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Abraham Visited by Angels

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Reading the Torah, I noticed that when the angels, disguised as travelers, visited Abraham, he served them "butter and milk and the calf which he had prepared." Isn't this a violation of the prohibition against eating meat and milk together?
Somehow, Abraham managed to notice these three strangers in middle of communing with the Almighty!
Receiving often has strings attached. Often, recompense in terms of gratitude and a feeling of indebtedness are expected. So is it wise to be on the receiving end?
Something which is holy is also protected and, to a certain extent, hidden...
A deed that reaches backward and forward in time to embrace all that enables it and all that results from it, to include them all in an encounter with G-d...
It was while backpacking around Europe that I first appreciated that the spontaneous hospitality practiced among Jews, which I had hereto taken for granted, was in reality truly exceptional. The friend that we had been relying on to provide Shabbat accomm...
Faced with a choice between listening to G‑d, and offering hospitality to human beings, Abraham chose the latter.
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