That’s What I Call Living

Two Eastern European Jews, fleeing poverty and persecution in their native land, had immigrated to Paris and, during their first days there, were taking in the sights of the city. They happened to find themselves one day in the cemetery where members of the Rothschild family were buried and were especially impressed with the grandeur […]

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Acknowledging Our Shortcomings

The rebbe appeared to be dozing off at the Kiddush table, and the chasidim took advantage of the opportunity to congratulate themselves on what a fine and distinguished spiritual leader they had and to celebrate his virtues. “He is the most learned Torah scholar in the entire country,” one declared. “Not only that, but he […]

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