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To understand why, we first need to examine why we wash our hands in the first place.
If your daughter cooks the most delicious chicken soup and kneidelach, you can tell her, "that was mamash geshmak (tasty).”
On the third Jewish birthday of a Jewish boy, friends and community members are invited to a festive haircutting ceremony called an upshernish or chalakah.
Culled from Talmud, Midrash, Zohar, and other sources, and translated into English, these pithy quotes have been grouped into categories for you to contemplate, internalize, and share.
Loving yourself and knowing your strengths are vital to being a successful person. Here's how to do it.
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Daily Thought
True, when we work from above and stay above, the transformation we effect does not last. Yet while it is there, it is all-consuming. While it is there, everything experiences a whole new state of being. True, when we work from within, the transformation is self-sustaining, but it is only skin deep. The beast within remains a beast, just slightly more enlightened. The world remains a world, only a brighter world. Ultimately, both approaches are needed. We can teach and provide knowledge, yet preserve a sense of the transcendent and unknowable. We can work with the world on its own terms, but we...
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