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Mdixler

Author's details

Name: Mordechai Dixler
Date registered: April 26, 2006

Latest posts

  1. Kindle the Empathy — November 15, 2013
  2. Same Old, Same Old — November 1, 2013
  3. Kind and Calculated — October 18, 2013
  4. Can You Take a Visitor? — October 11, 2013
  5. Loving Confession — September 12, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. A Universal Message — 23 comments
  2. Meaning for Meat — 15 comments
  3. Heads or Tails? — 12 comments
  4. A Toast for the Aramean? — 11 comments
  5. Congregation Flight 27 — 11 comments

Author's posts listings

Nov 15

Kindle the Empathy

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Share via email One Friday, Daniel Goleman, renowned psychologist and Best Selling author of Emotional Intelligence, was going down to the subway during rush hour. Suddenly, he noticed a shirtless man curled up on the side of the staircase, not moving. Hundreds of people were just stepping over him. Dr. Goleman had just finished an …

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Nov 01

Same Old, Same Old

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Share via email Isaac and Rebecca prayed intensely for children, after many years of barrenness. Each would stand in a corner of the room pleading to their Father in Heaven for the blessing of children. “G-d accepted his prayer, and Rebecca his wife conceived (Gen. 25:21)” Why was his prayer accepted, and not hers? Says …

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Oct 18

Kind and Calculated

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Share via email When three desert travelers are invited into Abraham’s tent to join him for a meal, Abraham and Sarah treat them to a lavish feast. Butter and milk were laid out and meat, freshly slaughtered, was offered for these complete strangers. The Talmud even says a separate cow was slaughtered and served to …

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Oct 11

Can You Take a Visitor?

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Share via email There are times, sometimes just moments, when we feel inspired and close to the Al-mighty. Maybe we’re in the presence of a special person, in the final moments of Yom Kippur, the holiest day of the year, or we witnessed the birth of a new baby. Those spiritual moments don’t seem to …

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