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Feeling Deep Compassion for the Oppressed

Posted on 12/02/2018 by Rabbi Yaakov Bieler in Beliefs and Practices
A particularly moving paragraph that is recited by the entire congregation of pray-ers as part of the Shacharit (morning) services on Mondays and Thursdays, before the Tora is returned to the Ark, describes...

Learning From Psalms by Rabbi Yaakov Bieler

Posted on 11/04/2018 by Rabbi Yaakov Bieler in Beliefs and Practices
While Jewish liturgy very much emphasizes God’s various attributes, in the spirit of “imitateo Dei” (learning from God’s macro example to embody, as best we can, Godly behavior on our...

Controlling One’s Emotions in Order to Become a Better Person -- Yaakov Bieler

Posted on 10/23/2018 by Rabbi Yaakov Bieler in Beliefs and Practices
The “Binding of Isaac” (Genesis 22:1-18) is an iconic event in the Bible, and has transcended its religious context, to become part of the corpus of the classics of Western literature. While it is...
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