Poverty Tests The Man

Photo Credit: Jewish Press The Talmud tells us that a man’s true character can be recognized through “kiso, koso, ka’aso, his purse [money], his cup of wine and his anger.” This means that a person is usually capable of hiding his true feelings and putting on a good front for others. When he is tested, […]

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The Signs Of A Healthy Ego

Photo Credit: Jewish Press There can be no friendship without confidence, and no confidence without integrity. – Samuel Johnson Advertisement ‘); _avp.push({ tagid: article_top_ad_tagid, alias: ‘/’, type: ‘banner’, zid: ThisAdID, pid: 16, onscroll: 0 }); When people think about friendship, they think about reciprocity, about give and take. However, if you don’t feel like you […]

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Why Does the New York Times Delete Stories of Attacks on Jews?

Photo Credit: Flickr / Marco Verch / CC 2.0 / https://foto.wuestenigel.com/the-new-york-times-logo-on-a-computer-screen-with-a-magnifying-glass/ NY Times: Readers look hard to find any truth in its pages {Originally posted to the author’s website} The New York Times has a tag line “All the News That’s Fit to Print.” When it deliberately omits stories of attacks on Jews within its […]

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e-Edition: January 3, 2020

Photo Credit: Jewish Press Click on the image below to read the paper. The new issue will appear every Friday morning. It may take up to one minute for the print edition below to appear. Once loaded, click on it to view a full page version. Advertisement ‘); _avp.push({ tagid: article_top_ad_tagid, alias: ‘/’, type: ‘banner’, […]

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Iraqi Prime Minister: Suleimani’s killing will lead to war in the region and the world

Iraqi Prime Minister: Suleimani’s killing will lead to war in the region and the world United States Defense Department accused Soleimani of the attacks on its Embassy in Baghdad earlier this week and said he ‘was developing plans to attack American diplomats” Iran’s spiritual leader Ali Khamenei is threatening Friday an act of “vengeful revenge […]

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Moving Forward

Photo Credit: Jewish Press This week’s parshah brings one of the most famous stories in the Torah to a surprising conclusion. After 22 years of separation from his brothers – after they had thrown him into a pit and sold him to a passing caravan – Yosef meets up with them again, having since become […]

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