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The Weekly Aliyot of the Parsha
A short summary of the Torah portion read in the Synagogue on Shabbat.
Parsha

Blessed Waters
The Midrash states: “At the very beginning of the world’s creation, G-d’s praise came solely from the waters…. When the generation of the Flood...
Our Parsha - Noach
Text of Parshah (Hebrew with English translation) - Parshas Noach.
Second Thoughts
It is known that Rabbi Menachem Nachum of Chernobel was very poor and forever hard pressed to feed his household. One day a chassid came and...
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Right of Anonymity
In a recent dramatic ruling, the European Supreme Court determined that people have a “right to be forgotten.” Each year, Google receives more than...
Magazine

A Wandering Dollar
“I had some regret over this, as this dollar was very important to me and I didn’t want to waste this opportunity. Nevertheless, it was quite clear...
Good for Good
Jewish mystical teachings explain that evil has no permanence. Only good exists eternally and every good deed endures forever. The way to fight...
The Need for a King
If the world will reach its ultimate perfection in the days of Moshiach, why will he need to serve as king?
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High Holiday Guide - Introduction
It's no accident that, in one way or another, virtually every Jew participates in the holidays of Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur.
Holidays

Days of Awe
The first ten days of Tishrei - two days of Rosh Hashana, the seven days following, and Yom Kippur - are an auspicious time in which to rectify...
Yom Kippur
Though these Days of Awe, as they are often called, are solemn, they are not sad. In fact, Yom Kippur is, in a subtle way, one of the happiest days...
Sukkot
Immediately following the awesome days of Rosh Hashana through Yom Kippur, we prepare for the joyous exuberance of Sukkot - the "Season of our...
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