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People arrange a minyan in their home to accommodate someone sick, elderly or otherwise unable to attend synagogue. When I was a teenager, we had a Shabbos mincha/ma’ariv in someone’s basement because the mile-plus...

The Gemara in Kiddushin, daf lamed gimmel, amud bais says that women are exempt regarding the mitzvah of tekiyas shofar since the mitzvah is a time bound mitzvah. The Shulchan...

People arrange a minyan in their home to accommodate someone sick, elderly or otherwise unable to attend synagogue. When I was a teenager, we had a Shabbos mincha/ma’ariv in someone’s basement because the mile-plus...

Before Rosh HaShanah, there is a universal quest to ask Hashem for a better year.  Better parnasa/livelihood, better nachas, better gezundt, better shalom bais/marital harmony.  Better, better, better.  Hashem responds,...

Recently, I gave a shiur  on sholom bayis-marital harmony.  A day later, I asked one of my friends who attended with his wife if he thought it was helpful.  He...

I. Honoring the Kohen The Torah (Lev. 21:8) commands us to honor kohanim, members of the priestly family, by allowing them to go first (Gittin 59b). We let them go first in...

The posuk in Devorim, Perek Tes Zayin, Posuk Chof Alef says that one should not plant an “asheira tree” next to the mizbayach of Hashem. Rashi says that we learn from...

When preparing ourselves for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, many people concentrate upon character refinement.  They might work hard to improve their anger control, they struggle mightily to stamp-out forbidden...