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The Last Days of Pesach

The last days of Pesach don’t have quite the fanfare of the first days. With the thrill of seder night with all its ritual foods and well-loved tunes, with the taste of matzah still fresh on our tongues (not to mention the almond cakes,...

Posted on 14 April 2017, By Rabbi Roni Tabick
Beyond the Object – Mezuzah

“And you shall write them upon the doorposts of your house and upon your gates”. Have you ever wondered what non-Jews think about the mezuzot on our doors? I have heard some inferring that they must be some kind of alarm system. They ...

Posted on 12 April 2017, By Rabbi Mijael Even David
Dove and Rabbit

The experience of the exodus from Egypt, Yeziat Mitzrayim, which we commemorate on Passover, is indelibly marked in the collective consciousness of the Jewish nation. It is this notion — of having been slaves to the Egyptians — that p...

Posted on 12 April 2017, By Rabbi Matthew Berkowitz