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Weekly Magazine
Looking for ways to channel this day’s inspiration into your home? Here are our suggestions, many of which are the same as in normal times.
A sample of local peasant culture can be found in certain phrases, often punchlines of poignant tales told by the Rebbes and chassidim, which have become part of everyday parlance.
Please remember how difficult it is to change. Help me work on one thing at a time. I can’t change all my faults at once.
See how well you know the laws and customs of the great mitzvah of Mezuzah!
Understanding the concept of "dira betachtonim," G-d asking us to turn our world into a home for Him.
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Daily Thought
“I have come to My garden, My sister, My bride.” —Song of Songs A private garden is a special space to enjoy, to be yourself, to share with an intimate companion. In a private garden, every bush, every flower, and every rock is placed with delicate purpose. Nothing is superfluous, everything is designed for the enjoyment and delight of the garden’s owner. A private garden demands vigilance, labor, and maintenance—more than home or a field of produce. Yet this coarse world of three dimensions, grasped with our visceral senses, manipulated by our flesh hands, this is the world G‑d calls His private garden. Because in each creation...
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January 28, 2021

Daily Quote
A person is obligated to say: The entire world was created for my sake
Talmud, Kiddushin 82b