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What’s in a Name? Everything!

January 18, 2011, by

I once asked my parents why they had named me “Chana Malka”, and they responded: “We didn’t, the rabbis named you.” For the longest time, I chose to be content with that answer, but then again, for the longest time I chose to be content with my assumed religious identity, and never felt the need

OU Presents First-Ever Shabbaton for Jewish Deafblind Community

May 24, 2010, by

Friday evening, as the sun sets, it dispels the aggravations of the week and brings with it shalva and kedusha; that is, an easiness of mind and holiness. The chazzan (cantor) leads Lecha Dodi, while Shalom Aleichem and Aishet Chayil are sung at home. The glow of Shabbat candles. Would welcoming the Sabbath be as