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None of my birthdays hit me hard. The occasion of a birthday has never been monumental for me. It’s never been as sad as losing a job or a girlfriend or a community. I’ve never been as sad about my … Continue reading
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Is It Permitted To Study Torah On Shabbos?
Rabbi Ari Enkin posts: While it goes without saying that one should allocate time for Torah study on Shabbat, it is interesting to note that a number of halachic authorities are of the opinion that one should not engage in … Continue reading
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The Morality Of Blogging
Is blogging good for the Jews? Orthodox Rabbi Gil Student writes: Blogs have gotten a lot of bad press in the Jewish community (e.g. here and here), and with good reason. There are blogs that do any of a number … Continue reading
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