Think of yourself. As far as you are concerned, if you are gone, everything is gone. And the same applies for every other person on this planet.
By Tzvi Freeman
How could they use impure animals for the holiest of places?
By Yehuda Shurpin
I feel a little guilty about it and thought maybe I should give it up. On the other hand, am I doing anything wrong by just leaving it there?
By Aron Moss
Sugihara and his wife stayed up all day and night writing visas for the desperate Jews.
By Dovid Greenwald
My daughter is always complaining that “all the other mothers” always do their children’s projects and homework for them . . .
By Chana Weisberg
The thirty thousand men selected to go to Lebanon and chop the lumber for the construction had an interesting work schedule . . .
By Mendel Dubov
“As you know, I am an expert tailor,” said the man, whose eyes still glistened with tears. “I make high-quality clothing for princes, nobles and other fine folks.
By Menachem Posner
I was ready to tell my wife that one of us was going to return to Cambodia to retrieve the medication. And then I stopped. I googled “Chabad Cambodia.”
By Jeffrey Shankman
"And the Breastplate shall not budge from the Apron" (Exodus 28:28) -- a person's most sublime spiritual feelings (symbolized by the High Priest's Breastplate, worn over the heart) must form an inseparable continuum with his or her most ordinary actions (represented by the Apron, worn in back, over the lower part of the body)
The Lubavitcher Rebbe