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Author Archives: Aryel Nachman
I have been told, as have many of you, that; because I don’t wear a white shirt and black pants, black coat and black hat when I am out and about, I cannot possible be a Chassid. OK, I must … Continue reading
Well, we are back from vacation and it is time to get prepared for the High Holy Days. We will be posting the schedule soon, so keep coming back. In the mean time, here is a picture of the Tawas … Continue reading
By Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim – 20 Kislev 5772 All souls are comprised of sparks. The sparks composing the soul in this transmigration are not all the same sparks that composed the soul in previous transmigrations. Based on what … Continue reading
The day will come when HaShem will, in the blink of an eye, turn Tisha B’Av from the day of our greatest sorrow to the day of our greatest joy. We will no longer observe the day in sorrow, but … Continue reading
The Lament At The River By (bs”d): Aryel Nachman for Tisha B’Av 5768 Psalm 137: 137:1 By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. Why did we weep? Was it for our … Continue reading
By Rabbi Aryel Nachman ben Chaim – 28 Sivan 5775 Why is it we Jews do what we do? Is it just tradition? Is it habit? Is it superstition (G-d forbid!). Just as the Torah has many levels, so to … Continue reading
When a person comes to the shul and says s/he’s Jewish, you take them at their word. Until they say or do something that causes you suspect they are lying, you have no right to act as inquisitors. Whether the … Continue reading
Today is Shiv’ah Asar B’Tammuz (17th of Tammuz), the day when we fast and mourn the beginning of the events culminating in the destruction of the first and second Beit Hamikdash. Some of you may have seen my post on … Continue reading
Today, in the United States of America, we celebrate Independence Day, or the 4th of July as it is also known. But how many Jews know the significant role Jews played in the formation of the USA. On this Independence … Continue reading