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Think of yourself. As far as you are concerned, if you are gone, everything is gone. And the same applies for every other person on this planet.
By Tzvi Freeman
I feel a little guilty about it and thought maybe I should give it up. On the other hand, am I doing anything wrong by just leaving it there?
By Aron Moss
Sugihara and his wife stayed up all day and night writing visas for the desperate Jews.
By Dovid Greenwald
My daughter is always complaining that “all the other mothers” always do their children’s projects and homework for them . . .
By Chana Weisberg
The thirty thousand men selected to go to Lebanon and chop the lumber for the construction had an interesting work schedule . . .
By Mendel Dubov
The Talmud states that when a student is exiled, his teacher must be exiled with him. Not simply that he must go with him. He must be exiled with him. Which tells us: If you truly want to teach, you must put yourself in your student’s space. If your student has wandered far astray, tear yourself away from your own space; feel what it is like to be distant. If your student is in pain, let that pain become your pain. There must be nothing that lies between your student’s world and your own. Teach in this way and you can bring even the most distant student to...