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You shall not see your brother's ox or sheep going astray and ignore them; rather, you should restore them to your brother… And so you shall do with every lost thing of your brother - you may not remain oblivious (22:1-3) When Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch wa...
Yes, it's true that life is a classroom, but not always must you be the student!
There are houses made of bricks, and houses built of effort and accomplishment. One can “build” up a friend to be a solid edifice of G‑d-centered living, or build a network that develops into an oasis of spirituality.
Don’t think that quarreling with a friend is OK. Ultimately, it will escalate . . .
Marriage in Jewish thought is not two people working together towards the same cause; it is the merging of two beings into one.
A caricature of neurotic self-absorption, or the most encouraging and optimistic perspective of reality in the history of human awareness?
What divorce teaches about marriage
Many of the Torah’s laws of marriage are derived from the passage (Deuteronomy 24:1–4) legislating divorce. Isn’t that kinda . . . strange?
According to the School of Shammai, if your spouse is unfaithful; according to the School of Hillel, a burnt supper is grounds; Rabbi Akiva says, "even if he found another more beautiful than she."
Even if we feel it necessary to take another person to court, ensure it remains a “case” and does not descend into a “quarrel.”
Judaism’s perspective and insight into the profound meaning, beauty, romance and mystery of marriage can be discovered by exploring the meaning behind the seemingly technical details of the law.
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