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Rabbi Sacks z’’l had prepared a full year of Covenant & Conversation for 5781, based on his book, Lessons in Leadership. The Office of Rabbi Sacks will carry on distributing these … more
I am fairly certain that you have heard this saying before: “If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it.” It is a popular saying and is attributed to all sorts of … more
Our parasha, Toldot, contains Yitzchak’s celebrated phrase: “Hakol kol Ya’akov v’hayadayim yedei Eisav — The voice is the voice of Ya’akov, but the hands are … more
If you would have asked me what Abir would end up doing with his life, I would have imagined him as a bouncer.... Abir, an ex-paratrooper, is one of the unsung heroes of the battle of the … more
A while back, a British newspaper interviewed a prominent member of the Jewish community (let’s call him Lord X) on his 92nd birthday. The interviewer said, “Most people, when … more
The list of biblical heroines whose stories delight our children and inspire us at this time of year does not yet include Queen Esther, with Purim yet a few months away. In this week’s … more
Our parasha, Chayei Sarah, begins with two well-known pasukim: “And the life of Sarah was one hundred years and twenty years and seven years; [these were] the years of the life of Sarah. … more
His eyes haunt me. His name was Martin Shtiebel, and his picture is one of many on display in the museum at Dachau, the first and longest standing concentration camp. In 1933, the year Hitler … more
The early history of humanity is set out in the Torah as a series of disappointments. G-d gave people freedom, which they then misused. Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit. Cain murdered … more
Every practical person who is about to open a retail store, and everyone in the market for a new home, knows how important it is to find the proper location for the new venture. The retail … more
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