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With some advanced planning, you can feel refreshed, relaxed, and ready for the best Pesach ever. (by: aish.com) Ask most people what they associate with Pesach, and they’ll tell you they think of the hard work of cleaning, organizing, and shopping for the holiday. To our great merit, we all try to diligently prepare our […]
In ancient times there were four new years on the Jewish calendar. (by Michele Alperin, myjewishlearning.com) Time, in its essence, is an unceasing flow on which human beings have imposed meaning with arbitrary divisions and markers–years, months, weeks, days, minutes, and seconds. These units of time serve as measures for human activity in education, commerce, leisure, […]
Practical tools for anger management. (by aish.com) 1. Realize you’re not in control. Realize you’re not in control Our sages refer to anger as idolatry (Maimonides – Laws of Behavior 2:2). When you think you’re Master of the Universe and things inexplicably don’t bend to your will, you explode. “This is my lane buddy, get […]
Read some astonishing hints to Oral Torah – straight from the written text: 1. Deuteronomy 12,21 If the place the Lord, your God, chooses to put His Name there, will be distant from you, you may slaughter of your cattle and of your sheep, which the Lord has given you, as I have commanded you, […]
The content of the Talmud, the accompanying oral part of the Torah, was actually transmitted before the written Bible. by Aish HaTorah’s Discovery Seminar It’s important to clarify a common misconception many have about the Oral Torah in Judaism. The Oral Torah is not an “after-thought” interpretation of the Written Torah. In fact, the giving […]
(Source: www.breakingisraelnews.com; by Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz December 28, 2017) “Thus said God of Hosts: The fast of the fourth month, the fast of the fifth month, the fast of the seventh month, and the fast of the tenth month shall become occasions for joy and gladness, happy festivals for the House of Yehuda; but you […]
(by: Rabbi David Fohrman) Why do the laws from the rabbis end up looking so different than Biblical laws? And even more so – what does law have to do with God and spirituality? What is the point of the legalism inherent in our religion? In this video, Rabbi Fohrman argues that thought without action […]
(Source: www.ou.org; Rabbi Jack Abramowitz) …you shall not turn from the word they tell you, neither right nor left. (Deuteronomy 17:11) What the Sanhedrin says, goes. The people do not have the right to disregard their rulings or the laws they institute. Rather, we must follow them without deviating “left or right.” This means that […]