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Blessings in Disguise

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Teaching Moments

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

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Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

New Chapter, Sad Ending

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Home Run

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Steering the Middle Course

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Say Something Smart

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

Being smart isn’t about being a genius. It’s about not interrupting, about not shouting the answers to questions without consideration, about giving kavod the the person opposite you. Are you a chacham or a golem?

 

Starved Out

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Trees of Life

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

 

Do You Care What They Think?

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

We tend to congratulate ourselves on our ownership of Torah as the voice of absolute truth, and pat ourselves on the back for being more moral and refined than our secular neighbors. Surely they recognize our superiority, we think to ourselves! In truth, we’re completely outside their field of interest

 

Drinking the Wine of Eternity

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

Redemption is much more than the emancipation of the body, and the redemption of the spirit that took place over 3,000 years ago in Egypt ensured that a Jew can never really be enslaved again

 

It’s Still Our Army

Rabbi Moshe Grylak

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What Are You Fighting For?
Rabbi Moshe Grylak Parshas Korach is the tale of the archetypical machlokes
Baking Up a Storm
Yonoson Rosenblum Masterpiece Cakeshop dodged the bullet this time
More or Less
Eytan Kobre Hunger for materialism. Fueled from without or within?
Meeting the Baal Shem Tov in 2018: Last Installment
Mishpacha Readers The last part of this spirited conversation
A Priest, a Dog, and a Baseball Player
Rabbi Emanuel Feldman Only real life prepares you for real life
Not the Eretz Yisrael Blues
Jacob L. Freedman “Your rebbi in Mir made the diagnosis even before I did”
Collaboration Always Makes It Better
Riki Goldstein “If I collaborate for other albums, why not mine?”
The Language Everyone Understands
Riki Goldstein Connected through the universal medium of music
The Song I Can’t Stop Singing
Riki Goldstein “Let’s make Kiddush over the whole world”
Pick Your Tune
Riki Goldstein How do you like to sing Lecha Dodi?
Turnaround Time
Faigy Peritzman One truly content with his position won’t feel jealous
The Nice Things in Life
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Niceties gain cooperation while cementing relationships
See the Source
Mrs. Elana Moskowitz This message, so elementary, is challenging to maintain