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An integral part of G-d’s dwelling is a human self for whom “G-d is my G-d”—for whom a life in the service of the Almighty is deeply satisfying.
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Thus, the story of the “Second Passover” gives rise to the principle that “There is no earlier or later in Torah.”
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What is the Torah’s position on the contentious issue of the death penalty?
The month of Elul is a month in which the love between the divine Groom and His bride Israel is at its height.
Teshuvah is the ultimate transformation that a human being can undergo—the transformation from disconnection to connection
The twenty-nine days of Elul offer an isle in time, a sanctum for introspection and self-assessment, for atonement and rehabilitation.