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I. Preaching and Change Rabbis speaking in the local language, e.g. German or English, was once denounced as forbidden but now is commonplace. Some people mistakenly conclude that if rabbis forbid...

Let me ask you my dear reader, What is the common denominator between the generation of the flood, the townspeople of the great metropolis of S’dom and Amorah, and the...

How would you define a tzadik or a tzadekess?  Rav Kahaneman, the Ponevezher Rav, would ask this question often in his lectures.  His answer was very concise.  A Tzadik has...

The Gemara in Brachos, daf heh, amud bais brings a story about Rav Huna. Rav Huna had four hundred barrels of wine that all turned sour and became vinegar. Reb Yehuda and the other chachamim visited Rav Huna and told him that...

God is just, merciful and fair. Why, then, are we told that saying something bad–opening our mouths to Satan–can cause bad things to happen? Why should a just God punish...

We recently learned in Daf Yomi in Sandhedrin, daf nun vov, amud bais that we learn about all of the zayin mitzvos bnei Noach from a posuk in this week’s...

We are informed that Hashem created the world for kindness, as it says “Olam chesed Yiboneh.”  Avraham Avinu arrived at the conclusion when he meditated over the purpose of the...

Does the prohibition against washing dirty clothes on Chol Ha-Mo’ed, the intermediate days of the holiday, still apply today when doing laundry is relatively quick and easy?1 In theory, washing laundry...

I think it was 1995 when Rav Feivel Cohen returned from an Agudah convention upset. He explained to his congregation, of which I was a member, that there was great...