Ten Minutes of Torah

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4 New Sukkah Blessings To Try This Year

Rabbi Matt Dreffin

Growing up, I always felt like I was forced to go to the synagogue immediately after Yom Kippur to sweat in the hot Florida sun while we constructed the communal sukkah.

What Do We Really Mean When We Apologize?

Betsy Stone, Ph.D.

Although we learn to say “I’m sorry” as young children, as we age, these words take on more meaning, perhaps reflecting true regret about our behavior or its impact.