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You “make” mistakes; however, you yourself are not the mistake.
How Queen Esther heals a cosmic rift between the tribes of Israel.
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How many ways are there to bake hamantashen? Probably more than you think. Plus kreplach and a host of other delicious Purim recipes.
Purim
G-d hardwired us to see our lives as mundane and contained within the so-called laws of nature, so that we are compelled to search Him out and find purpose, even where it seems there is none, within...
Purim
Anything negative and unbalanced that controls our actions doesn’t come from a good place; it destroys us. Any fears that paralyze us pulls us down. But when we do the opposite, miracles happen....
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Dear Readers,

The Scroll of Esther begins its tale in the year 371 BCE with King Achashverosh throwing an extravagant party celebrating his third anniversary of his ascending the throne.

All citizens were invited to the lavish festivities, and no expense was spared. Golden goblets were brought out; no cup was used more than once, and no two goblets were alike. The holy vessels used in...

You “make” mistakes; however, you yourself are not the mistake.
— The Right of Repair
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Clean your glass shower doors using dryer sheets. You will be amazed at how easy it is.

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