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  • Elul - Recognizing The Relationship, by Mrs. Shira Smiles.
    There is a spirit of love between Hashem and the Jewish people that permeates the months of Elul and Tishrei...

  • Elul, Rosh Hashana, and Yom Kippur For Children, by Rebbetzin Tzipora Heller.
    Creating Elul consciousness in the home really begins with our understanding of what Elul means...

  • Elul - The Unique Teshuva of Yonah: Part I, by Rabbi Avishai David.
    In Hilchat Teshuva, the Rambam devotes two chapters to the definition of repentance and its relevance...

  • Harmonizing Torah and Science, by Rebbetzin Tziporah Heller.
    If you are a Torah Jew contemplating a career in the sciences, there are three ideas to keep in mind....

  • Ki Teitzei: The Power of Unity, by Rabbi Herschel Reichman.
    Normally in the midst of war, soldiers become inhuman. Yet the Torah emphasizes that even in the heat of battle a Jewish fighter must maintain his sanctity...

  • Parshat Ki Tavo: Parsha Journeys, by Rabbi Hanoch Teller.
    Parshat Ki Tavo discusses the blessings that were given on Har Grizim and the curses that were given on Har Avel...

  • Parshat Noach: Four Heavenly Gifts, by Rabbi Herschel Reichman.
    Rav Acha taught that Hashem desired to give the Dor Hamabul four gifts; Torah, yissurim, korbanot, and tefila. They rejected these gifts and they were destroyed. The Dor Hamabul did not even keep the seven Noachide laws. What did Hashem mean by wanting to give this generation the entire Torah?

  • Parshat Tazriah: Fresh Beginnings, by Rabbi Hershel Reichman.
    In his essay on Parshat Tazriah, the Shem MiShmuel cites a verse from Tehilim, "Achor v'kedem tzartani. You have created me back and front." Rav Yochanan explains that this refers to two worlds, olam hazeh and olam habah...

  • Path To Teshuva-Part I, by Rabbi Hanoch Teller.
    The Chafetz Chaim once said that the telephone was invented to teach us that what is said here can be heard there. When a person speaks lashon hara or uses bad language, it's all heard "up there."...

  • Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur Davening: Joy of Repentance #6, by Rabbi Michael Taubes.
    In the days of the Temple, the Yom Kippur service was like no other, in terms of its majesty and the joy it engendered, for it was clear that Hashem had granted the Jewish people atonement...

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