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The mourners typically gather in a single home to observe shiva together.
It is a “descent for the sake of ascent,” a crisis in the marriage which ultimately deepens and enhances it by unearthing deep wells of loyalty and commitment which remain untapped in an unchallenged relationship.
The nazirite is a holy calling—rising above the mundane by observing a meticulous lifestyle
As the new week begins, we reaffirm our constant remembrance of Shabbat and ensure that its sanctity is not forgotten even during the working week.
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