Ohr Chaim Community Learning Center, in conjunction with their Yarchei Kallah, hosted a Legal Holiday Shiur, which took place on Wednesday morning, July 4th, at 9:15AM. The guest speaker was Rabbi ...

I always choose to ride the difficult horses because I love a good challenge. When I was about thirteen, I started riding Pony-Pony. He was a chestnut mustang gelding who stood about 14.2 hands ...

It is an experience common to all freshmen. One comes to a new campus, knows no one, and tries to orient himself by identifying the senior students who seem to have prestige. Then, he tries to ...

Why Envy is Ignorance The tenth and final of the Ten Commandments recorded in this week’s portion (Vaeschanan) reads: “You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife; you shall not covet your ...

It was a Friday afternoon and my wife was preparing for Shabbos. The phone rang. It was our friends whom we had invited for the Shabbos meal the next day. The wife explained that her brother-in-law ...

Engine coolant is called Freon. For some vehicles the manufacturer advises to change every 30,000 miles. Some manufacturers such as Hyundai say that the Freon should be replaced at 60,000 miles and ...

Dear Editor,  Since the 1960s my parents on Hopal Lane and their neighbors on Blauvelt Road in Monsey lived in a tree-lined area of one and two family homes. Approximately 14 years a decision was ...

I was all shook up in Mississippi. Inside a museum next to the modest two-room house where Elvis Presley was born in 1935 in Tupelo, Miss., visitors will find all the things you’d expect to see ...

STICKS AND STONES CAN BREAK MY BONES BUT WORDS CAN NEVER HURT ME (UNLESS I LET THEM) There’s an old saying that goes something like this: “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can ...

Miriam has lost her voice. Not her ability to speak, but her confidence to be heard. She says the words, but the words lack meaning. Equine therapy is the perfect modality for Miriam to help her ...

The story I am about to share rivals any "Aha moment" or hashgacha pratit. All names have been changed. I was invited to a "new dear friend" for Shabbos lunch. I knew that years ago Rebecca had ...

Dear Challah Fairy.  You are the reason, that I pick up the Monsey Times! I really appreciate you sharing your thoughts and your genuine no-nonsense attitude about the really important gifts we all ...

“One sheep you shall offer in the morning and the second sheep in the afternoon” The Verse that Says It All A fascinating Midrash credits an isolated verse in this week’s Torah portion, ...

Ohr Chaim Community Learning Center, in conjunction with their Yarchei Kallah, hosted a Legal Holiday Shiur, which took place on Wednesday morning, July 4th, at 9:15AM. The guest speaker was Rabbi ...

I always choose to ride the difficult horses because I love a good challenge. When I was about thirteen, I started riding Pony-Pony. He was a chestnut mustang gelding who stood about 14.2 hands ...

It is an experience common to all freshmen. One comes to a new campus, knows no one, and tries to orient himself by identifying the senior students who seem to have prestige. Then, he tries to ...

Why Envy is Ignorance The tenth and final of the Ten Commandments recorded in this week’s portion (Vaeschanan) reads: “You shall not covet your neighbor’s wife; you shall not covet your ...
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