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Inspired by the Lubavitcher Rebbe- Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, Rabbi Shmuli and Mushky Raitman together with their children Mendel, Tzivia, Pinny, Asher, Zahava and Cherna have established a Chabad Jewish Center in Danville, CA. Their goal is to strengthen Jewish awareness and pride. Building strong and vibrant community for the Jewish residents of Danville/S. Ramon by creating an environment where every person, regardless of background or affiliation is welcome to explore and experience their heritage in a warm and non-judgmental environment.
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The suite was very expensive and usually reserved for nobility. But the Rebbe Maharash did not flinch at the exorbitant price and was soon escorted to his rooms.
The month of Tishrei is divided into two basic parts, which differ from one another, yet complete each other, and also make it into one integral month that serves as an introduction and start of the new year.
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Torah uses the same language to describe fasting on Yom Kippur as it does to describe living off manna in the wilderness. (Deut. 8:3) In fact, the Talmud uses this as evidence that fasting on Yom Kippur means depriving yourself of physical food. But there is more to this comparison. Both provide a blissful, spiritual pleasure. Both nourish the body and the soul more than any earthly food. There is, however, one difference. In the wilderness, the manna descended from heaven...