It was first published in Warsaw by Polish oculist Ludvic Lazarus Zamenhof.Over the next few years editions were published in Polish, Russian, Hebrew, French, German, and English.I was having a great night, and stubbornly, almost militantly, refused to let this individual change that for me.I woke up the next morning feeling like a witness to a scene whose details I could not quite conjure.
Although converts are included in the commandment to love one's fellow Jew, the Torah nevertheless added an additional mitzvah to love the convert who is a stranger to his new environment.
In addition to observing the interior organs of the bat, students will pay special attention to the exterior limb structure of the bat’s wings and make comparisons to other animals they have studied.
Last night our ECC Staff hosted a program for the Center of Jewish Education, (CJE.) We presented back to the Dallas community of educators the ideas and new practices we have implemented and enhanced since attending the NAEYC Conference.
On a weekly basis he offers lively interactive sermons and lectures which explore Jewish texts and how they inform modern life. He walked in to Shul nervous and tense; it was his first time attending.
Rabbi Silver has served as Chair of the South Bay Interfaith Coalition many times, been a member of the medical ethics committee at Little Company of Mary Hospital and been a leading voice on issues of local concern. He had just moved to a new community and wasn't sure what it would be like. He looked around hoping someone would come over but no one said a word to him. A minute later a man walked over and tapped him on the shoulder.
The Chinuch broadens this commandment to include all strangers, such as a newcomer to a neighborhood, a new student in a school, or a new employee.