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A brachah (blessing) is like rain. Just as rain benefits only the plowed and sown field, but a field lying waste, unplowed and unsown, will benefit from neither soft rain, nor the early or later heavy rains -- so, too, a blessing will benefit only one who prepares himself to receive it...
Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov
Weekly Magazine
Goniff is Hebrew and Yiddish for “thief,” and has come to refer to anyone who is a swindler, a cheat or just plain dishonest
Should I find another profession? Maybe I’m just not cut out to be a teacher.
We live in a world where people are cooking less and less, yet, are fascinated by the art of cooking. What is it about food that so intrigues us and draws us together? How do we uplift our food and eat with more consciousness?
We’ve heard all about Moses; but who was Aaron?
I was working out on the treadmill, and my son was looking at me strangely. “But what’s the point, Mommy?” he asked. “Why are you walking if you’re not even going anywhere?”
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