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"Where does it say that you have a contract with G-d to have an easy life?"

the Lubavitcher Rebbe



"Failure is not the enemy of success; it is its prerequisite."

Rabbi Nosson Scherman



23 Sep 2016

Laid down

Parshas Ki Savo - Coming and Going

This morning I came across an article titled 4-year-old saves grandfather after he has heart attack.

Dave Berrier, 48, wasn’t feeling well and had chest pain when he laid down to rest in his Clear Lake, Wisconsin home, Fox 9 reported.
http://www.foxnews.com/health/2016/09/22/4-year-old-saves-grandfather-after-has-heart-attack.html
To the editors of the article, I would refer you to check the past tense of lie versus lay.

I thought Prime Minister Netanyahu spoke very well at the UN yesterday. This Shabbos we read parshat Ki Tavo which begins with the words, "And it will be, when you come into the land which the Lord, your G-d, gives you for an inheritance, and you possess it and settle in it;' I would have liked a reference to G-d in the speech. Also, Netanyahu spoke about a young boy named Ahmed who "was the victim of a horrible terrorist act perpetrated by Jews." He also stated that "the Jewish citizens of Israel accused of attacking the Dawabsha family are in jail awaiting trial."
So, if they are awaiting trial and haven't been convicted, why would he, with great certainty, attribute the act to them?

Former antisemitic Hungarian MP who discovered Jewish roots to make aliya

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