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The Glorious Season of Simcha Once again, we are about to celebrate the Yom Tov of Sukkos. Every Yom Tov is delightful, but Sukkos
There are various reactions to the sound of the shofar’s cry. The sensitive soul hears several messages as the plaintive sound forms a song
How Eretz Yisroel Escaped Disaster During the Holocaust   In the summer of 1942, as Nazi General Erwin Rommel blazed through North Africa with
Full disclosure. My alarm clock finally gave up on me and I got a new one in time for Yom Tov. But even before
Time to Start Looking Out for Kedushas Sheviis In a separate article this week, I mentioned that the arrival of the shemittah year will
There is something about Elul and the Yomim Noraim that smacks of war. Starting with Rosh Chodesh Elul, we recite the kappitel Tehillim of
“He’s a pillar of the community.” You’ve all heard the expression, and you’re all familiar with the image it conjures up. Someone solid, stable
By Gabriel Geller – Royal Wine/Kedem Sukkos and Simchas Torah are defined as Zeman Simchoseinu, the times for rejoicing par excellence. As was probably repeated countless

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