Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775

Vayetze, Genesis 28:10-32:2
By:
Rabbi Adam Zeff
Jacob's lonely journey away from all that he has ever known toward the land of his mother's family can help teach us how to cope with our own moments of desolation and despair.
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News of a prominent D.C. rabbi's voyeuristic transgressions has induced those involved with local mikvahs to raise awareness of their leadership structure and policies i n an effort to assuage concerns.
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Toldot, Genesis 25:19-28:9
By:
Rabbi Sue Levi Elwell
This portion, which begins with heartfelt cries for parenthood, invites us into dark and tangled family relationships of jealousy and competition, fierce love and betrayal.
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By:
Uriel Heilman, JTA
A growing number of companies are going after more restricted segments of the kosher market, including organic and gluten-free.
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Chayei Sarah, Genesis 23:1-25:18
By:
Rabbi Fred V. Davidow
It is Rebecca's personality, not her physical beauty, that establishes her as a woman of valor.
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