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By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
This Shabbos is known as Shabbos Hagadol, the Great Shabbos. Unlike every other special day on our calendar that is commemorated on the date of the month upon which the original neis occurred, Shabbos Hagadol commemorates an event that took place on the Shabbos prior to the Pesach holiday but it is not celebrated on the date of Yud Nissan when it actually transpired.
By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Sometimes a tragedy is so great, there is nothing to say.
We cannot verbalize our feelings.
We are stunned.
Hurt.
Silent.

What can you say when seven siblings are taken in a flash?
Not by Arabs,
Thugs,
Or murderers,
But by Hashem Himself.
By Rabbi Yechiel Spero  |  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Sometimes, the enormity of a tragedy precludes us from coming up with an appropriate and fitting response, because no matter how one reacts, it will not and cannot match the devastation of the tragedy.

Upon hearing the shocking news of the horrific fire that destroyed the Sassoon home and much of the family in the Midwood neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, Klal Yisroel is utterly bereft. Numb. Bankrupt of emotion. As one person shared, “Who ever heard of such a thing? It is like one family’s Holocaust!” Indeed, one would be hard -pressed to find a calamity of such proportion in recent memory. No number of tears can properly express our feelings regarding this mind-numbing catastrophe. So what is there to do?
By Tzvi Yaakovson  |  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
In the recent elections, Yahadut HaTorah experienced a net gain of 16,000 votes. Keeping in mind that about 25,000 former voters left the party, this means that UTJ actually grew by 35,000 votes. Did Lev L’Achim actually succeed in creating a revolution in the periphery of the country? According to Rabbi Eliezer Sorotzkin, the answer is yes.
By Chaim Bashevkin  |  Wednesday, March 25, 2015
To you it seems like a big chore
Going through your every drawer
And looking for those crumbs galore
And all surprises that's in store
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