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    Things God Cannot Do Without Us

    7. October, 2013BlogComments are off

    A young man who was depressed by the evil, the suffering, the misery of the world, complained to his rabbi: “That is exactly the reason God put you in this world; to make it a better world. Now go ahead and do your part.”

    In the rabbi’s answer, we come upon a subtle truth that is frequently overlooked. We always talk of our dependence upon God. We seem to forget that God also depends on us. There are so many things he cannot do without us. In a very real way, we are his partner, and not a silent partner either.


    Bar and Bat Mitzvah Lessons

    30. September, 2013BlogComments are off

    Bar is a Hebrew word that means son, and Bat is the Hebrew word for girl or daughter. Mitzvah is a word that is defined as responsibility or law. These are the words which we refer to as the religious moment in time our teens, who have reached the age of 13, have become Bar or Bat Mitzvah.


    A Jewish Boycott By Muslims

    8. September, 2013BlogComments are off

    A Jewish Boycott By Muslims

    Some time ago, Iran’s supreme Leader, Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, urged all Muslims to boycott anything and everything that originated with the Jewish people. In response, Meyer Teinkman, a pharmacist listed many, but certainly, not all of the breakthroughs and discoveries in science, literature, medicine and in the receiving of Noble Peace awards that the Jewish people have gotten over the years. These have been our contributions to humanity.


    Rosh Hashanah Trivia Knowledge

    4. September, 2013BlogComments are off

    Rosh Hashanah Trivia Knowledge

    When Rosh Hashanah Comes Early & Other Calendar Quirks

    Okay, here’s a question for all you trivia buffs out there. When was the last time Rosh Hashanah began as early as September 5th? Give up? Try 1899! That was the year that Queens and Staten Island became part of New York City, the Great Blizzard of 1899 pounded South Florida with snow, and fighting in Afghanistan continued to rage (then it was the British but sadly some things never change). This was also the year when the paperclip and Bayer aspirin were patented, and voting machines were okay’ for federal elections. (more…)

    Jewish Trivia Knowledge

    1. July, 2013Jewish Trivia KnowledgeComments are off

    Jewish Trivia Contest

    Below are a random group of Trivia questions about Jewish tradition, customs and history. If you are one of the first ten people to answer 37 questions correctly then you will be entitled to a free video chat Hebrew lesson of ½ hour, which is a $50.00 value.

    You may get your answers from the Internet, or books or any other method that you can locate. Maybe even your parents. Please send your answers along with your email address and phone number to: michaelmarcus1000@gmail.com by August 25th in order to be eligible for the prize. All of the answers will be listed in my August blog. Good luck!

    Attached are some trivia facts that you may not know!

    What is the capital of Israel?


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