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  • Four Words to Change the World
    par Paul Socken le 25/05/2022 à 8:39

    They are so simple and yet they have eluded us since the beginning of time. The post Four Words to Change the World appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Go Take a Bath
    par Mark Schiff le 25/05/2022 à 8:30

    I love taking baths. I love everything about them. The post Go Take a Bath appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Think What You Want, But Follow the Rules
    par Elizabeth Danziger le 25/05/2022 à 8:22

    Different Jewish denominations have varying views on what it means to follow Jewish law. The post Think What You Want, But Follow the Rules appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Does Anybody Sleep Anymore?
    par Kylie Ora Lobell le 25/05/2022 à 8:08

    According to one study, almost half of Americans say they feel tired between three and seven days per week, and 35.2% of all U.S. adults sleep less than seven hours per night.  The post Does Anybody Sleep Anymore? appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Thoughts on the Horrific Killings in Texas
    par Eva Robbins le 25/05/2022 à 5:40

    One school after another, churches, synagogues, stores, homes, countless places where people gather, live, study and pray have become places of danger. The post Thoughts on the Horrific Killings in Texas appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Jewish Groups React to Texas Elementary School
    par Aaron Bandler le 25/05/2022 à 5:32

    Jewish groups have issued tweets expressing horror and outrage over the May 24 mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas that resulted in 21 students and two teachers dead. The shooting occurred at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, a city west of San Antonio. The alleged shooter, reportedly […]

  • What a Difference a War Makes
    par Dan Schnur le 25/05/2022 à 8:10

    The extremely tense relationships between U.S. and Saudi leaders were a relatively low-level concern until the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The post What a Difference a War Makes appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • Dennis Prager and Rabbi Pini Dunner to Debate Human Nature at The Saban
    par Kylie Ora Lobell le 25/05/2022 à 8:00

    Rabbi Pini Dunner thinks that human beings are essentially good. The senior rabbi at Young Israel of North Beverly Hills wrote about this last year in an article for The Algemeiner titled, “Being Good Is in Our Nature.” “The fact we are all born in God’s image means that if […]

  • Five Classes That Should Be Offered in School, But Aren’t
    par Tabby Refael le 25/05/2022 à 7:52

    The following is my dream list of classes I wish had existed when I was in middle school and high school. The post Five Classes That Should Be Offered in School, But Aren’t appeared first on Jewish Journal.

  • 90-Year-Old Jewish Man Pushed Out of Building, Killed in France
    par Aaron Bandler le 24/05/2022 à 11:39

    A 90-year-old Jewish man was reportedly killed after his neighbor allegedly pushed him out of their building. Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) and Israel Hayom reported that the victim, identified as René Hadjaj, was pushed from the 17th floor of his building on May 21. Police arrested the […]

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