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When Tisha b’Av falls on Shabbat and is thereby postponed, we are treated to a Divine 'wink' of sorts and merit to experience a 'taste' of the Messianic era.

This moving story of a Shabbat miracle teaches two lessons - one spiritual, the other on physical safety.

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Since Jerusalem, the hills of Judea and Samaria and the North have enjoyed an abundance of snow this year, a discussion on the white flurries in Torah law is in order.

Sephardi-style cholent, known as hamin, uses rice instead of beans and barley, and chicken instead of beef. A traditional Sephardi addition is whole eggs in the shell which turn brown overnight.

There is a huge global movement happening that is set to unite the Jewish people in observing the Sabbath according to Torah law. This video promotion focuses on the unity aspect of the movement.

There is a huge global movement happening that is set to unite the Jewish people in observing the Sabbath according to Torah law. Check it out!

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There are so many lessons that we can learn from our forefather Jacob, including  the value of time and proper work ethics, the value of effort and the reward of accomplishment. In Judaism there is no such thing as “killing time.” Remember that time is precious. Don’t ever waste a day or even a moment. Make all of your time in the world really count!