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The Road Less Traveled

The Road Less Traveled

Parashat Beshalach Parashat Beshalach is unique in that it begins by telling us what God did NOT do. God did not guide them to the highway that goes through the land of the Philistines, because it was close by – God thought that the people, upon seeing […]

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A Modern Day Prophet

A Modern Day Prophet

Today is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. I have always admired Dr. King’s life and work. And of course, his words have always motivated and inspired me. In fact, Dr. King (in a very roundabout way) even played a role in how my wife and I got […]

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Responding to Calamity

Responding to Calamity

Parashat Bo Last week’s Torah portion, Va’era, introduced the first seven of the ten plagues. This week, Parashat Bo identifies the final three plagues and records the mitzvot concerning Passover. Each of these plagues are devastating enough on their own, but added up together you can see why the result […]

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Candle-Lighting Times