December 1, 2023
December 1, 2023

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Divrei Torah

Filling in the Blanks

The Torah is replete with inspiring stories of its heroes. The lives of Abraham, Jacob, Moses and David, to name just a few, are narrated

Repression of the Sublime

It was advertised as one symposium at a major psychology conference. It was to be a discussion about memory and forgetfulness. But it turned out

One Verse, Many Lessons

We met in a Jerusalem café, and I must admit that, although they recognized me, I neither recognized nor even recalled any of them. That

Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers?

It is a story that deserves to be told. In order to fully appreciate it, some background is necessary, especially for those unfamiliar with the

Spires and Towers

In his spiritual memoir, Surprised by Joy, C.S. Lewis describes his first trip to Oxford University as a young man in 1916. A scholarly boy,

Kohanim and Kings

Did you ever argue politics with an anarchist? How about theology with an atheistic communist? Well, I’ve done both and have learned a lot in

Trampled Laws

Editor’s Note: This essay, written by Yeshiva University Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Mordechai Willig, published late last week on, has attracted a high level of

“How’m I Doing?”

If your child, employee or colleague asks you that question, you can be sure that he or she is sincere, wishes to learn and will

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