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Tetzaveh

Your Questions
What Does “Goniff” Mean?
“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 Be a Teacher?

Should I find another profession? Maybe I’m just not cut out to be a teacher.
How to Manage Jewish Guilt?

The myth goes that Jews are more guilt-driven than any other people on the planet.
Video
Soul Food: A Spiritual Perspective on What You Eat

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?
Parshah
Who Was Amalek?

The ancient enemy of the Israelites, who lives on as a metaphor for scoffing and doubt.
Aaron

We’ve heard all about Moses; but who was Aaron?
Women
What’s the Point?

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?”
The Woman Who Gives Strength to Those Who Protect Us

“There’s a lady you’ll always see at the post with cookies and treats, a Chabad lady; she’s really nice and caring.”
Jewish News
In Parkland and Coral Springs, an Area-Wide Shiva for the Fallen

Two grief-stricken towns remember their children, hoping to channel anguish into positive change.
Parkland Tragedy Strikes Deep Among Teens Nationwide

CTeen gatherings give young people an opportunity to express their grief.
He’d Never Heard of Tefillin: Now He’s Leading a Campus Campaign

Binghamton U. students fan out across campus to inspire others.
South Africa’s New President Receives a Rabbi’s Blessing

The Rebbe’s assurance of safety and prosperity is recalled.
Story
Why Only the Postman Jumped Up

Despite his efforts to maintain a low profile, word of Reb Eizel’s arrival traveled quickly . . .
Who Was Samson?

Samson was a nazarite who was endowed by G‑d with herculean strength, which he used to fight the Philistines.
Living
Art: Purim In Israel

Easy Marinated London Broil

For the land into which you are entering, to inherit it, is not like the land of Egypt from which you are coming, that you sow your seed and water it with your feet like a vegetable garden. The land into which you are crossing to inherit is a land of hills and valleys, which drinks water of the rain of the heavens. A land which the L-rd your G-d seeks; constantly the eyes of the L-rd your G-d are on it, from the beginning of the year to the end of the year.
— Deuteronomy 11:10-12
Print Magazine

G‑d is always with the oppressed. Even if the oppressor is righteous and the oppressed is wicked, our sages tell us, G‑d is with the oppressed. (Lev. Rabba 27:7)

Visit the prisoners and bring them some happiness. Even if they are guilty; even if, in your eyes, they deserve whatever misery they have. Bring them joy.

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