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In the 16th-century Shabbat hymn “Lecha Dodi,” we welcome the Shabbat as both a bride and queen. Here’s why . . .
In each of us there shines a bright sun. In each of us there is a time of its eclipse.
I began going through the stages of grief. I couldn’t function for the first day. When day three arrived, I stopped missing my phone, and that’s when the really crazy stuff happened.
A chance meeting with ‘Roving Rabbis’ leads to an unexpected milestone
Jewish experiences and kosher food arrive on a famed resort island.
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