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Opening Day: What's all the noise about? (2 min.)

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YAAKOV SALOMON'S NEW BOOK, SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

Some people are funny. Some are insightful. Some are cynical. Some find a humorous touch in everything. Others find irony. Some write beautifully. Few people do them all as well as Rabbi Yaakov Salomon does. Entertaining, inspiring, astute, he has the uncommon ability to look something to give us pause and make us think. His new book, Something to Think About , gives us just that -- with a healthy dose of wit and charm. Click here to order.

Published: April 1, 2006


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Visitor Comments: 4

(4) Anonymous, March 18, 2007 8:21 PM

i love your artical. expecaily the movies!

(3) Anonymous, April 5, 2006 12:00 AM

GREAT MESSAGE!

A VERY APPROPRIATE PESACH THEME.

(2) Joey, April 3, 2006 12:00 AM

Another Way to Look At It...

We in the West have become jaded. When you're as well off as we are, we get used to it, and we no longer see the good in the world; this magic paper that we can give to some man for food, the cold box that keeps it from going bad, these gigantic dwellings with five rooms for one family (as opposed to one room for five families) hardly seem miraculous. For an Ethopian orphan, an aid worker with a handful of rice is all the proof you need that God is out there, watching out for you.

The Rabbi is right; we all need to keep hope alive that the things in this world will work out. Remember, the world hasn't blown up yet. God bless!

(1) Batya, April 3, 2006 12:00 AM

great message!

I love Rabbi Salomon's videos, with their thought provoking messages, and this was one of the best yet! So inspiring!

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