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Levi Greenberg

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Levi Greenberg is the director of programming at Chabad Lubavitch of El Paso, Texas.
The other week, a friend of mine connected me with a student of his who was moving from the East Coast to San Diego, driving through El Paso in the evening. Yaakov was interested in learning some Torah with a rabbi during his trip, and my friend suggested...
Hosting guests for Shabbat dinner on Friday evening is always a source of pride and pleasure for our family. Shainy prepares a delicious spread and the table is set to perfection. One week, a young boy came over with his family and was amazed at seeing th...
Have you ever been so stressed that you wanted to punch a hole in the wall? A business concept called an “anger room” provides the opportunity to break useless junk in a controlled environment, purportedly to release stress and frustration. Anger manageme...
Learn from the dress of our ancestors in Egypt the components of true Jewish freedom!
Mundane as it may seem, the gift of money expresses one of the most powerful lessons of Chanukah.
Once the core of a Jew is reached, we share much more than we can imagine.
I frequently serve as a mashgiach (kosher supervisor) on behalf of a well-known kosher certification agency to ensure that the products of several plants in town meet the kosher standards. On a recent inspection, the company representative escorted me int...
While both Purim and Passover commemorate momentous occasions of Divine deliverance, their respective stories are extremely dissimilar.
The kohanim (priests) would station themselves in all the public areas of Jerusalem and blow golden trumpets.
I was always under the impression that King David was the author of the book of Psalms (Tehillim). But as I read through the psalms, I saw that many of them are attributed to other composers: Moses, Asaph, Heiman, and others. What’s the deal?
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