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What does the word "Hebrew" mean? And how did that become the name of the first Jews?
During the course of our history, many symbols have become associated with Jewish people, Jewish scholarship, and Jewish culture.
Bringing people into our space can be quite exposing and maybe even embarrassing, but it is one of the greatest forms of kindness and the epitome of sharing our bounty.
When I follow my inner voice—what I call “a whisper from G‑d”—without question or hesitation, I never know where it will lead.
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    Earliest Tallit and Tefillin (Misheyakir)

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