Monday, October 16, 2017
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
Monday, October 9, 2017
Sunday, October 8, 2017
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
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Or HaChaim Bereishis/Genesis Vol. 1: Bereishis – Chayei Sarah - Yaakov and Ilana Melohn Edition IS AT KESHER STAM
What's the Halachah? Relevant halachos arranged according to the month of the year. IS AT KESHER STAM
V'Higadeta-Bereishis Insights, stories, and teachings on THE WEEKLY PARASHAH from the treasure-trove of the maggid Harav Yaakov Galinsky zt"lIS AT KESHER STAM
As we leave the Days of Awe with the close of Yom Kippur and begin our preparations for Sukkot, we are left to ponder the deeper significance of the holiday and the central command to dwell in sukkot for seven days. Is there a connection between Yom Kippur and Sukkot that Sukkot follows so closely after Yom Kippur? Are there other connections we need to explore?
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Monday, October 2, 2017
Click here sign up for mitzvos.Monday, thousands around the world will unite in Tehillim in the merit of the speedy recovery of 9-year-old Chaim Schneur Zalman Hakohen ben Chana Mala, who is in urgent need of a Refuah Shelaima. Monday, Yud Bais Tishrei, right after Shacharis thousands of people around the world will unite to storm the Heavens for a young Shliach, 9 year old Chaim Schneur Zalman Hakohen ben Chana Mala sheyichye. On Monday, his 9th birthday he is in need of a complete Refuah Shleima. Join us Monday, Yud- Beis Tishrei, right after Shacharis, take the time to join thousands of Chayolim to unite with children around the world, to give tzedoka in Zchus of Refuah Shleimah for Chaim Schneur Zalman Hakohen ben Chana Mala. On his birthday let’s daven for a complete refuah! Please say kapital yud, chof and give tzedoka at this time.
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Zera Shimshon: The Sefer. The Stories. The Segulah With selections from Sefer Zera Shimshon, the classic sefer by the 18th-century Rav, Rabbi Shimshon Chaim Nachmani By Rabbi Nachman Seltzer IS AT KESHER STAM
Summary by Channie Koplowitz Stein Each year before Yom Kippur we explore one of the sins for which we confess and ask forgiveness in the al chet prayer. This year we will be discussing the sin of sikur ayin, which ArtScroll translates as “prying eyes”. We will explore both this understanding of the words as well as other interpretations.