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An Essay on Chayei Sarah
Every person’s life consists of two different modes. One mode is characterized by ascents and descents, while the other is characterized by calm and tranquility, without major events or great excitement.
If you ended up on the upper story, consider yourself lucky. If you find yourself on the lower level, consider yourself luckier.
Oedipus, schmoedipus! When the Torah tells us that when Isaac married Rebecca and brought her home, "behold, it was Sarah, his mother" -- it means something else entirely
You're marrying the man you love. But there's this one strange thing: no one knows where he's been or what he's been doing for the last three years. What does this bode for your marriage?
Whom to Marry... Why Do We Fall in Love... The Kabbalah of Marriage... Yes and No... The Mikvah... Waiting... Moses vs. Freud... Adam & Eve... The Loving Friends.. Ring, Round & Roof... and 20 other articles and stories on marriage
The Rebbe often cites the sefer called Shnei Luchos HaBris (or Shelah for short) regarding the connection between events in the Jewish calendar and the portion of the Torah which is read in the relevant week. Since everything happens by hashgachah peratis...
Ishmael was a wild man; banished from Abraham's home together with his mother Hagar. Years later, we find Ishmael accompanying Abraham to the Akeidah. After Sarah’s death, Abraham remarries Hagar. What's going on?
Something significant is being hinted at here, otherwise why mention, each time, exactly where the field is and who Abraham bought it from?
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