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If you hurt someone’s feelings as a result of a mere slip of the tongue, presumably there is nothing to be sorry for. Presumably it “meant nothing.” Unless, of course, unconscious gestures are even more meaningful than conscious ones.
Not to demean the big stuff which are the bedrock of who we are and what we do, but may I venture to say that the real battle, the real sacrifices that are sacrificed daily on our altar, are the small stuff...
To receive the Divine teachings, Moses had to achieve the quality of utter humility
"She demanded Medical School or else!" "She force fed me chicken soup -- intravenously!" Jewish novelists have made millions denouncing their mothers to the world...
At the close of the Parshah of Vayikra, the Torah teaches that a person who denied under oath that he had another’s money in his possession, but later admitted having sworn falsely and having had the money all along—such a person must return the money to ...
In the titular opening word of the third book of the Torah - Vayikra (Leviticus), the Aleph is small. What is the signifigance of this small Aleph?
For my family and me, these past 12 months have been quite a ride. We’ve had wonderful times and times of heartbreak.
When one person is being dishonest to another, why does the Torah call it “a transgression against G‑d”?
Leaders make mistakes. That is inevitable. The real issue is how he or she responds to those mistakes.
"Hey, Danny, check out my muscles! You think you're the strongest? Well, you sure are mistaken!" Danny howled with laughter. "Ben, give me a break… You don't know what muscles are!..."
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