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Elly Krimsky

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Rabbi Elly Krimsky is the rabbi of the Young Israel of Stamford, CT. Rabbi Krimsky also serves as Assistant Director of Jewish Career Development and Placement and the Director of RIETS Rabbinic Alumni, both at Yeshiva University under the auspices of the Center for the Jewish Future.
We were just confirmed "sinless" moments prior. So, why do we now recite the blessing of Selach lanu, wherein we ask G‑d to "forgive us for we have sinned""?
Why We Usher the Shabbat Angels Out
A person invites guests for dinner. He introduces the guests to his family, sits down at the table—and then not three minutes later, before the first morsel of food is served, the guests are shown the door...
Today New York City hosts its annual marathon. I saw an interesting article by Juliet Macur in the Sports Section of the October 23 edition of The New York Times. The article – "Plodders Have a Place, but Is It in a Marathon?" – addressed the "straggler" ...
The Difference between the Generation of the Flood and the Generation of the Dispersal
Theology can at times be more challenging than keeping Shabbat, avoiding non-kosher food and the other mitzvot that govern our lives. We too are challenged by our faith system...
Why did the Almighty choose the imagery of an eagle to describe His love for and providence over us? One question - five explanations
Our collective hearts are broken over this tragedy. The Holtzbergs lived the life of our Patriarch Isaac. They lived a life of sacrifice, and unfortunately, died that way as well.
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