Religious stories

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    Does the message of Pesach have any relevance in today's day and age? Why is the Halach Ma'anya written in Aramaic? When is the best time to say Halach Ma'anya? How do we answer the question that the four sons ask?

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    The following story was told over at an awards ceremony for Howard Schultz, chairman and chief global strategist of the famed coffee company, Starbucks Corp. Schultz received the Botwinick Prize in Business Ethics from Columbia Business School

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    There was a young Chassid who was enamored by the rituals of Pesach. He would be anticipating its arrival for months. He was fascinated by the participation of all present at the Seder night, especially his father at the head of the table

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    ​We're loyal to our jobs; we're loyal to our country; we're loyal to our spouse; we're even loyal to our sports teams (Go, Mets)!! Loyalty is something we do.

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    There is an amazing story I'd like to share with readers which I heard from one of the classes that I took when I was expecting a baby called Hypnobirthing, if some of you may not know what it is, it's a way of birthing,

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    I remember when M&M's, Snickers and Milky Ways received their kosher OU certification. Those were the classic candy bars we ate as kids.

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    On Parshat Parah, we read the section found in the beginning of Parshat Chukat known as Parah.

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    When the Jews, our Ancestors, entered the Promised Land they were warned that if they had a propensity for haughtiness and arrogance

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    This article was constructed with the help of either writings, lectures or shiurim of Rabbi's, Yissachar Frand, Yossi bilus, Asher Hurzberg, Artscrol Siddur

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    BARUCH SHE'AMAR starts with a very popular world BARUCH. Baruch is commonly translated as "blessed". If we contemplate this, we see that the translation "blessed" does not make sense. What does it even mean to say someone is "blessed"? Perhaps it me

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    This article was constructed with the help of either writings, lectures or shiurim of Rabbi's Naftali Ganzvi, Lori Rodin, Asher Herzberg, Yossi Bilus, Yitschak Adlerstien, Mendal Kalmanson, Uri Sklar, Ilan Feder

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    How wonderful it would be if our wise human nature can be intuitive enough to appreciate what life's gifts are. It's sometimes a shame that one realizes after the fact.

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