How much easier is it to ignore another’s feelings, how much easier is it to reject someone when we never have to look them in the eye or hear the pain in their voice as we do so? That direct connection with others is one of the great moderating and civilizing forces that can shape our character. We are losing it. Our young people especially are losing it. And as they do, they grow more angry and more anxious.
Whether by illness or by the death of a loved one, we all at some point in our lives, come face-to-face with life’s fragility.
This recipe was such a hit, when we first posted it last year. Our Rabbi’s Chocolate Toffee Matza recipe is so good, you will be making all year long.
At times, knowing the truth is not the same as knowing what is just
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