Tag Archives: Avraham Avinu

Akaydas Yitzchok – understanding its importance — Kindness Must Rule

I have an uncle who, unfortunately, left the tried and true paths trod upon by our holy ancestors.  To his defense, his childhood was filled with tribulations: the Holocaust, being orphaned of his father, smuggled out of Europe along dangerous … Continue reading

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Children of Avraham in the Aftermath of Sandy

This week’s Torah portion is Vayarah, a portion which gives us poignant examples of our forefather Avraham’s compassion and G-d’s recognition of that amazing trait.  The Torah portion begins with Avraham post-Bris, right after his circumcision and we learn how … Continue reading

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Going Viral

I was talking it over with a friend of mine, she of the weblogs and webinars.  Her advisor was telling her she had to make her posts go viral.  And I got to thinking, we have a bigger job, my friends.  … Continue reading

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