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Klutz is Yiddish for “piece of wood,” but it means so much more than that.
I envy people who have faith, with their strength and clarity. How can I acquire similar faith?
The primary event commemorated on this Shabbat is a great miracle which occurred on this day . . .
As a rabbi, I am often asked to pray for people. This one is in need of a blessing for improved health, the other wants to earn a better living, and so it goes.
The Jewish mother is a personality type very common among mothers who are Jewish. If you were an unborn soul making an informed decision about what sort of mother to be born to, in any part of the world, at any point in history, you would certainly choose to be born to a Jewish mother.
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Daily Thought
Even the wisest amongst us has no wings to escape himself. Even when a man stands upright on the tallest mountain and perceives all there is to perceive, comprehends all there is to comprehend, achieves the ultimate realization of the Oneness that lies behind all things, and the nothingness of his own self— In the end, he is still stuck on the ground where his feet have brought him. His eyes have not seen beyond his own eyeballs; his mind has grasped only that which a mind can grasp and touched that which it can reach. He has remained within his own self. And the proof: he has remained with...
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