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While an action may be halachically permitted, it may not be in keeping with the spirit of Shabbat and is therefore avoided.
It’s an ancient Jewish tradition, dating back to Abraham himself.
The smooth and easy times may be pleasant, but the riches of life come when things take hard work.
Ezekiel spent the bulk of his life in Babylonia, where he envisioned most of his prophecies.
As I’ve grown older, I have tried to control my temper better and been fairly successful. Unfortunately, there’s one area of my life where I find this infinitely challenging.
When the two neighbors would pass each other in the yard, the scholar would throw the crass materialist a look of contempt and hurry on to his holy pursuits.
After all that had happened – the miracles, the exodus, the division of the sea, food from heaven, water from a rock, the revelation at Sinai and the covenant that went with it – the people, yet again, were complaining about the food. And not because they were hungry; merely because they were bored.
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