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Sep 2, 2016 By Adam Zagoria-Moffet | Commentary | Re'eh
One month from now, we turn to renew the Hebrew calendar, and our spiritual lives with it. On that day, “the day the world is born,” we read the story of Hannah (1 Sam 1:1–2:10). After struggling for years to conceive, Hannah finally gives birth to a son, Shemuel, for whom she had prayed at the temple in Shiloh.Read More
Dec 3, 2015 By Adam Zagoria-Moffet | Short Video | Hanukkah
The purely righteous do not complain about darkness, but increase light. They don’t complain about evil, but increase justice. They don’t complain about heresy, but increase faith. They don’t complain about ignorance, but increase wisdom.
Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, Arpilei Tohar (1914), p. 2.