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Right Action, Right Time  
  Right Action, Right Time  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/23/2014, 21:04
 
Shabbat Zchor: Anytime in Jewish history when anyone - even a king or a great righteous individual - placed their own logic above Divine directives, tragedy struck...  


The Thorn in Haman  
  The Thorn in Haman's Side  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/23/2014, 19:32
 
Even though the palace feast was Glatt Kosher, Mordechai issued a directive prohibiting any Jew from attending. Other Jewish leaders called him "extreme" and "primitive"...  


Drunk on Love  
  Drunk on Love  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/18/2014, 12:22
 
If you want to get to know the inner dimensions of an individual, you don't need a sonogram. All you need is a good bottle of Judean Hills Malbec or an Upper Galilee Merlot…  


Equal-Opportunity Mitzvoth  
  Equal-Opportunity Mitzvoth  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/18/2014, 12:20
 
Shabbat Parshat Shekalim: are some people are more advantaged than others? The Torah says no, for it and the mitzva of the half shekel are equal opportunities...  


The (un)Happy Purim  
  The (un)Happy Purim  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 2/9/2014, 19:16
 
She couldn't understand why Purim - which should be the happiest day of the year - seemed to be the saddest day of the year; what was Hashem telling her?  


Lovesick  
  Lovesick  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 1/26/2014, 20:19
 
With the image of a Persian palace belly-dancer in his head, the Jew wouldn't be able to learn Torah or pray, even if he didn't assimilate...  


How to Nullify a Decree  
  How to Nullify a Decree  
 
By the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Publish date: 2/12/2013, 16:39
 
The holiday of Purim celebrates the miraculous deliverance of the Jewish people from a threat of annihilation: the evil plan fomented by Haman to destroy them, Heaven forbid...  


The Clogged Pore  
  The Clogged Pore  
 
By Tal Rotem
Publish date: 2/4/2013, 18:54
 
Purim is not only a time of joy; it's a time of reflection. We take a good look at ourselves and examine whether there are any Haman-like traces on our character profile...  


Joy of Purim  
  Joy of Purim  
 
By Dr. Zev Ballen
Publish date: 2/27/2012, 11:34
 
We can learn everything that we need to know about being happy from one very special holiday that Hashem gave to us – the holiday of Purim.  


The Red Suitcase  
  The Red Suitcase  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/27/2012, 11:31
 
The poor man sat on a tattered red suitcase in the middle of the sidewalk crying like a baby; people were already hurrying to shul, but he had nowhere to sleep…  


Little Queen Esther  
  Little Queen Esther  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Publish date: 2/25/2012, 19:32
 
The little queen stood in front of the mirror next to the yoghurts and whipped topping, kissing her reflection over and over as if to say, “I love you! I really really love you!”  


Above the Sun  
  Above the Sun  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/25/2012, 19:19
 
How can King Solomon, the wisest of all men that ever walked the face of the earth, say that there's nothing new under the sun? Was there Google Search in his time?  


Prayer before drinking wine  
  Prayer before drinking wine  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 3/22/2011, 17:30
 
I hereby connect myself through drinking this wine, to Purim day and to all the true Tzaddikim in our generation, and to all the true Tzaddikim of  


The Holy Drunkard  
  The Holy Drunkard  
 
By Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach
Publish date: 3/13/2011, 20:38
 
On Purim we break down all the good manners of the world. We are real. And if you are real, you can be drunk and still be real, still be holy, still be on the highest level…  


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