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Marriage in Jewish thought is not two people working together towards the same cause; it is the merging of two beings into one.
Judaism’s perspective and insight into the profound meaning, beauty, romance and mystery of marriage can be discovered by exploring the meaning behind the seemingly technical details of the law.
Every verse in the Torah is meant to be understood on many levels. When we look deeper into this verse, we can learn lessons that apply to all of us, even to someone who doesn’t own a house.
Popular culture portrays the single life is as one long party, while those condemned to domesticity supposedly arrive home to a daily drudgery enlivened only by the occasional fight. High-profile divorce cases, mothers-in-law, and a growing communal accep...
Isn’t Love Natural?
In the real world we don’t just ride into the sunset and live happily ever after.
What divorce teaches about marriage
Many of the Torah’s laws of marriage are derived from the passage (Deuteronomy 24:1–4) legislating divorce. Isn’t that kinda . . . strange?
According to the School of Shammai, if your spouse is unfaithful; according to the School of Hillel, a burnt supper is grounds; Rabbi Akiva says, "even if he found another more beautiful than she."
When the body is facing death you use the tourniquet; otherwise it does more damage than good
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