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Advice From a Cow – Parshas Ki Sisa, Parshas Para

On Purim, my daughters dressed up as cowgirls. My baby was dressed up as a cow. Their mishloach manos, the gifts of food that they shared with their friends, were cow-themed. Just when I thought that I was finished with…

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Then and Now – The Purim Miracles

The Purim holiday, which we celebrate on Sunday, March 12, 2017, is a joyous holiday  that  commemorates the great miracles that G-d performed for His people when he saved them from the evil clutches of Haman. Shortly after Haman decreed…

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Location! Location! Location! Parshas

By: administrator - 23 July 2010 - 0 Comments

This weeks Torah portion begins with Moses telling the Nation how he implored G-d to enter the land of Israel, but G-d refused,instucting him instead to ascend a mountain and see the promised land. The sages speculated as to what…

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Building Connections Tisha B’Av

By: Rabbi Mordechai Miller - 16 July 2010 - 0 Comments

The two Batei Mikdosh, Holy Temples in Jerusalem, were magnificent edifices, both physically and spiritually. They were places of intense connection to G-d, and they released a surge of spirituality into the entire world. The Batei Mikdosh were both destroyed…

The Lebron James Sweepstakes and You

By: Rabbi Gedalia Liebes - 08 July 2010 - 0 Comments

For sports fans, especially basketball fans, tonight is a very special night. For tonight, at 9pm-prime time-an extremely gifted and talented basketball phenom, known as “King James” to his loyal fans, will end the suspense and finally announce which team…

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Bringing It All Together Parshas Balak

By: Rabbi Shlomo Landau - 25 June 2010 - 0 Comments

Question: If you were part of a committee charged with the mission of ensuring the continuity of the Jewish people, which of the following items would you select as the most important element necessary to accomplish that task?   A)…

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The Living Years- Parshas Chukas

By: Rabbi Yitzchok Oratz - 18 June 2010 - 0 Comments

Imagine doing a strenuous workout outside on a ninety degree summer’s day. Workout was tough — but you did it. You feel good. Invigorated. You go inside your house & you are thinking about one thing & one thing only…