Pesach is getting closer and we would truly be delighted to see you at our Sedorim and Services!
If you or anyone you know is in need of Shmurah Matzah or selling Chometz, please contact the Rabbi at 845 559 9200.
Wishing you a Shabbat Shalom!
On Passover we celebrate the liberation of the Jewish people from Egyptian slavery and, together with it, the liberation from, and negation of the ancient Egyptian system and way of life, the “abominations of Egypt.” Thus we celebrate our physical liberation together with our spiritual freedom. Indeed, there cannot be one without the other; there can be no real freedom without accepting the precepts of our Torah guiding our daily life; pure and holy life eventually leads to real freedom.
(The Lubavitcher Rebbe)
One day, an employee received an unusually large check. She decided not to say anything about it. The following week, her check was for less that the normal amount, and she confronted her boss. “How come,” the supervisor inquired, “you didn’t say anything when you were overpaid?”
Unperturbed, the employee replied, “Well, I can overlook one mistake – but not two in a row!”
|New Weekly Mini-column:
Moshiach and the Future Redemption:
Two of the most fundamental tenets of the Jewish faith – as listed by Maimonides among the Thirteen Principles of the Jewish Faith – are the belief in the ultimate redemption, an awaited era of world peace, prosperity and wisdom, and the belief that the dead will be resurrected at that time.
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Our monthly club at the Starr Library in Rhinebeck. 1st Tuesday of every month, 6PM-7PM
Next occurrence, April 5th 2011
Soup Salad and Soul
Our monthly Women’s Brunch
3rd Sunday of every month
Next occurrence April 17th,2011
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-Shabbat, April 2nd: Shabbat ends 8:03 PM
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