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The Jewish people have come a long way since G-d called Abraham to follow Him to the promised land.
Brief sketches of heroes from our nation's past from the children's monthly Talks and Tales (published 1941–1989). Each article is a portrait of one personality, some famous and some commonplace, giving us a perspective on his time-period, his deeds...
From Our People: A History of the Jews
  Our People, originally published in 1946, was the first Jewish history book for the English speaking reader. Read today, it still provides a comprehensive outline of Jewish history, and also a view of the telling of history as it evolved over the l...
Unconditional love begins at home, and from there it spreads to the entire world.
Cure senseless hatred. Do acts of senseless kindness.
You will not find G‑d by abandoning all that He put under your care.
It is not so much that we need to be taken out of exile. It is that the exile must be taken out of us.
Once there was an adolescent camel that would pose questions to its mother incessantly, as all children naturally do. “Mother, why do we have a hump perched on our backs?” Mother replied, “My child, these humps prevent hunger and thirst as we trek through...
If there is anything to fear, it is that we may make peace with all that is bad and ugly in this world.
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