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Jewish Holidays

Brazenness vs. Bashfulness

September 22, 2020, by

 Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com Adapted by Channie Koplowitz Stein Every year at this time we focus not only on doing teshuvah, repenting for sins we have committed, but also on on improving the character flaws that led us to transgress. Let us today focus on those sins caused by einiyim ramot/haughty eyes and by azut metzach/brazenness. Rabbi […]

Haftarah Helper 5781: Yom Kippur Morning

Download PDF Isaiah 57:14-58:14 In the morning haftarah of the ultimate fast day and the holiest day of the year, God lambasts His people for their hypocrisy when fasting for Him. Such fasting is worthless unless their society actively promotes the welfare of its most vulnerable, with whom He primarily dwells. Indeed, greed and callousness […]

Chag at Home

September 9, 2020, by

Pursuant to our acclaimed “Sinai at Home” program, OU Torah Initiatives is proud to present Chag at Home, a way for all of us to get our holiday inspiration in this pandemic era. Chag at Home features dozens of packets of educational material – articles, source sheets, family discussions, and more – to enable individuals […]