Posts Tagged FFOZ

Never Again

The hall was long and cold. The only noise heard was our footsteps on the brick floor. Looking down the hall we could see small rays of sun blasting through the tiny windows on the doors, proving that perhaps there still can be light in the darkest […]

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Shmini Atzeret: Giving and Completing

In its instruction about the festivals and appointed times, the Torah presents us with a startling contradiction. On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, when you have gathered in the produce of the land, you shall celebrate the feast of the LORD seven days. On the […]

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The Rabbi and the Messiah

Isaac Lichtenstein was born in an Orthodox Jewish home in northern Hungary in 1824. He had a yeshiva education and was ordained as a rabbi by the age of twenty. He eventually became the district rabbi for the Hungarian city of Tapioszele. One day he was teaching […]

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