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“And Haman recounted to them the glory of his riches and the multitude of his sons, and all that the king had promoted him and that he had exalted him over the princes and the king's servants. And … more
I want to relay an interesting question and answer that I heard from one of my mentors, Rabbi Meir Schiller, from Monsey, NY. It's about Jewish Unity and I'll apply it to unity in the whole … more
On November 7 of the past year, 2020, the world lost a great man, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. I've quoted him a lot here and he's been, and still is, a source of inspiration for me and many many … more
Thank you for everyone who inquired on my daughter's recovery. Thank G-d she has fully recovered from the procedure and it was successful. I'm very grateful for all who shared in concern and … more
“I shall thank G-d exceedingly with my mouth, and among many people I shall praise Him” (Psalms 109, 30). I want to use this public forum to express my gratitude to the One Above for the recovery … more
Recently, I read a biography of Rabbi Avigdor Miller, titled, “Rav Avigdor Miller - His Life and His Revolution”. Biographies of great people are enjoyable to read and are a great source of … more
In the last few months, the State of Israel reached normalization agreements with two Arab countries, UAE and Bahrain. In addition to that, there is serious cooperation between Israel and other gulf … more
This is a topic that sounds controversial but is actually not. Since we can all use a good distraction now, I'd like to discuss this topic and see how it's applicable today. The Bible in Exodus … more
Thank you to all the readers who sent me emails. Some were very empathetic, some were a bit tense, but I cherish every interaction. And, of course, I enjoyed the general compliments on the … more
This past week I received two pieces of feedback for this column. One was from an individual in Florida complimenting my June article about Black Lives Matter. He saw the article shared by Gary … more
Some years ago, I was fundraising for a not-profit project that I headed. An individual in Philadelphia expressed interest in the project to a mutual friend who then made the connection between us. … more
Sometimes to be grateful feels lousy. It might feel at times simplistic, old school, and maybe it feels like being the goody-goody in class. Especially when it comes to being grateful to the … more
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