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When your ship is tossed by raging waves, don’t dispose of your anchor.
The new situation is sad, so very sad. But somehow, through it all, I keep insisting to myself that we’re going to do it for G‑d. He needs us now.
On Passover, Jews of Ashkenazic descent (and some Sefardic communities as well) do not eat anything that is considered “kitniyot.” Does this include the peanut?
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“I lift my eyes to the mountains, from whence will come my help? My help is from G-d, who creates heaven and earth.” —Psalms 121:1-2. People believe that only fools are optimists. But the opposite is true. Precisely because we understand how desperate the situation really is, how helpless we are, and how impossible the challenge, that itself tells us that we cannot survive without the help of the One...