Yom Kippur 5782: Recycling Yourself
Adas Kodesch's own Michelle Glazier heroically saved another by donating an organ. You too can be a hero and save the life of another! It actually may be easier than you think and provide an unexpected benefit.
How can we reconcile with our dearly departed loved ones? Does reconciliation help them though they are gone?
Believe it or not, it actually pays to be nice!
The loss of civility harms you! Practical ways to behave civilly with those you strongly disagree with.
We recite Kaddish for our dearly departed loved ones; yet, the Kaddish liturgy says nothing about the dead. What is the connection?
This past year we witnessed the worst anti-Semitic attack in American history. Besides tightening security, what do we have to do to ensure our survival?
Though Israeli’s enemies have failed to destroy the Jewish state on the battle field they have not given up. They now use political methods in an attempt to reach their goal. We must not stand by silently as Israel remains under siege.
It’s been said that the world’s oldest disease is anti-Semitism. But there is something new about this old disease. In fact, this disease had already mutated three times, and we are now suffering through its fourth mutation. How should we respond?
Remember being nervous about having to take a test? But now imagine that the teacher distributed a study guide with the questions that will be on the test. You’d undoubtedly feel more confident about your chances. Well the teacher has already distributed the questions that you will be tested on, when you take your final, final exam, the admissions test to qualify for Olam Haba (the World to Come). Start preparing for your final, final exam now.
Rabbi Steven Saks
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