Granny Shapiro had never been on an airplane. But now, with her granddaughter's wedding taking place in Israel, Mrs. Shapiro was about to embark on her very first flight. And she was very afraid...
The approaching festival of Passover makes us confront issues concerning good battling against evil, escape from enslavement by enemies, the triumph of light over darkness. There are such battles on a national level, and they also exist within a person in...
The haftorahMalachi, 3:4-24. for Shabbat Hagadol is from the Book of Malachi, who lived at the beginning of the Second Temple era. He foretells of the time of Moshiach, and rebukes the Jewish people for putting the wicked on a pedestal, for not serving G‑...
For the haftarah of Tzav, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
The haftarah for Tzav is from the book of Jeremiah. It begins with a rebuke to the Jewish people for not doing their sacrifices with sincerity, especially the olah (burnt offering). The prophet also chastises the people for not listening to G‑d or doing w...
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