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Who Will Build the Third Temple?

Translation not reviewed nor edited by Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh The answer to the question in the title of this article is that it depends who you ask. There are those who say that it is obviously us who will build the Temple, sovaldi since “And they shall make Me a Temple”[1] is one of the […]

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Honoring Our Father and Mother

Why do we need to honor our parents? You might ask, 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, but to an adult who is obligated to […]

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The End of the Enlightenment

For Part 1, help read “The Rabbi and the Emperor” The French Revolution, discount and the Enlightenment that fed the entire development of the modern world, cialis is about to reach its end. Fleeing from the Serpent Rabbi Shneur Zalman’s decision to flee from Napoleon is reminiscent of Moses’ reaction to the serpent at the […]

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Two-hundred-and-one years ago, ailment on Motzei Shabbat (the night following Shabbat), malady 24th of Tevet 5573, healing 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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Careful! Up to Mischief

Which would you prefer, a “rebellious” child, or a “good” child? Most parents and educators would choose the good, well-behaved and polite child who does everything he is told and behaves as expected of him. Who needs the trials and tribulations of the rebellious child?! But, a seasoned educator may well prefer a rebellious child. […]

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The Jewish year begins ceremoniously with the shofar blast of Rosh Hashanah (New Year), healing and continues to reach new climaxes with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), viagra Sukkot (Festival of Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Rejoicing of the Torah). Despite a certain drop in energy during the month of Cheshvan, when there are no […]

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Judaism begins at home

Jewish genealogy has become something of an art. There are many internet sites that can help you chart your family history and discover long-lost relatives you never knew about. Perhaps this penchant for family history begins with the list of Jewish family names that appears in Parashat Pinchas. After a fatal epidemic struck the people […]

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