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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
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Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Second Thoughts
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
Having felt the hand of G-d protecting His people and His land, can we simply go about our daily regimen as before?   And it came to pass, in the year 5784, that the enemies of Israel sent forth hundreds of deadly missiles, drones, and rockets toward Eretz Yisrael, and not a single one of
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
“Slow down. Let’s think logically. What exactly is suspicious here? Kids always like to look at animals”
Shifra Glick
tastes like shabbos
Just the word itself brings waves of nostalgia for the beautiful Shabbosos of my childhood
Family Table Readers
tastes like shabbos
A teacher and a mother, Rebbetzin Machlis cooked for several hundred guests every Shabbos for decades
Sarah Faygie Berkowitz
Face to Face
Korbanos are a reminder that our guf is meaningful only when used in the service of our seichel
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Face to Face
We fall into the arms of the One Who understands us best
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz
Connection Everywhere: Yom Kippur Theme 5783
“Please come with me,” she begged. “It’ll be a one-time thing — and the trip won’t last more than 24 hours”
Sarah Pardes
Connection Everywhere: Yom Kippur Theme 5783
It wouldn’t be easy to both fast and care for my father the entire day. So, the zechus of the mitzvah fell on me
Sarah Pardes
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