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Torah and mitzvot are the wedding ring with which G‑d betrothed the people of Israel and obligated Himself to provide them with sustenance and livelihood
Hayom Yom, Tishrei 28

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Chanukah

December 2 - 10, 2018

 
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Deborah was there because Rebecca was fulfilling a promise she made to Jacob 36 years earlier.
Whatever the nature of a conflict, it is not the objective facts that drive it, but our thoughts that create the story around it.
Just as a person may become farblunget during the course of a trip, a soul may blondje in its life journey on earth.
At the start of the chuppah marriage ceremony, it is customary for the bride to circle the groom counterclockwise (three or) seven times.
Time and time again, it appeared as if the plucky nation of monotheists would be swallowed up by the religion du jour
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