Monthly Archives: February 2011

Missing the Point of Religion

The other night I was meeting with someone when his son, who attends the eighth grade in what is considered to be one of the best schools in Bet Shemesh, walked in to show his dad that the 95 he … Continue reading

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The Man in the Uniform

Over the last two weeks much concern and efforts have focused on replacing Gabi Ashkenazi as Chief of Staff. Unfortunately the entire process has turned into a major fiasco. First a proposal was made to appoint Yoav Galant but that … Continue reading

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Conversions: The Root of the Problem

The Aron HaKodesh, the most significant utensil adorning the Mishkan/Tabernacle, was constructed out of two layers of gold and a layer of wood which was sandwiched between the gold. There is tremendous significance to this unique construction. The Aron was … Continue reading

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