Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775

A new Torah scroll was completed recently for Chabad of Penn Wynne, with New York scribe Rabbi Gad Sebag in town to put the final letters on the document with the help of local residents. After the last letter was completed, the ink was allowed to dry before a procession took place, from the Kaiserman Branch of the Jewish Community...
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Students took part in a tree-planting in honor of Tu B'Shevat at Temple University. Pictured (from left) are Rabbi Zev Baram, Danny Mishkin, Eugene Shevertalov, Josh Lazarus, Lauren Averbuch and Amy Dahan.
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It's been seven years of real estate shopping, zoning-board hearings, fundraising and construction, but Lubavitch of the Main Line finally has a new home -- at one of the oldest spots in town. The General Wayne Inn, which once served as a pub for British redcoats and later as a post office founded by Benjamin Franklin, will now play host...
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YITRO, Exodus 18:1-20:23
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Rabbi Lisa Malik
Before giving the Torah to B'nai Yisrael, God approached several other nations, and asked them if they wanted to accept the Torah and its commandments. Each of the other nations turned God down. But when God approached the Israelites, they asked, "How much do they cost?" When they heard that the commandments were free, the Israelites responded, "Okay, we'll take...
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HA'AZINU, Deuteronomy 32:1-52
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Rabbi David Gutterman
Many of our spiritual giants had an unusual practice. In one pocket, they'd carry a piece of paper with the verse that read: "I am but dust and earth"; in the other, they'd carry a piece of paper with the verse that read: "For me was the world created." It is the integration of these two motifs and feelings that...
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