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December 15, 2007
December 23, 2007 7:19 PM
What an excellent point
I'm very glad I heard this. Excellent. Very well brought out. great.
December 20, 2007 3:01 PM
Aish is one of a number of wonderful Jewish sites
with that in place, if there are any Rabbis out there bored with big city easy to please crowds and would like to volunteer for the odd weekend stints we have a small and warm welcoming Jewish community! :) What is it about Aish?! you're catchy!
December 19, 2007 10:12 PM
Short Vort with energy hits the spot
December 18, 2007 10:59 PM
We are like one big family with many different siblings. One people with one torah and one G-d. Unity is something that we Jews each need to work on. Through communication and understanding, we can make it happen. We need to see the good in each other. Deep down, our Jewish souls care about one another and try to help out when we can. Lets focus on that.
December 17, 2007 10:36 PM
Reb Eytan,Thank you for your motivational words. I realize now how much I miss hearing them in person. Keep up your wonderful work.Dovid
December 16, 2007 9:31 AM
I love it
Peace is the cup that holds blessings from G-d. When there are holes in our peace between Jews, the blessings cannot be contained. Jews were at one time a single family of 13 members. We're now well over 10 million offspring, but we're still the same family we were. Let's act like it! Party @ my place...
December 16, 2007 8:38 AM
couldn't agree more about the Jews uniting
Thanks for the video feed, Rabbi Feiner. I couldn't agree with you more about the Jews uniting. I would just wish that more Jews did not intermarry, because it seems like that when such Jews do, they mistaken it for cultural tolerance, when they are actually diluting and assimilating from Judaism.I, for one, am determined to find the right Jewish counterpart for me, so I am not going to intermarry, and the less Jews intermarry, the more united we will be. Thus, I have been to Israel twice and have felt a sample of what Jewish unity would be like when I was with so many other fellow Jews.
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