Sunday, September 24, 2017
Let us not look at what could have been, but rather forward at what must be.
Tu B’Shvat is a time to enjoy fruits and vegetables, especially those of the biblical Seven Species.
There is no way of preaching love; if we are genuinely there for our children, they will learn how to care for others.
The pope has officially announced travel dates for his first visit to Israel this spring.
The Orthodox Union, the largest kosher organization in the world, announced recently that quinoa will now be certified kosher for Passover.
In this week's Torah portion, we learn about how the Jewish people were instructed to sacrifice a lamb.
In capitalist America, just about everything is up for sale, so we think the same of mitzvot. But morals cannot be bought and sold.
As we go through life, we get so caught up in the rat race that we forget that there is something above it all.
Reach out to your fellow Jews. We are one nation, one people.
The eighth candle of Hanukkah was lit Wednesday night on the world’s largest menorah next to the Reading Power Station in north Tel Aviv.


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