Breaking bread… It can literally mean the pulling and tearing apart of bread, as is evident at many a Shabbat meal or after Shabbat services or at a post Bar […]
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For most of us, rest has a very specific meaning: The cessation of all work… relaxing… not doing much of anything. I remember when I first started going to Shabbat […]
The ninth plague to ravage Egypt was חֽשֶׁךְ. Darkness. Now we tend to think of darkness as the absence of light, the way cold is the absence of heat. But if you […]
How do we perceive the world? How do we see and process events, emotions, tragedies and celebrations?Being a human means a lot of “alone” moments, where it is just us […]
I had an English teacher in 9th grade who delighted in making fun of us in front of the whole class. I remember one time he knocked Yuriy Teslyar’s notebook […]
In his book Bringing Heaven Down To Earth II: More Meditations On The Wisdom Of The Rebbe Rabbi M. M. Schneerson, Tzvi Freeman opens with this notion: A World Becoming […]