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Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka shied away from the limelight and rarely appeared in public, where she would undoubtedly be celebrated as the revered rebbetzin.
How can I help her become stronger so she can survive in a world that’s not always fair and tactful, and so that she’s not constantly suffering a maelstrom of emotion?
Historically, many communities traditionally included in their bylaws that they would only accept married candidates as their rabbis. Why?
Chapter 24 of Positivity Bias
The story of a lost-and-found child of Chassidic roots who had become a high-powered American attorney and advocate for Soviet causes.
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