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Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman
As I look back at my childhood years, one individual remains etched in my memories from over half-a-century ago. That larger than life figure is unquestionably the Chofetz Chaim zt”l. Even as a young boy, I can recall hearing incredible anecdotes of this physically small man who was a (Read More)
Jane Koval
So, you are running a nonprofit and want to use it to help children, schools, teachers, and parents in your community? There are many ways to do that, from advocating creative learning methods to providing assistance to children in low-income areas that will prepare them for (Read More)

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Rabbi Gavriel Rosin
Gemara dictionaries have been around for over 100 years, but not much has changed. First, there was the popular Jastrow, followed by numerous English Gemaras, then more modern dictionaries, and then study guides with just the definitions of the most basic words. Unfortunately, each of (Read More)
Rabbi Michoel Green
Judaism’s definition of work in reference to Shabbat bears little resemblance to the 9-5 definition of the term that we are accustomed to. The “work” that is prohibited on Shabbat is what the Torah calls “melachah.” Melachah is defined as melechet machshevet, skilled work. (Read More)
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