Deotenu

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To forgive on the individual level: Improving our inner world.

By: Romi Morales In Yom Kippur, Am Israel receives one of the greatest gifts that could be offered to human beings: the opportunity to focus on forgiveness, after making a profound and authentic process of introspection. This is interesting, because not for all people this means the same thing. There are those who think that …

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“THE TNUA BETWEEN THE LINES”: WHAT IS THE ESSENCE THAT DISTINGUISHES US, AND GUIDES US THROUGH OUR EDUCATIONAL PATH?

By: Tomás Pollak, Rosh Chinuch Dromi, Virtual Machon 2020. Note: the word “vision” has two different meanings within this essay. The capitalized version (Vision), refers to the essence of our tnuot, consisting of both our “DNA” and the non-capitalized version. On the other hand, the non-capitalized version (vision), refers to the utopia that we seek …

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