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Redesigned from the ground up, this new site offers users a chance to explore classic and modern kosher recipes.
The Jewish Woman
Sharing a hospital room provides a glimpse into the life of fellow sufferers, which helps to put the trials and tribulations of life into perspective.

The Baal Shem Tov taught that each of our lives is comprised of forty-two journeys, corresponding to the forty-two journeys of the Children of Israel in the wilderness.

Some of those journeys have pleasant names. Others don’t sound so nice. Some even appear to backtrack. Yet, in truth, none are inherently bad.

It is...

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Throughout history the Jewish nation has been enriched by converts—upstanding men and women who opted to enter the covenant and become part of the Chosen Nation.
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Jewish Holidays
A handy tool for the serious Jew who wishes to come out of the month of Elul a changed person.
There are two things that are no cause for worry: that which can be fixed, and that which cannot be fixed. What can be fixed should be fixed -- so what's there to worry? What cannot be fixed cannot be fixed -- so what's there to worry?
– Chassidic master Rabbi Michel of Zelotchov
Noah Dispatches Raven (2105 BCE)
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