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Clothed with Laughter

It is almost as though March knows this is a Jewish leap year. Forsythia bursts yellow onto lawns, stretching scrawny limbs straining under so much color into dazzling blue sky. 429 more words

Jewish Holidays

Seventy-Six Trombones

There are times, I suppose, in everyone’s life when it seems like it cannot make a difference whether actions are right or wrong. You dish out salad in a cafeteria, and what can it matter whether you smile at each customer or simply slop the green stuff into a little bowl? 747 more words


Yehovah's Grace and Goodness from a Wasted Life

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Stephen, preacher and servant of Christ, has been arrested for heretical blasphemy. In the face of hateful, false witnesses and malicious judges, Stephen’s appearance radically changes in the eyes of all at the trial, and he begins his defense.

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Names Of God


Illustration:  “Abraham and three angels,” by Marc Chagall, sketch and study, 1964.

“In every province and in every city, wherever the king’s command and his edict reached, there was gladness and joy among the Jews, a feast and a holiday.  317 more words

Daily Devotions

Jewish Unity

By Talia Friedman

 Jewish Unity

On Sunday, March 8, 2015, Rutgers Chabad and Rutgers Hillel co-sponsored a Purim party with Yachad, an organization for people with special needs. 545 more words

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