By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, July 01, 2015
Throughout the long golus, our people have had homes in many countries. Regardless of the backdrop and climate, we’ve always stood out. Our nation has always been marked by tznius and purity, testimony to the fact that the Creator whose name is interwoven with our own is “sonei zima,” loathing of immorality.
By Rabbi Yitzchok Tzvi Schwarz  |  Wednesday, July 01, 2015
On Shabbos night, we sing Shalom Aleichem, greeting the Malachei Elyon that visit our homes, bestowing blessings upon us. At this time of year, as we approach the Three Weeks, when historically our people suffered at the hands of tyrants trying to destroy us, a different sort of malach comes to mind, malachim even greater than the heavenly angels.
By Rabbi Moshe Don Kestenbaum  |  Wednesday, July 01, 2015
I need not expound on the impact that our children’s friends have on them. While some parents do their best to find ways to select their children’s friends, it rarely holds out for very long.
By Rav Yaakov Feitman  |  Wednesday, July 01, 2015
We quite correctly sigh upon the arrival of the Three Weeks. They are indeed a time of mourning and grief, as we are eased from the seventeenth of Tammuz into three weeks that have no formal joyous events, into the Nine Days, the week of Tisha B’Av, and, finally, the abject lamentations of the day of destruction itself. But the most we can usually accomplish is to stay out of trouble
By Slovie Jungreis-Wolff  |  Wednesday, July 01, 2015
The joke was on me.
The days before my trip to visit my grandchildren in Israel were filled with anticipation. Each day found me carrying around my endless list, running from shop to shop to purchase everything.
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