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Mashiah Revealed Resurrection of the Dead Before the World to Come – Part XI September 2021

In Olam Haba, the time period following the Messianic Era, the entire universe will be transformed into an entirely different framework. All the righteous people throughout the generations will receive their rightful reward and enjoy indescribable spiritual pleasures. The prophets describe that just before the onset of this period, all the world’s inhabitants since the Read More »

By Rabbi Eliyahu Haim Aboud

The Lighter Side September 2021

Catching up on Computers Rachel decided to improve her computer skills to keep up with her kids who were in the hi-tech industry in Israel. She threw herself into the task with enthusiasm, borrowing two or three instructional books from the Tel Aviv library each week. After about a month, the librarian commented: “Wow! You Read More »

The Top Rated Back-to-School Backpacks September 2021

Part of back-to-school shopping is finding the best backpack for your child. Here are this year’s top-rated backpack options. L.L. Bean Deluxe Book Pack This backpack from L.L. Bean combines most of the features both parents and kids look for: It has a durable, weatherproof construction thanks to its ripstop nylon fabric and storm flap, Read More »

From the Files of the Mitzvah Man A Small Item Can Mean the World September 2021

Sharon, a woman in her mid-40s reached out to the Mitzvah Man organization not knowing if they would be able to help her. “I am a saleslady and am experiencing severe hearing loss. I cannot properly serve my customers because of my hearing issues. I am afraid of losing my job. The hearing loss is Read More »

By Pnina Souid

Love, Marriage, and Hakafot September 2021

…Steven’s marriage was the most loving of all. “I just know what she wants me to do for her, and I do it.”  Men don’t usually sit over coffee talking about their marriages. That’s why a particular conversation I once had with two other men really sticks out in my mind. The three of us Read More »

By Yanki Tauber

Sticking to Our Rosh Hashanah Resolutions September 2021

How can we make this year different than years past? Every year, as Rosh Hashanah approaches, we take stock of our lives. We examine the past year and we starkly see how we have strayed. We know we need to be closer to Hashem, kinder to our spouses, more merciful to ourselves. We admit that we should be leading more focused lives, and seizing the spiritual Read More »

By Kelly Jemal Massry

Back to School 2021 – Can We Move Forward? September 2021

“Resilience is how we weather the storms in our lives. It’s how we bounce back after adversity. It’s about our ability to thrive.” At the time of writing, the COVID-19 situation, and the situation in the world in general, seem to be changing so rapidly it is hard to predict with certainty what even the Read More »

By ELLEN GELLER KAMARAS

MSB Season Ends with Epic Finale September 2021

The 2021 MSB World Series began with an exhilarating start. Both Game One and Game Two  were won via a walk-off (game winning hits in the last half inning of each game). The first place Ball Busters and the Wild Card winning Rubble On The Double were now set to play a decisive Game Three. Read More »

By Sam Sutton

Deal Welcomes Camp Simcha Without Borders September 2021

Chai Lifeline children enjoy magical “Simcha at the Shore” Following the success of last year’s inaugural season, Camp Simcha Without Borders recently came to Deal, NJ for another incredible summer. Launched in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, Camp Simcha Without Borders was developed to safely bring the magic of Simcha, Chai Lifeline’s flagship summer program Read More »

Sukkot 5782 FAQ September 2021

Before entering the sukkah, one should have in mind that Hashem commanded us to sit in the sukkah to remember that He surrounded our ancestors with the Clouds of Glory when they left Egypt. Throughout Sukkot, one should view the sukkah as his house. Therefore, eating, drinking, sleeping, relaxing, etc. should all be done in the Read More »

By Rabbi Hayim Asher Arking and Rabbi Ezra Ghodsi
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