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Shabbat Shalom!

A lot of things happen in this week's portion, but the one that connects the most to us is when god calls out to Abraham, his response is, "Hineni", or, I am present, I am here, I am open. We feel so honored to be able to say "Hineni" to our...

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Shabbat Shalom!

This week, we read the Jewish flood epic. This is a story we hear in different forms from various civilizations over time, teaching us that all humans impact each other in holiness, narrative, and morals. May we all have an accepting and loving Shabbat. Shabbat Shalom!

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Moadim l’simcha and Shabbat Shalom!

Just as Judaism teaches us that the Sukkot holiday is a time of great joy, we also read Kohelet, a book that balances our joy by teaching of grief and that there is a time for everything. How Judaism views the circle of life is shown even in how we...

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This week’s portion, Ki Tetze

This week's portion, Ki Tetze, or, "and you shall go out" discusses all the laws of how we are supposed to behave during a war. These laws include how we act towards other people, nature and so on. In the last few lines of the portion, the Torah tells us...

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