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Rabbi Eli Pink lives in Leeds, England, where he juggles his role as Director of Education for Lubavitch Foundation of Leeds with his familial responsibilities. His Torah E-Thoughts are read by hundreds of people and he teaches a range of Torah classes each week.
While it took exactly seven weeks to transform a downtrodden nation of slaves to a G‑d-fearing nation, Iraq and Afghanistan are struggling mightily with nation building. What did G‑d know that Presidents Bush and Obama, and Prime Ministers Blair and Brown...
Exile is a crucible; the challenges and difficulties of thriving in a hostile world provide the optimal setting for personal and national growth. However, if we become comfortable in our exile and feel that we are in a “home away from home,” we become vul...
Does Judaism truly have something to say about every aspect of our life, or are the rabbis who claim to have an opinion on everything simply intrusive and controlling? Should rabbis just stick to teaching Torah?
What inspires one man to stand up and say the truth to a room full of uncaring politicians? Politicians who voted for a resolution so one-sided that even Judge Goldstone condemned it!
In the first paragraph of Shema we are told first the mitzvah of education and then the mitzvah of tefillin. The order is reversed in the second paragraph. What is the significance behind this change in wording?
The world seems to be going through significant turmoil. How can we sleep peacefully in our beds at night with such storms brewing outside our front doors?
Bibi's address has left a lot of people unhappy. Did Bibi blink by accepting a (sort of) Palestinian State? But I think that the question posed to me this past week is perhaps the most germane of all...
Why can't we recite the blessing if the day is overcast -- aren't we still benefiting from the sun?
When Golda Meir famously joked that the Jewish people had managed, after forty years of wandering, to end up in the only country in the Middle East with no oil, she was only partially right...
Why did G‑d instruct that the lesser materials of silver and copper also be used in the Mishkan's construction? Surely pure gold would have looked much more spectacular...
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