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Iyar 28, 5777
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Many have the custom to decorate the synagogue and home with greenery and flowers in honor of Shavuot. Here’s why.
If God embraces us with mitzvahs, how does He kiss?
When Berel heard that there would be a celebration in honor of a new Torah, he naively assumed that he would be welcomed to the joyful event.
We had started out rather late—apparently too late to arrive at the hospital in time.
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