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My Summer in South Fallsburg I don’t know much about bein hazemanim in America today, but I do remember my own experiences many years
The way we observe the restrictions of the nine-day period is fast becoming one of the great dichotomies of religious Jewish life. We know
The tragic day of Tisha B’Av is the day when the first and second Botei Mikdosh were destroyed. It serves as the day to
We are in the camping season. A camping memory: One summer in camp, I had what’s usually called a “wild guy” for a counselor.
Restrictions at the Kosel Again We thought it was over, but it seems that we were wrong. The coronavirus is still here. It has
Last week, President Joe Biden was pressed by White House reporters after announcing his decision to pull the last remaining US troops in Afghanistan
Near the end of Shishah Sidrei Mishnah (Uktzin 3:12), we are informed, “Hakadosh Boruch Hu did not find a vessel to hold blessing for
Golus. It is all we have ever known. We have been buffeted about, from country to country, sometimes treated better, sometimes treated worse. When
A Tefillah More Meaningful Than Ever We are working our way through bein hameitzorim, and it seems that the time is flying by. We

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