11/01/2018

magen avraham issue #125 – By Pinchas Winston
I KNEW MY father-in-law, Rabbi Chaim Avraham Eliyahu ben Moshe Yosef, z”l, lived above nature when I first drove with him. While visiting them in Montreal, usually for Pesach, I would often accompany him on one of his many trips from his suburban community to the city to take care of his aged mother and in-laws. 

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13/12/2017

Does it Really Matter? CTD #123       ACCORDING TO THE Vilna Gaon,if the Jewish people do not merit a miraculous redemption, then it has to come through political channels. This means that the nations of the world have to agree to allow the Jewish people to rebuild their commonwealth, as they did,quite remarkably,back…

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07/12/2017

In Search of Chayn- CTD #122   THERE IS SOMETHING pleasing about walking into a clean and orderly room. It is certainly a lot nicer than entering a messy room. Pleasant people, and especially POLITE people, are not only enjoyable to be around, they draw others toward them. People will go out of their way…

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