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Jewish Holidays

Persistent Prattle

October 4, 2019, by

 Shiur provided courtesy of Naaleh.com Adapted by Channie Koplowitz Stein One of the sins we ask atonement for during the Viduy/Confession prayer of Yom Kippur is the sin of siach sifsoteinu/idle chatter of our lips. ArtScroll explains that our lips sin not only when we pray or study Torah without concentration, but very often when we are uncomfortable […]

In the Midst of These Days, Let Us Open Our Hearts

October 3, 2019, by

We are in the midst of the Ten days of Teshuva. Holy, awesome, and exceptionally elevated days. Days when our sages tell us that Hashem is particularly close. “Seek Hashem when He is to found, call to Him when He is close” But what does this actually mean? This closeness. What is it? Close. Deep. […]