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Shevat 14, 5779
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    Shevat 14 is the anniversary of the passing of Rabbi Yaakov Yehoshua Falk Katz...

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We do not keep our traditions for the sake of the past. We keep them for their power to create a future, a power that will never end. For the Torah was not given to this world so that it should return to its pristine glory as it was created. The Torah was given...

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