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Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb

Articles by Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb

Three Dimensions

Since my childhood, I have been an avid reader. When I first discovered the joy of reading, I read everything I could get my hands

The Yoke’s On Us

We all have received blessings at one time or another. We have certainly received compliments. Over the course of time, we learn that sometimes the

Better the Servant Than the Student

“You can’t find decent help these days!” This is a common complaint heard in middle-class homes, particularly in Jewish kitchens during the season of preparations

Good and Religious

It is a debate that goes back to the time of Plato. I have personally been discussing this issue for much of my life, particularly

Sukkot: From Fear to Festivities

Fear and trembling. Those have been our primary religious emotions during the past several weeks. Although Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are referred to nowadays

Lessons of Equality

For the past several weeks, certain ideas have dominated my consciousness. Don’t worry, these are not obsessive thoughts, and I am not a candidate for

What’s Missing In This Picture?

The old and crum­bling building housed a synagogue that was a “gift” from Joseph Sta­lin to the Jews of Odes­sa. Historically, Odessa was a metropolis

“Discipline and Suffering”

As a parent, grand­parent, and psychologist, I am often considered to be something of an ex­pert on parenting and child-rearing. In that capacity, I have