September 25, 2018

Salvador Litvak

One question, five answers. Edited by Salvador Litvak, Accidental Talmudist. If you could invite anyone to your sukkah, who would it be?
Edited by Salvador Litvak, Accidental Talmudist. One Question, Five Voices: How do we make an atonement that lasts?
One question, five voices Edited by Salvador Litvak, the Accidental Talmudist What does it mean that God is our Sovereign?
On a recent Friday evening, I walked up my street at a brisk pace. One of the great blessings in my life is Rabbi Yekusiel Kalmenson’s...
I try to call my dad every day after I drop off the kids at school, a good way to fulfill the Fifth Commandment. I mention I’m going on a...
Two weeks ago, I received a crazy call. “We’re putting together a Super Bowl Party for the Homeless. Last year’s video went viral, so...
I did not expect to hear a Torah teaching about the #MeToo movement in a Chasidic synagogue. Rabbi Reuven Wolf, however,
Shabbat begins. I follow Rabbi Reuven Wolf into 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn — Chabad World Headquarters. The prayer space is packed...
I thought I understood the power of prayer, until I went to Uman. Long before I reconnected with Judaism, I felt connected to God.
At a recent meeting of our book club, we were discussing a novel about a self-loathing comedian when the conversation veered into politics. The guys...
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