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Shabbat in a technological world

New digital technology has had a huge impact on our lives. No area has been unaffected. We order things online and read e-books. Our smart houses turn on the lights when they sense us arrive; doors lock themselves when we leave. If these ...

Posted on 3 October 2018, By Rabbi Chaim Weiner
On the Arba Minim of Sukkot

Once we had no choice but to live in a sukkah. Having escaped slavery, wandering in the wilderness for forty years and making temporary huts, we came to understand the fragility of life, the essentially transient nature of the human condi...

Posted on 20 September 2018, By Angela Gluck
Forgiveness

I can’t have been the only child who, having learnt the rule that once you’ve asked someone for forgiveness three times the sin then falls on the other person if they don’t forgive you, tended to apologise by asking: “do you forg...

Posted on 30 August 2018, By Rabbi Roni Tabick