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The lingua-franca of the Ashkenazi world includes elements of German, Hebrew, Aramaic, and more.
Test your knowledge of this super-important prayer.
Think for yourself; don’t rely on me; be aware of G-d; people are more important than things; don’t waste your precious energy on worry . . .
Children say Kaddish to assist the souls of their parents through divine judgment, which is as long as 12 months.
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Daily Thought
Before the beginning, the Talmud tells, the Creator consulted each of His creations. He asked the lion, “Would you enjoy being a lion?” He asked the worm, "Would you enjoy being a worm?" And only after each thing agreed, only then were they created. The Talmud is not interested in fables. This is its way of telling us that G-d shares His delight with each of His creations. Just as He delights in bringing each of His creations into being, so each creation delights in being just what...