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Orthodox Jewish Artists: Partners In Creation

After four years of planning, Orthodox Jewish Artists: Partners In Creation is being released in conjunction with Rosh Hashana – the birthday of the world. As we recall the creation account this time of year, we are reminded that we were placed in this world with a duty to tend to it and make it […]

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The Secret to Judging Favorably on Rosh Hashana

Rosh Hashana is also known as the day of judgment. We enter a proverbial courtroom and face G-d’s judgement from the past year. The day seems solemn and can invoke terror within, but if you look at the way we celebrate the holiday, it doesn’t fit in at all. We get dressed up in beautiful […]

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This Jewish Wisdom Is The Foundation Of Educating Children

“Ma, I’m really not looking forward to school this year.” It’s a sentiment so many parents can relate to as summer vacation ends and the school year begins anew. This one in particular came from one of my kids about their apprehension at starting again. Honestly, it’s a feeling I can relate to. As we […]

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The Surprising Connection Between Mikvah And The Days Of Awe

The imagery of Elul, the month we recently entered, is often associated with a King. Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi explains through a famous parable that the King, who is usually high up and away from His subjects (i.e. God) is, “in the field.” As in, He’s close to and among us, available for us […]

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