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The Aquatic Seder  
  The Aquatic Seder  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 4/8/2017, 21:14
 
We never know how Shabbat, Passover, the wedding or anything else that we plan will begin. But, there is one vital element that we must include in preparing…  


A Most Welcome Guest  
  A Most Welcome Guest  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/4/2017, 08:01
 
A person who doesn't have emuna can't open his home for he'll be worried that he doesn't have enough food for his own family, so how can he feed others?  


Journey to Freedom  
  Journey to Freedom  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 3/28/2017, 20:03
 
When we rise above the limitations of our logical thinking and trust with all our hearts in G-d’s Plan, we can return to Him with love, devotion, joy, harmony, and a sense of calm…  


Defining a "Kosher Passover"  
  Defining a "Kosher Passover"  
 
By Lori Steiner
Update date: 3/21/2017, 21:07
 
To get rid of the negativity around cleaning, start early and do a little at a time. It’s called time management, which, if you are a woman, might be a big challenge…  


Not Even a Trace  
  Not Even a Trace  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/8/2017, 22:58
 
Spain after the Inquisition was a dangerous place for a Jew: he'd be faced with the choice of death or forced conversion. And here, Shimon and Reuven were shipwrecked...  


Apart From the Rest  
  Apart From the Rest  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 4/5/2017, 12:50
 
In the 210 years of the Egyptian exile, there was only one case of breached modesty among the millions of Jewish women; that's why they're called "outstanding"...  


The Hidden Hand  
  The Hidden Hand  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 3/29/2015, 09:09
 
Not just a simple song that Jewish children sing in kindergarten, the Dayenu sonnet is the focal point of the Passover Seder, where we gain a glimpse of the hidden hand..  


Only You  
  Only You  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 4/15/2017, 22:19
 
Don't ever underestimate yourself. Passover comes to show you that you are capable of doing things that seem way beyond your reach. Only you can do the job...  


The Demonstration  
  The Demonstration  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/5/2017, 12:53
 
They burned the national flag right in front of the riot police; what type of totalitarian power would tolerate such civil disobedience? A Shabbat HaGadol parable...  


Like Splitting the Sea  
  Like Splitting the Sea  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/15/2017, 22:22
 
Hashem sends people a mate that would be the best partner in the world for accomplishing their mission in life, but they want something more – more money or a fancier pedigree…  


Choose Your Emotion  
  Choose Your Emotion  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 3/14/2017, 15:15
 
Shabbat Parah: Danny looked at his watch as the minutes ticked by. He had planned to ask Naomi to marry him, but meanwhile, he sat alone in the restaurant. Where was she?  


Riches on the Beach  
  Riches on the Beach  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/15/2017, 23:26
 
When all of the Jewish People were preoccupied with gathering the booty of Egypt after crossing the Red Sea, Moses was preoccupied with the bones of Joseph...  


Overcoming Fear  
  Overcoming Fear  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Update date: 4/7/2017, 13:54
 
Shabbat HaGadol: the main prerequisite for the redemption of our people from slavery in Egypt was to overcome their fear in performing Hashem's commandment...  


A New Pair of Shoes  
  A New Pair of Shoes  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 3/21/2017, 21:03
 
Not everything in downtown Manhattan is glitter and opulence; there in the bitter cold of sub-freezing temperatures, sat a shivering beggar with no shoes on his feet...  


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