Monthly Archives: May 2013

Spiritually Articulate — Identifying What We Are Missing

Yesterday I was babysitting two little imps.  They both had fun, to be sure, what with a park outing, pizza shop and shopping trip, not to mention the nash and extra toys.  The older one understood her parents were away, … Continue reading

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Profound Chinuch, courtesy of Shragie Newhouse, of blessed memory

Parshas Baha’loscha  This week’s Torah Portion begins with the Mitzva [commandment] of lighting the Menorah.  The word for lighting, as we know from Shabbos candle blessing, is “l’hadlik”, to ignite.  However, in this week’s Parsha, when it comes to the … Continue reading

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If Boaz Only Knew How Much It Mattered His Giving…

Verse 14:  And Boaz said to her at mealtime, come close and eat from the bread and dip your bread into vinegar and she sat aside from the reapers and he gave her some parched/roasted grain and she ate and … Continue reading

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