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Weekly Magazine
In the 16th-century Shabbat hymn “Lecha Dodi,” we welcome the Shabbat as both a bride and queen. Here’s why . . .
In each of us there shines a bright sun. In each of us there is a time of its eclipse.
I began going through the stages of grief. I couldn’t function for the first day. When day three arrived, I stopped missing my phone, and that’s when the really crazy stuff happened.
A chance meeting with ‘Roving Rabbis’ leads to an unexpected milestone
Jewish experiences and kosher food arrive on a famed resort island.
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Jewish Learning Institute
Daily Thought
Below, this glimmer of a soul craves to return to her primal essence above. She yearns with an obsession beyond reason—for she knows full well that there she will once again be nameless. Yet as metal filings are drawn to a mighty magnet, as a flame climbs upward, yearning for its own extinction, so she yearns to return. Trapped within the fetters of time and space, held captive within body and persona, her yearning swells to its bursting point, her thirst intensifies; it cannot be...
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