Do not take vengeance or bear a grudge... love your fellow as yourself...Hillel presented the Jewish understanding of love your fellow as yourself in the negative "what is hateful to you, don't do to others." This is because we are human and it is impossible to love someone else as much as we love ourselves.
...on the day he becomes clean. He shall be brought to the priest...why not before? Because the priest is only of use to someone who becomes clean, the priest is not the one who makes him clean. So too when we encounter a problem in life: there are many way to find help and many
Sunday the Hebrew month of Iyyar will start. It is full of modern holidays - Yom Hazikaron that commemorates Israel's fallen soldiers, Yom Ha'atzmaut that celebrates Israel's Independence, and Yom Yerushalayim that celebrates the reunification of Jerusalem. These days remember the sacrifice of our people, and that we've been given another chance to control our
Only on the day the Egyptians rushed us out of their country did we produce matza - so why does the Torah insist: Seven days you shall eat matzot...for generations, an eternal statute. Ibn Ezra claims that the clouds of glory kept us moving quickly for the first week and so the people were forced