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Pursuit of a hobby can be an act of selflessness — when the soul of the pursuit is in sync.
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As we approach the 1937th year since the Temple was destroyed in Jerusalem, Israel is still struggling with its own the identity and raison de’ etre..
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Labor Day in America, which informally marks the beginning of the work and school year, always falls before Rosh Hashana: The world’s birthday…
In Eikev, this week’s Torah portion, we begin to deal with one of life’s biggest questions: “What am I truly capable of achieving”…
A personal message about the value of reflecting during the period after the 15th of Av when “the power of the sun” begins to weaken.
Football- one of the world’s most popular sports- can be understood as a metaphor for life..
This is a personal story of how Chassidic teachings revitalized one man’s life and his perspective on his relationship with his Jewish self.
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By stating that the human being is made in the “Divine Image” we are compelled to rethink the very nature of our beings.
A life devoted to the study of Torah and implementation of its ideals much resembles a businessman’s occupation with his enterprise.
What does it mean to “be humble before every man”?