Rambam and Marriage

Rambam Maimonides Stamp

This week my wife and I celebrate our 37th wedding anniversary.

I won’t claim everything has always been perfect. “And they lived happily ever after” only happens in fairy tales.

However, since we’ve reached this milestone, I think I’ve got some license to share a wedding idea with you.

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Jewish Meditation Course

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It was the Shabbat after Rosh HaShana. I was at shul for mincha. And because it was a bright, sunny day most of the lower windows in the shul were open.

It was time to take out the Sefer Torah. I stood and moved towards the ark.

As I did I heard an odd noise over my left shoulder.

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Hacked

hacker

Introduction

As I announced on Facebook, Thinking Torah was hacked about ten days ago.

I thought it would be worthwhile to write a few words about the whole event and my thoughts about the experience.

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How to Change a Habit

Sukkah at Israel Museum
Sukkah at Israel Museum

 

I was troubled during the Yom Kippur davening.

Toward the end of the amidah we beseech God, “May it be Your will that I don’t sin any more.”

I was thinking that I’m saying what I really mean, but I know that I will sin again.

I wanted a strategy to overcome sin.

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