At the Splitting of the Sea, a servant girl saw what Isaiah, Ezekiel and all other prophets did not behold.
In stereotypical Jewish fashion, allow me please to answer your question through asking yet another question. Why can't the circumcision wait until the child grows older?
By Yisroel Cotlar
He looks so strong in his tallit and tefillin, with the determination of a man prepared to fight, yet with the resignation of one discovering that his life is not in his control.
By Mushka Rochel Zaltzman-Graj
I demand of my heart, no tears at Auschwitz.
By Orly Fuerst
Walking out of his office into the empty hallway, I broke down in a fit of bitter tears. After I composed myself, I headed out of the building.
By Yitzi Hurwitz
Brit Milah carries the promise of three rewards: the divine presence, the land of Israel, and the royal House of David. What is the connection between these three gifts and the covenant of circumcision?
By Lazer Gurkow
There is a suit we wear that has a life of its own. It is knitted of the fabric of words, images and sounds, mischievous characters that no one else can see—or would care to know. You, however, hear them day and night, chattering, buzzing, playing their games in the courtyard of your mind. They are...