OPINION & COMMENT
For an educational system, one important measure of success is if its graduates become functional, productive members of society. By this measure, the chareidi educational system has been very successful, as the overwhelming majority of the graduates find themselves fully prepared for life.
Just Scales to Judge Oneself
In preparation for and anticipation of the upcoming Mattan Torah.
In the first part, HaRav Freiman noted that Rashi cites two opinions of what Yisro heard that made him come to Bnei Yisroel in the desert: the splitting of Yam Suf and the war with Amolek. Rashi left out the third opinion of R' Elozor HaModa'i that Yisro heard about the giving of the Torah. Why was that? HaRav Freiman also cited the question asked about how the news of the war with Amolek caused Yisro to come. It does not say the victory over Amolek but the war itself. How did that attract Yisro?
Every Day Counts: Unusual Circumstances of Sefiras
The Chasam Sofer was a Torah giant, and chidushim on Shas, Shulchan Oruch and Chumash, as well as many volumes of halachic responsa were among his numerous published works. He was both the rosh yeshiva and the rov of Pressburg, a city which was home to one of the largest yeshivas and communities of his day. Generations of Torah personalities descended from him, and even today his offspring continue on his path.
Ahavas Torah: Growing in Sefiras HaOmer
Politica: Hanegbi Makes Appointments
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