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Aron Moss is rabbi of the Nefesh Community in Sydney, Australia, and is a frequent contributor to Chabad.org.
Professor Gershom Scholem offers a theory
Professor Scholem was curious to know what turned an educated young man towards tradition. David’s answer was straightforward: “I discovered the Book of Tanya. I found Chabad.”
Isn’t it a little unfair that all my life I was more Jewish than my friends, was even subjected to anti-Semitism, and after all that I’m told I need to convert?
Every year I get all inspired. But somehow it dissipates pretty quickly . . .
A podcast hosted by Rabbi Aron Moss, noted author and speaker on real life issues with a Jewish twist. Listen to dialogues and debates, catch ups and conversations with ordinary people who have extraordinary stories.
Every person at your chuppah adds their soul energy—their particular aura and presence to the occasion. And only those who should be there will be there.
If anything, it is quite sweet tasting. So why eat lettuce to commemorate the bitterness of the Egyptian slavery?
How do we stay sane when we don't know what's lurking around the corner?
All we know about her is her name. And that’s all we need to know.
Do women not count? Are they supposed to just be quietly left in the background?
Can you explain why the lifespan of the early generations was incredibly long? According to Genesis, Adam died at age 930, Noah was almost 500 when he started building the ark (not bad!), and Methuselah lived a world record 969 years. So what happened? Wh...
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