Tisha B’Av (the ninth day of Av) is the saddest day on the Jewish calendar. It is the date when both our Holy Temples were destroyed, and exile, persecution and spiritual blackness began. Join Rabbi Shmuel Greenwald for a powerful film and discussion at the Aish Firehouse.
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Trip to Israel for 6 with a 1-week apartment stay or $10,000 in cash
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I wish you all a great summer! Come join me in September as we resume our classes on the Book of Psalms that have for thousands of years brought comfort to those who have sought solace, inspiration and the peace of mind that comes with trusting God.
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Wishing you an eventful and fun-filled summer! See you again on September 8, 2019.
We wish you all a very fun-filled summer and look forward to seeing you on Sunday, September 8, 2019 when Aish Hebrew School/Adult Sunday School begins anew.
Torah Portion: Chukat
July 13, 2019 | 10/Tammuz/5779
The Guiding Light
May we learn from Miriam’s incredible appreciation for the value of life and emulate her achievements in bringing life to the world.
If, however, you see yourself as a “bad” person — i.e. since you are “a thief,” you might as well steal. In that case, you’ll stay down when you fall. And that’s the biggest mistake of all.
“Yeah, Mom,” he sighed.
“Sounds like a serious problem.” “Yeah, a big one,” Barry said glumly. “I think I’m going to just give up on making friends around here.” “Instead of giving up, how about giving instead?” she asked.
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I hope you have a wonderful fun-filled summer with your families and look forward to our getting together for new and exciting programs in September!
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Have a wonderful Shabbos,
I look forward to your joining me in the fall as we begin a new year with many exciting, enlightening and inspirational programs to help you on your Jewish journey.
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