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Nechemia Schusterman

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Rabbi Nechemia Schusterman and his wife Raizel run the Chabad of Peabody jewish Center. Rabbi Schusterman is a proud father who enjoys many hobbies, including exercise skiiing and writing. Read more of his writings at RabbiSchusterman.com.
The range is huge. From doctors and nurses to liquor shops and computer stores.
Since the coronavirus ended nearly two years ago, my fellow earthmates and I made a pact to hold on to the positive changes that resulted from those very difficult and painful times.
As a Chabad yeshivah student, my Friday “job” was to go out there, put on tefillin with people, distribute Shabbat candles, and fan the flames of Judaism. My buddies and I were rarely privy to the effects of our outreach efforts, but that’s OK, because we...
Yes, loss of loved ones is going to happen, but why in such traumatic ways?
I first met the family some seven years ago, when I was called to perform a bris on their newborn son.
I recently saw a video about a fellow who tried to commit suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge.
I don’t claim to understand G‑d and His ways, but if I had to imagine how things look in heaven, they might look something like this.
My kids will often ask: Which of us (seven children) do you love most?
I figured that with a bit of time and TLC my toenails would heal and I’d be back to my bouncing self.
Last night, just as soon as the last of the children got quiet, it was our turn to make a bit of noise
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