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The sages of the Talmud take it as a given that tefillin are put on the left arm (or the right arm of a lefty) and offer several reasons…
Every child has his or her own way, their personal journey. The role of an educator is to figure out how to travel alongside children as they discover the world around them.
The Rebbe’s message to his Chassidim on Simchat Torah of 1977, a day after he suffered a heart attack and was unable, for the first time in the years of his leadership, to join them for the hakafot celebrations.
I wanted to comfort her, to give her hope and let her know that this is how it starts sometimes.
“But the magnate is a simple man, not a Torah scholar!” interjected the rabbi. “How can I allow this match to happen?”
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