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An examination of the mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah and why it is the mitzvah singled out by the Talmud as G-d’s “easy mitzvah.”
Just as the women gave everything they had to help build the Mishkan, today women must replicate this in building a strong Jewish home.
You were created to transform the material world into a home for G-d.
An exploration of the laws pertaining to bar mitzra, the neighbor whose land borders your own, and the correlation to G-d’s giving of the Torah to man.
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One must remain focused on what is important or they can lose sight of why they are working towards their goal.
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Millions of people experience dread, anguish, worry, and ambivalence about having to go home for Thanksgiving. Read open advice from Rabbi Jacobson and an assortment of people on how to deal with it.
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Rabbi Jacobson tells a story about his own Passover growing up, intertwined with a discussion about the four questions and the experience of life.