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It is a beautiful and colorful aspect of G‑d’s world, but it’s also a reminder of tragedy. We are taught not to stare at it, but we do make a special blessing when it appears in the sky. Let’s see what the Torah has to say about the rainbow.
Question: My daughter's Hebrew name is Talia. Can you tell me the name's meaning and significance? Answer: Your daughter has quite an auspicious name. Talia is a contraction of two Hebrew words (tal and y-ah), and means "dew of G‑d." Dew and rain are both...
Although many see the rainbow as a beautiful symbol of peace, its biblical origin is not all that positive. Let’s take a look.
And Why Some People Love Eating in a Wet Sukkah
If sitting in the sukkah bothers you, like in wet weather, you can leave and eat inside the house.Nevertheless, many people refuse to eat outside of the sukkah. When you understand what the sukkah is, you'll see why.
The connection between Dec. 5 or 6 and Vetein Tal Umatar Livrachah
Why does this specific prayer depend on a secular date rather than a Jewish one?
Why do we play with a bow and arrow on the Jewish holiday of Lag BaOmer?
For better or for worse, meat is an undeniable favorite on the kosher menu. Is this good? Let’s have a look . . .
First a quake, now a hurricane . . .
Question: What's going on? First we had an earthquake that shook much of the East Coast, and now we have a hurricane coming our way. Earthquakes belong in the Pacific, and hurricanes belong in the Caribbean! Is this the beginning of the apocalypse? Respon...
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