Rabi Frimer looks at Tshuva as having two different obligations – one relates to our fellow Jews physical and emotional welfare whilst the second is concerned with their spiritual and religious well being.More...
Historical facts about Chanukah are known but sources disagree how “Chanukah” got its name and whether the ‘work’ or ‘resting’ to which it may refer means desisting from constructive activity, women’s work, or resting from battle. What do you think?More...
Rabbi Arye A Frimer illuminates for us what is meant by these four expressions of redemption. God promises the Israelites to free us from the Egyptians, to deliver us from bondage, to be redeemed and take us to be His people. The explanations reveal interesting insights into our Judaic roots.More...
A thoughtful insight of the Haggadah portion which deals with the Four Sons is provided by Rabbi Aryeh A Frimer. In his article “Passover 5771, the Rabbi stresses the importance of this portion as it relates to children and its influence because of their participation in it.More...
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