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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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Each man stands between two females: the corporeal woman below to whom he must provide sustenance and affection; and the Shechinah which stands over him to bless him with these so that he may turn around and provide them to the woman of his covenant
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Our world needs more righteous people or, at least, more righteous acts.
Following the Parting of the Sea, Moses sweetened water for the people to drink, and they were given some of the first mitzvahs. Or were they?
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We are spiritual beings. Without nourishment for our souls, we are plagued by insatiable cravings—like a body lacking essential nutrients. The spiritual is to us like manna. It is our lifeline, yet we so much fear living from it. Most of us would rather sink our teeth into a steak, or at least a potato—something that feels like a part of our world—than to grapple with a rich but mystifying bread from heaven. But we can't call this life unless we reach beyond ourselves, beyond...