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8:00pm: How Can I Deal With Conflicting Feelings About Yiddishkeit and Chabad – I Feel That I Am Living a Double Life?

The topics in this week’s 262nd episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Who Authored the Zohar and What Are Its Origins? Why Did G-d Create Poor People? How Can I Deal With Conflicting Feelings About Yiddishkeit and Chabad – I Feel That I Am Living a Double Life? Is Rabbi Akiva’s 24,000 Students a Rounded or an Actual Number? Should Non-Jewish Spouses Be Welcomed in Synagogues? Does a Tinok She’Nishba Have Free Will? What Is the Legal and Theological Perspective on Comatose States and Brain Death? Anti-Semitism – Follow-Up; Who Repairs the “Shattered” Containers of Tohu – G-d or Us?

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Information to be Menachem Avel the Raskin Family

The Raskin and Laine families will be sitting shiva following the passing of Rabbi Berel (Berke) Raskin OBM, at 395 Crown Street. Times in extended article.

Picture of the Day

Every Jew is a gem, and some people have a knack for finding gems. This Chassid found a group of nuns and monks visiting the Kever of David, and zeroed in on one particular monk, asking him if he was Jewish. The rest can be seen in the photo.

Rabbi of Berlin: Kipa Should be Worn with Pride

The rabbi of Berlin, Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, on Sunday morning urged Jews to continue to wear kippot with pride, after a German government official advised that Jews not wear kippot “everywhere, all the time.”