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Nechemia Schusterman

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Rabbi Nechemia Schusterman is director of Chabad of Peabody, Massachusetts.
Imagine a world where the reason you created light was for everyone else?
I began going through the stages of grief. I couldn’t function for the first day. When day three arrived, I stopped missing my phone, and that’s when the really crazy stuff happened.
Instead of giving up and succumbing to this horrible illness, Yitzi has actually turned the illness into a blessing.
This childhood memory goes back nearly 30 years. Am I really old enough for that? I am around 10 years old. It is the middle of the night, and my father is shaking me awake. I am tired, I want to roll over and go back to sleep. It feels cold outside of my...
Lessons from a wayward piece of cereal
This past Sunday wasn’t the usual “funday.” You see, we decided that we’d clean for Passover as a family. So we pulled out all the drawers, clothes and toys. We shook them out, vacuumed them and wiped them down, all in search of the elusive piece of chame...
Boston-area rabbi writes about responding to his children’s questions.
Facebook Revisited
Not that Facebook and social networking isn’t the “rage” right now—it is. And to say that it is all bad is also not true. It has many redeeming qualities, of which I myself, and our Chabad Center, take great advantage. However, it is simply amazing that s...
What on earth can we learn from the seriously partisan bickering and national chaos surrounding the upcoming mid-term elections?
I could be wrong about this, but I don't believe that the miners were popping pills all day to fight depression. How, I continued to ask myself, are they doing it?
We were separated from the group, and found ourselves paddling somewhat aimlessly down little back areas replete with lilies, and no visible dry land. A deep fear overtook me...
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