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Rabbi Shmuli & Rivkie Pink moved to Leicester in 2001. Together with their 10 children, they are proving themselves a formidable team, bringing a vibrancy to the Leicester Hebrew Congregation, with their endless energy and joy.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • Nine Ways to Be Like a TreeSince the Torah compares man to “a tree of the field,” we’ve collected nine lessons from the... Read More
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Weekly Magazine
When did Tu Bishvat become a thing, and why specifically now?
Learn the meaning and significance of this famous Jewish surname.
So let’s say Moses turns up today. What would he liberate us from? What sort of miracles would he make this time around?
And as many times as you hear it, you’re moved all the same. If the tune grabs you from the get-go, it will almost always continue to do so.
He plants seeds. Seeds of experience, seeds of challenge, seeds of tears. Seeds that make us think, “Why do I need to go through this experience or meet that person?”
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Daily Thought
“And the Israelites walked on the dry land within the sea, and the water was a wall for them, to their right and to their left.”—Exodus 14:29 Always be leaving the slavery of Egypt. Never say, “I am this.” If you catch yourself fitting into a definition, contradict it. If you have found your comfort zone, go beyond it. Don’t let anything define you—neither to the left, nor to the right. All one-way roads lead back to bondage. Only by walking two...
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