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I know it gives them strength. I certainly know it gives me strength. But what exactly is the strength that we tap into by saying, “G‑d willing, you can; I can?”
Why do we play with a bow and arrow on the Jewish holiday of Lag BaOmer?
The night their father left town, his sons reminisced about their shared childhood, and the messages stressed in their home...
The Yovel (Jubilee) year took place every 50 years. The fields were left fallow, slaves were freed, and land was returned.
Our sages tell us that peace is the greatest blessing, and that it’s what G‑d wants most for and from us.
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