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The Shabbat Crash  
  The Shabbat Crash  
 
By David Perlow
Publish date: 11/18/2013, 15:44
 
Just as Hashem is patient with us, we too need to be patient with others. It’s our job to look for the good in each other before we make erroneous and regretful decisions...  


A Letter to Neturei Karta  
  A Letter to Neturei Karta  
 
By Rabbi Avraham Isaac Kook zatza”l
Publish date: 9/27/2013, 17:27
 
The anti-Zionist Neturei Karta leader had publicly disgraced Rav Kook repeatedly, but with his daughter deathly ill, he now needed Rav Kook's urgent help…  


In the Blink of An Eye  
  In the Blink of An Eye  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Publish date: 6/2/2013, 21:24
 
How many times do we fear that Hashem isn’t near because it looks like all of our efforts are doing nothing, and the situation keeps getting worse, like before the Six Day War?  


Mouser Money  
  Mouser Money  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Publish date: 4/29/2013, 15:58
 
A mouse in a Jewish mother's kosher kitchen? It's amazing how one of Hashem's tiny messengers can bring about such a change in an entire family...  


Five Steps to Greatness  
  Five Steps to Greatness  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 2/4/2013, 18:43
 
You too can be great. It's not easy and it won't happen overnight, but you have a hidden potential that's like a diamond - all you must do is dig it out from the depths...  


The Meaning of Exile  
  The Meaning of Exile  
 
By Dovber HaLevi
Publish date: 2/12/2012, 18:29
 
Eighty percent of our people chose to remain in Egypt; they perished. After the plagues, they convinced themselves that the future was all in their favor…  


The Good Point  
  The Good Point  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 8/14/2011, 20:21
 
She had a terrible relationship with a certain person. It had got to the point where she absolutely couldn’t stand them, not even being in the same room with them…  


The Riots of 1929  
  The Riots of 1929  
 
By Rabbi Simcha Raz
Publish date: 6/13/2011, 18:22
 
Rumor pointed to Harry Charles Luke, a meshumad and Secretary General of the British Mandatory Government, who encouraged the Arab marauders to pillage the Jews…  


Hezekiah and Moshiach  
  Hezekiah and Moshiach  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 5/21/2011, 21:47
 
The Jews of King Hezekiah's time should have brought redemption. The Talmud says that King Hezekiah should have been Moshiach, but neither merited; why?  


The Lesson of Yehoyachin  
  The Lesson of Yehoyachin  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 4/3/2011, 23:25
 
We have no idea of the magnitude of good we create by successfully passing a test of faith. By clinging steadfastly to our faith, we influence our offspring for posterity...  


Betrayal  
  Betrayal  
 
By Yaakov Bar Nahman
Publish date: 1/9/2011, 18:44
 
Solomon was sent to Berlin. There he was interred for four days while it was decided whether to execute him or ship him off to a concentration camp.  


Blankenase  
  Blankenase  
 
By Yaakov Bar Nahman
Publish date: 1/4/2011, 17:16
 
The Nazis raid the farm in search of the Jewish children, but the latter have already escaped trying to reach the Promised Land…  


In The Austrian Army  
  In The Austrian Army  
 
By Yaakov Bar Nahman
Publish date: 12/28/2010, 21:14
 
Moshe Paul’s enlistment procedure was uneventful, except for several smirks and side comments about Jews… but he was in very good physical condition…  


The Death of Uncle Layish  
  The Death of Uncle Layish  
 
By Yaakov Bar Nahman
Publish date: 12/22/2010, 14:04
 
The partisans were ambushed with artillery and heavy machine gun fire in the Yugoslav forest fields near the border; the mortally-wounded courier barely made it home…  


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