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The food we consume affects us on a soul-level, influencing our character and affecting our natural tendencies
We have too much good in this world. More people are suffering from overeating than under eating. Yes, yes you can't leave something on your plate without thinking of the starving children in India
What is the Torah’s view on meat eating? In our Parshah, the laws and preconditions for eating “meat of desire” (i.e., meat whose consumption is not a mitzvah or a necessity) are set forth—prompting much discussion in the Talmud, the commentaries, and the...
From man I expect good and bad. From G-d I expected only good. Until I learned about the animal sacrifices. Apparently G-d actually wants them. Imagine, a place set aside for slaughter -- in a temple!
Have you ever closed a deal, celebrated your marriage (or its anniversary), or simply spent time with a good friend—without eating something together? Why do our teeth, gullet and stomach figure so prominently in who, how, where and with whom we are?
The next time you attend a backyard barbecue and see the meat sizzling on the grill, know that your soul is salivating as well.
Life can be seen as operating in two modes: immersion in the spiritual, and entry into the world and involvement with it
For better or for worse, meat is an undeniable favorite on the kosher menu. Is this good? Let’s have a look . . .
The Jewish people today are facing many conflicts. One of these concerns shechitah, the ritual slaughter of fowls, lambs and beef so that Jews are permitted to eat the meat. A number of groups are applying pressure in an attempt to ban shechitah, or to im...
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