Rav Menachem Bombach, founder of the first Chassidic High School in Beitar which also teaches general studies to its students.
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It took a few days for me to realize that if I wanted to go back to Kindergarten I would have to play by the grown ups’ rules.
We’ll be delivered / It will appear out of nowhere / Like the yona
We want our kids to continue learning Torah in a chareidi environment, just to also get the skills they need.
Sometimes a person just needs to keep moving down the road, doggedly moving even when there’s no hope in sight.
today that child is a father and lives with his family in Israel.
You eagle whose flying Shlomo can’t fathom
Sasson Mag regular Joseph Cox has been enthralling readers with his ‘Torah Shorts’ fiction here on the site for months. But Joseph’s own life-story is every bit as gripping – and unusual – as his fiction writing.
So homeward we headed, with new tans and sandals / Just in time to be madlik the Chanukah candles
How he wished he had a horse like that!
Antiochus Epiphanes, issuer of cruel decrees / Shabbat prohibition, circumcision abolition
“Your fourteen-year-old got in line for the roller coaster and started talking to some secular girl in a mini skirt.
Through the years she clothed herself as a
fun-loving, hard-working American mother.
And it falls upon Rabbi Loew to make this creature.
We live in a time of hate, true visceral hatred the likes of which I have never seen in my lifetime. But, perhaps the most frightening aspect of this hatred is a new phenomenon: the social acceptance of vile expressions and acts of hatred and violence by ordinary people.
“But what are you doing here?”
“Is she really busy or is it something about us?”
“If they are brilliant, why not?”
He didn’t know how to answer. “I mean, yeah. She’s pretty.”