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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Second Thoughts
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Second Thoughts
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Center Stage
I think my exact reaction was, “Um… but I know absolutely nothing about making a movie!”
Gila Arnold
Center Stage
“What, one of those frummie, all-women films?” she smirked. “Nah, I never go to those. The caliber is not the highest, if you know what I mean”
Gila Arnold
Communities
As I sit with a group of men representing four decades of the yeshivah, they all have one thing in common: Scranton guy. How did the yeshivah create that glue?
Eytan Kobre
Communities
A historic dedication heralds new hope for Budapest’s Jews
Gershon Burstyn
Catching up With
Falsely accused of espionage, David Tenenbaum is still seeking closure
Binyamin Rose
Catching up With
"Being an Orthodox Jew is not a burden. It’s a privilege and it gives a person a meaningful and fulfilling life”
Binyamin Rose
5 Myths
What do you know about Swiss banks?
Sharon Gelbach
Halachah
All jumbled up with borer
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
Halachah
Separate swimming and brachos by the sea,Halachah: Water Ways,Separate swimming and brachos by the sea
Rabbi Doniel Neustadt
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Some may consider us odd, but only we are chosen by G-d

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She may have been Jewishly unlearned, but she possessed something not always present in contemporary religious life: devotion, surrender, and innocent, childlike trust before the Presence of G-d

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All Hebrew letters and numbers — even the very shapes of the individual letters — carry some message

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Some call it “Orthodox,” but it simply means being a committed Jew

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Successful negotiations are always the result of patience, perseverance, and dogged insistence on finding solutions to intractable situations 

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You did not ask for this burden, but in time you will understand that it is primarily a privilege

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman