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"Shabbat Shalom from Bangkok" posted on Sep 30, 2022 | 0 Comments
By the Grace of G-d Dear Friend, Rosh Hashana was exhilarating. That is not a word I would usually...
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"Shabbat Shalom from Bangkok" posted on Sep 23, 2022 | 0 Comments
By the Grace of G-d Dear Friend, I just noticed a half-full bag of KN95 protective masks at the edge of my desk. They are taking up...
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  • A Yom Kippur Love StoryHow to listen to the voice of your own heart—advice from a meditation of the Alter Rebbe. Read More
  • Why Beg for Honey Cake Before Yom Kippur?It is customary to ask for and receive "lekach" (sweet cake -- signifying a sweet year) from... Read More
  • Finding the Forgiveness That Had Been So Hard for MeRecently I realized that my problem was my understanding of what forgiveness is. In my mind, it was... Read More
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The Torah was given in a desert. This is to teach us that the relevance of Torah and Mitzvahs are not restricted to particular geographic locations. Even in a “desert” a place in which one would least expect it, the Torah is pertinent and applicable. You will be amazed to learn how much the Torah is alive and relevant in the Royal Kingdom of Thailand.
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