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Despite the obvious rawness of the environment, I could not help but think about the potential this apartment had
Talk about Jewish guilt. It is said that if we don't witness the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in our lifetime, it's as if we witness its destruction. If that’s not difficult enough, the...
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In that generation the women repaired what the men broke down. The men gave their gold for the making of the Calf; the women refused. The men had been unwilling to enter the Land [in wake of the Spies' report]; the women [i.e., the daughters of Tzelafchad] petitioned to receive an inheritance in the Land
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