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Dear Readers,

In this week’s Torah portion, we read about the daughters of Tzelafchad and how they petitioned Moses to grant them an inheritance in the land of Israel since their father had died and had no sons.

The Chassidic masters explain that each of the forty-two legs of the journey from Egypt to the Holy Land reflects another generation and stage in our world history. The incident of t...

A real leader is actually the greatest servant. He doesn’t have a personal agenda at hand, but is instead there solely for the needs of the people he is leading.
— A Jewish Understanding of What Leadership Really Means
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A sheet of newspaper in the vegetable drawer in your fridge can help prevent bad odors from spreading.

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People forget how fast you did a job, but they remember how well you did it.

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