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Shabbat Derech Eretz

The day after this coming Shabbat is the holiday of Shavuot. That means that this coming Shabbat is the Shabbat immediately preceding the holiday of Shavuot.  I know that’s a no-brainer, but bear with me here… The Shabbat preceding each major holiday has a special...

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From Oy to Joy: 5 tips for a sane Passover experience

From Oy to Joy by Penina Taylor Before I became observant, Passover was my favorite holiday.  And then I became observant.  And the festival of freedom felt more like a prison sentence. In an effort to make sure that everything was ready, I started the day after Purim...

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Will it ever end?

Will it ever end? by Penina Taylor I received this question in my email inbox today: “I have been religious for about 2 years, and I am just wondering if there will ever come a time when I won’t feel like a total outsider?” The answer is yes. Well,...

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7 Reasons Why You Need a Rov

Every Jew should have a Rov. In fact, whether you realize it or not, most Rabbonim have their own Rov, as well! No matter who you are or what you do, it is in your interest to develop a relationship with an appropriate Rov who can guide you, particularly when you hit key crossroads in your life.

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I DIDN’T LOVE MY WIFE WHEN WE GOT MARRIED by ELAD NEHORAI

Very Important and relevant article found on popchasid.com thought it was a must share I’m a ridiculous, emotional, over-sentimental sap. I guess that’s why I told my wife I loved her on our second date. I had tried really hard up to that point to hold it...

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Drops of Lights Project

http://dropsoflightproject.com/ https://www.facebook.com/dropsoflightproject/ WHAT IS DROPS OF LIGHT PROJECT? In a Nutshell 60 Second Wisdom - The goal of this project is to reveal the beauty and ancient wisdom of the Judaism to ALL Jews around the world. 1 drop at a...

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Do you know why Jews wear a kippah? – Rabbi Yonah Klien

The Kippah is a symbol for Jewishness. It’s so identifiable that in 1996, a state court
Judge ordered Gil Fried to remove his kippah while giving expert testimony, lest the
jury assume he had religious authority and therefore give his testimony more weight
than it deserved.

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Three Keys to Loving Your Job (aish.com)

70% of Americans hate their job. Here’s Judaism’s formula for loving your work. Recent studies about employment reveal that the average American switches between 7 – 10 jobs in a lifetime. Among the main reasons for this growing trend is lack of satisfaction from...

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Self-Transformation is Actually Easy- Rav Doniel Katz

“The more in touch we get with our souls through deveikus (Divine consciousness), the easier it is to see the illusion of all our fears, insecurities and klippos, and the less compelling they become. The great courage and strength that we think is necessary to...

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Shabbat Derech Eretz

The day after this coming Shabbat is the holiday of Shavuot. That means that this coming Shabbat is the Shabbat immediately preceding the holiday of Shavuot.  I know that’s a no-brainer, but bear with me here… The Shabbat preceding each major holiday has a special...

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