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How To Make Synagogues Holy

By Rabbi Yaacov Haber An American industrialist once came to visit the Chofetz Chaim of blessed memory. The Chofetz Chaim proudly gave the man a personal tour of his Yeshiva and asked him if he too would like to be a partner in the building of Torah. The man looked at the saintly Rabbi. He […]

Rambam’s Principles of Health: Vinegar

Rambam mentions the benefit of eating vinegar in the summer. During the hard gleaning work in the heat of the sun Boaz tells Ruth: “dip your pita in vinegar”. Both Rashi and Eben Ezra explain that vinegar helps alleviate heat. Vinegar is an important healing food in Chinese medicine. It enters the liver and stomach […]

Hazkarah

All are invited to a Hazkarah on Tuesday June 1, 2010 sponsored by Shmuel Raimi in the memory of his father Chaim Ben Rami.   Aaravit begins at 8:00p.m.  Refreshments will be served thereafter.  Please join us.

Thank You For A Wonderful Shabbat!

Thank you to all of you for a wonderful Shabbat.  It was a wonderful feeling and full of happiness, even though it was so crowded we overflowed into the yard!   Thank you to  those that arranged the housing for our guests that travelled to join us and a special thank you those that helped organize  the special Kiddush.  Chazak […]

Rambam’s Principles of Health: Cooling and Warming Foods

 A person whose flesh is hot should not eat meat and honey and should not drink wine, as the king Salomon said in an allegory, “it is not good to eat much honey.” He should drink water from endive (chicory) even if it is bitter, as he should drink and eat the way of healing […]

KASHRUTH ALERT

Brand: Cinquina Product: Artichokes, Bruschetta Topping, Pesto Genovese, Sundried Tomatoes, Capers, Capers with Stem. Company: Cinquina S.R.L – Lanciano, Italy Issue: These products mistakenly bear an unauthorized OU symbol and are not kosher. They are being withdrawn from the marketplace. Consumers spotting these products are requested to contact the Orthodox Union at 212-613-8241 or via […]

Celebrate Special Days with Us!

We all have special dates on our calendars, but we’re never quite sure what to do about them, so… What better way to mark that date, than by sponsoring a Kiddush at the Shul and celebrate with family and friends.  We’d really like to see EVERY Shabbat filled, pick at least one of the dates […]