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Who Will Build the Third Temple?

            The Individual and the Collective There is a misconception that the Torah deals only with the four-cubits of the individual and his direct relationship with those around him, viagra sale but that it has no say in the public arena (i.e., help social, governmental, or political systems). From here, […]

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Halachah and Kabbalah

The 22nd of Shevat marks the passing of Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson, order devoted wife of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. What follows in an excerpt from a class given on the 22nd of Shevat 5757 to women in Rechovot. The Purpose of Creation The account of creation commences with the words, “In the beginning God created,” […]

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Why do we need to honor our parents? You might ask, this what is the question? Who knows what’s good for a child better than their parents? But it’s no so straightforward. The commandment to “Honor your father and your mother” is not directed at a young child, web but to an adult who is […]

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Honoring Our Father and Mother

According to Kabbalah, pills every month in the Hebrew calendar was created by means of one of the letters of the alef-bet. Here, we delve into the mysteries of the letter tzadik, which is the source of the month of Shevat. Can anyone become a tzadik (righteous individual)? On the one hand, “tzadik” is a […]

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Let’s touch briefly on the pertinent question of honoring parents who are not yet acquainted with Torah and mitzvah observance.[1] Submission If honoring one’s parents stems mainly from gratitude towards those who “brought him into the world and they exerted themselves in various efforts when he was a child” (Sefer Hachinuch), sovaldi then this reason […]

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Two-hundred-and-one years ago, sick on Motzei Shabbat (the night following Shabbat), cialis 24th of Tevet 5573, thumb Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi passed away. He was the author of the Tanya and a code of Jewish law. He did not die of old age on his bed at home, but while on a hasty escapade […]

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The End of the Enlightenment

Two-hundred-and-one years ago, sick on Motzei Shabbat (the night following Shabbat), cialis 24th of Tevet 5573, thumb Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi passed away. He was the author of the Tanya and a code of Jewish law. He did not die of old age on his bed at home, but while on a hasty escapade […]

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