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Birchas Hachamah - The Blessing of the Sun Only Once in 28 Years!

What can you do for those you have loved who are no longer here?

Still, it had an undeniable effect, opening up new feelings of warmth and receptivity.

Even when not fueled by desire, touch can leave people feeling distinctly warmer and more connected to each other.

The primary reason for the disparity seems to lie in which underlying Biblical text is chosen (roughly 5500 BC based on the Greek Septuagint text, about 3750 BC based on the Hebrew Masoretic text).

Most of the 1,732-year difference resides in numerical discrepancies in the genealogies of the two versions of the Book of Genesis.

It encompasses the religion, philosophy, culture and way of life of the Jewish people.

The net difference between the two major genealogies of Genesis is 1466 years (ignoring the "second year after the flood" ambiguity), 85% of the total difference.

Abby Stein, a Jewish transgender activist and former Chassid in New York City, asked Mayor Bill de Blasio some tough questions about haredi educational reform at a town hall meeting in Harlem, held August 2.

You have never liked shopping at this store because of its less-than-wonderful service. Usually you have to pick up your change off the counter, but today the cashier places it in your hand, and for a brief moment you feel the warmth of his or her hand on yours. For some reason, you’re feeling more warmly toward this store than before. Hope you enjoyed your meal, he says with a smile and a parting pat on the shoulder.

Does a Man "Inherit" his Brother's Wife When the Brother Dies?

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