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Story: The Meal Swapped on the Plane

Story: The Meal Swapped on the Plane

Jewish History - Rav Emmanuel MIMRAN

A Rosh Yeshiva recounts the following story: I was once on the plane and I had just received my meal, and I had opened the wrapper, whereupon I had a pressing need. I...

The Power of Prayer

The Power of Prayer

4-minute video class given by Rav Avraham EDELSTEIN.

Lifecycle Events

Mazal Tov! In your arms Is a Soft Blue Package!

Mazal Tov! In your arms Is a Soft Blue Package!

News - Sarah SAGHROUN

Dear mother,Mazal Tov! Mazal tov! You are holding a soft blue package in your arms! A precious neshama with an enormous potential: your little boy has the strength to...

The Last Words of Steve Jobs: Lesson of Mussar

The Last Words of Steve Jobs: Lesson of Mussar

Steve Jobs was one of the greatest entrepreneurs of the 21st century, most remarkably inventing the famous Apple company. He died in 2011 from cancer. These were his...

Jewish Holidays

Rav Sitruk: "The Omer, a skillful lesson on hope!"

Rav Sitruk: "The Omer, a skillful lesson on hope!"

Counting of the Omer - The Torah-Box Team

The time that divides Pesach and Shavuot is commonly called the "Period of the Omer".

Sefirat HaOmer: The laws of counting of the Omer

Sefirat HaOmer: The laws of counting of the Omer

Counting of the Omer - The Torah-Box Team

At the time of the temple, the Mitzvah of counting the Omer was commanded by the Torah, today due to our sins, it has become a commandment of our sages.

How Does One Count the Omer Wisely?

How Does One Count the Omer Wisely?

Counting of the Omer - The Torah-Box Team

This is the story of two childhood friends, one intelligent and one foolish; they studied together during their childhood. Once they became adults, their paths...

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