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  • Why Was the Talmud Called “Gemara”?This commentary on the Mishnah is labeled “Gemara,” but this does not seem to have always been the... Read More
  • The ‘Keeper of the Waters’ in TasmaniaWhen I turned on the water, the pipes made a loud, unwelcoming noise, and a brown-looking liquid... Read More
  • Changing History The Alter Rebbe assures us in Tanya that the efforts of those who follow in his ways, inspiring... Read More
  • Saved From Fire“The only question is,” the Rebbe murmured, “will that
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  • 21 Talmud Facts Every Jew Should KnowThe bulk of the Talmudic texts contain analysis of Biblical verses and Torah law, but it’s... Read More
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Tolerance doesn’t care. Tolerance just looks the other way and goes about its own business. Tolerance is Indifferent. Caring is blind—the kind of caring that cares for everybody, no matter who they are, but doesn’t allow them to step outside the path your caring believes to be good for them. Caring can suffocate. And then there is deep love. Deep love recognizes another person’s right to grow, their need to travel along a path and get there on their own—and yet has the compassion to be...
 
 
 
 
 
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