Monthly Archives: March 2013

Quote of the Day: Humility and Gratitude

“Dressed in our sartorial finery, sitting around a table bedecked with silver goblets and our best china, surrounded by loving family and friends while eating a gourmet dinner and drinking vintage wines, what better time to be reminded of our … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: A Delicate Balance

“The classical explanation for breaking a glass at the end of the wedding is to recall the destruction of Jerusalem. As the glass is broken, everyone screams out Mazel Tov! There is something peculiar, not only about recalling an historic tragedy … Continue reading

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God Needs YOU!

Parashiot Vayakhel – Pekudei “G-d spoke unto Moshe, saying: ‘On the first day of the first month, you are to set up the Tabernacle, the tent of meeting (Exodus 40:1-2).’” Judaism teaches that G-d has a unique purpose for each … Continue reading

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One Cow, Two Cow, Red Cow, Gold Cow

Shabbat Parah – Ki Tissa This week is a special Shabbat called Shabbat Parah. It is named after the special maftir reading from Numbers 19 that describes the process for sacrificing the Red Heifer. This portion is always read before … Continue reading

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