Weekly Story: Judge Meritoriously

“Shortly after I began driving, he said that he forgot to charge his phone and could I please hook it up into the USB connector. In the meantime, he asked if he could please use my cell phone to call his host to mention that he was on his way. So what else is new? I gave him my phone, wondering what my guest will offer as his next challenge to my ever-thinning patience. I didn’t need to wait very long.”

New Aleph Beis Posters for Pre-Schools

“If you know Aleph, teach Aleph.”  Each and every one of us has what to offer, has something to contribute, no matter what they may look or act like, no matter what their ability or capability may be. Now, thanks to the members of the Friendship Circle, the children in our community can feel included in this special mitzvah.  They too can be included in teaching “Aleph” to others.

Weekly Letter: An Illegitimate Child?

This week, we present a letter from the Rebbe in response to someone who questioned the seeming cruelty of the Torah laws pertaining to illegitimate children. The letter, written originally in English, is from the archives of the Rebbe’s personal trusted secretary, Rabbi Nissan Mindel.

Instead of Their Wedding, Couple Joins Rescue Efforts

A Jewish couple was forced to postpone their wedding in Houston this week after Hurricane Harvey flooded the city and ruined their plans for their big day. But this did not dampen their spirits.

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