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Point of View
Pesach brings a unique opportunity to take a deeper look at what our eyes are actually seeing
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Point of View
The purpose of a succah is to curb the harmful influences that come with the joy of accumulating property
Rabbi Moshe Grylak
Song at Sunrise
This brachah is the grand finale of the birchos hashachar
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
Song at Sunrise
To gain energy, go to the right source
Rebbetzin Shira Smiles
Kichels
You may not be able to help Rochi but you can help real people
Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz
Kichels
The New York Times has a chassidic problem Hey, NYT, Chassidim Are Also a Minority U nsurprised outrage probably sums up the reaction among Israel supporters to a recent New York Times editorial headlined, “The Ideal of Democracy in a Jewish State Is in Jeopardy.” Hitting on the now-familiar themes of the rise of Ben
Bracha Stein and Chani Judowitz
Front Row Seat
“A groisse shkoyach. mamush, a groise mitzvah hot ir gehat”
C.S. Teitelbaum
Front Row Seat
Whenever Rabbi Whittow had to buy a new car, the Rosh Yeshivah told him to weigh only two considerations
C.S. Teitelbaum
Halls of Power
Rule #8:  An advocate is only as strong as the voices he represents
Maury Litwack
Halls of Power
Rule #7: Political predictions are an inexact science
Maury Litwack
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