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No person is “broken” or ready to be discarded. Each of us is valuable, and has a valuable contribution to make to our world.
These are the colors in the soul, the emotions with which we relate to G-d, in our own inner Sanctuary: blue, scarlet, purple, white...
To touch some of heaven’s radiance, then curve gracefully back towards the earth in a glorious ray of colors that are manmade reflections of G‑d’s truth and hope for mankind . . .
"I know all about astronomy," insisted the rabbi. "Tvinkle, tvinkle little stah."
A friend of mine recently got a red string that she wears as a bracelet to ward off an ayin hara (evil eye). Is there any source for this in Judaism, and should I wear one as well? Reply As I discussed in What Is the Meaning of the Evil Eye?, there are in...
As things seemed to go from bad to worse, I pushed my chair away from the desk and forced myself to take a few breaths. I had to do something, or I knew I was doomed to have my day continue its downspin . . .
"His eyes are red with wine," Jacob blessed his fourth son Judah, "and his teeth are white with milk." In a Chassidic discourse, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi explains the spiritual significance of "teeth", "whiteness", "redness" and "wine"
Why do very religious men wear long black garments only, even in summertime? I mean, doesn't it get sort of hot?
It is customary that the person leading the Seder wear a plain white garment, or kittel. Some maintain that the basis for this custom is that the kittel resembles a burial shroud and thus serves to remind one of the futility of vanity and pride. These com...
There is a custom is to wear white clothing, or more specifically, a white robe-like garment called a kittel, on Yom Kippur. In many communities, the kittel is worn exclusively on Yom Kippur. In some traditions, the custom is to wear white on Rosh Hashana...
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