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Rabbi Moshe Grylak
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Rabbi Moshe Grylak
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Rabbi Moshe Grylak
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Our community does not have a unique problem, but we are small enough that we can create unique solutions
Rabbi Yisrael Motzen
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How an elevated society preserves its integrity and spiritual health   How would we manage in such a spiritually sensitive utopian society that any utterance of a compromised nature would make our skin turn white and force us into isolation? The drama in this week’s parshah is startling: All 600,00 souls who left Mitzrayim are
Rabbi Ezra Schwartz
The Last Flask
And then they found it — the last flask, the small bottle that would enable them to start anew. 12 writers share the last flask that lit up their own lives rattle of hope
Family First Contributors
Mind Your Business
Gain exposure and credibility by writing a blog
Naomi Elbinger
Inside Israel
The planned massive attacks during the chagim were to have been carried out with help from Hamas in Gaza
Eliezer Shulman
Inside Israel
Reminders of Unesaneh Tokef kept cropping up throughout the year
Eliezer Shulman
Make Her Day
We asked: Do you know someone whose life needs brightening? We gave you $100. And you made her day
Make Her Day
We gave them $100. They made someone’s day. 9 stories
Ariella Schiller
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