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I have an anger problem. And I never knew it until I became a parent. Because the only people I take my anger out on are my own kids.
The custom of burying our loved ones specifically in Israel is as old as the Jewish nation itself.
Who decided which texts belonged to the biblical canon and which texts did not belong? The Oral Torah during the early, pre-mishnaic, periods.
The chupah ceremony at the Jewish wedding contains profound mystical meaning and valuable lessons for a lasting marriage.
I’ll leave you room to err, says G‑d, because you will rebuild—grander, stronger and more beautiful edifices.
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Daily Thought
Unbound by the confines of space and time, your soul sees a reality your mind cannot fathom. From that vision seeps down the power to face the challenges of a dark, confusing world. But a higher vision still means that there are two and not one: There is you and there is the vision you perceive. And if there are two, two can be separated. That is why, when the darkness and confusion swells and storms, a higher vision is not enough. That is when you need to reach to the very core of our souls. Not to see a vision, but to...
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Upcoming Holiday:

The Three Weeks

July 23 - August 14, 2016

 
Daily Quote
"Love your fellow as yourself" (Leviticus 19:18) is an elaboration and elucidation upon "And you shall love the L-rd your G-d" (Deuteronomy 6:5). When one loves one's fellow one loves G-d, for one's fellow contains within him/herself a "part of G-d above" (Job 31:2). By loving one's fellow, the innermost part of him...
Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov