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Daily Quote
And G‑d said: “. . . Abraham shall be a great people . . . Because I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him that they shall keep the way of G‑d, to do charity and justice.”
Genesis 18:17–19
Weekly Magazine
Heightened mourning, uplifting visions and rejoicing with mitzvot
Although their mourning was prompted by a conquest, it was not Napoleon’s victory that they were lamenting
Each of the vessels of the Temple served as an expression of G‑d’s relationship with the world
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