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Flickering Wicks of Havdalah  
  Flickering Wicks of Havdalah  
 
By Rachel Polansky
Update date: 5/26/2020, 07:59
 
Anyone who has merited to have even a glimpse of what that feels like, a small second of pure closeness to Hashem, knows that there is no other feeling like it...  


The Day of Emuna  
  The Day of Emuna  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 5/28/2020, 11:09
 
The Sabbath is an opportunity for a person to reconnect with his own soul, to get off the mad-rush carousel and ponder what life is all about...  


Covers Are Misleading  
  Covers Are Misleading  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Update date: 6/16/2020, 08:43
 
The first thing I noticed was the black silk yarmulke on Mr. Levi's head and the television in the corner. "These people can't be too religious," I assumed.  


The Challa Deal  
  The Challa Deal  
 
By Rivka Levy
Update date: 8/19/2020, 09:42
 
So she said, "G-d, I really hate making challas. BUT - I've been reading a lot about what a blessing they bring into a Jewish home. G-d, let's make a deal..."  


Breslever Shabbat Songs  
  Breslever Shabbat Songs  
 
By Tal Rotem
Publish date: 7/10/2020, 14:15
 
The Breslev Chassidic movement is famous for its treasury of rich and varied melodies. Music has always held a central part in the Breslev community…  


Emuna: A Welcome Shabbat Guest  
  Emuna: A Welcome Shabbat Guest  
 
By Channa Coggan
Update date: 12/25/2019, 08:12
 
Our emuna is tested to the max while traveling. As Shabbat quickly approached, she was suddenly in a guest room without one piece of furniture…  


My New Job, or Shabbos  
  My New Job, or Shabbos  
 
By Rachel Avrahami
Update date: 12/31/2019, 14:36
 
When her new boss tried to get her fired, Hashem stepped in and gave the boss a taste of her own medicine...  


The Double Protection of Shabbat  
  The Double Protection of Shabbat  
 
By David Ben Horin
Update date: 12/25/2019, 08:25
 
Shabbat forces to think about everything the digital world pushes us to escape. How did Abraham become the First Jew? How did David and Moshe attain their greatness?  


The Biggest Shabbat of the Year  
  The Biggest Shabbat of the Year  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Update date: 6/2/2020, 07:57
 
This coming Shabbat is called “The Great Shabbat” for a good reason! This Shabbat, you can merit huge miracles and wonders! Plus join Tikkun Klali 1000!  


The Fifth Jump  
  The Fifth Jump  
 
By Captain David Ruderman Chaplain, US Army
Update date: 3/2/2020, 17:03
 
A Sabbath-observant soldier in the United States Army was sent to paratroop school. He only needed one more jump to graduate, but the last jump was scheduled for Saturday...  


The Engaging Shabbat Table  
  The Engaging Shabbat Table  
 
By Rabbi Aryeh Goetz
Update date: 12/25/2019, 09:17
 
Your Shabbat table can be a positive and unifying experience for participants of all ages and backgrounds; here are some simple techniques that will make a big difference...  


In Plane Sight  
  In Plane Sight  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 3/2/2020, 17:00
 
"This is your pilot speaking. There are some snow flurries tonight but we'll be landing in Boston within the hour.” She shrieked; she was supposed to be flying to Baltimore...  


Beloved Shabbat  
  Beloved Shabbat  
 
By David Perlow
Update date: 12/25/2019, 08:30
 
Shabbat observance is not always understood by those who are looking at it from the outside. What’s it all about? Why all the rules? Here are some answers...  


The Mystical Power of Shabbat  
  The Mystical Power of Shabbat  
 
By Jenn Safra
Update date: 12/25/2019, 09:05
 
Shabbat is the mitzvah mentioned the most times in the Torah. Our Rabbis, of blessed memory, taught that all of one’s transgressions are forgiven if he keeps Shabbat properly…  


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