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  • KapparotIt is an old Jewish custom to observe the ritual of KAPPAROT- atonement before Yom Kippur. The Ari zal stressed very much the importance of observing this custom.
    The custom includes taking a live fowl. If a live fowl is not available, this custom may be carried out with money. The money is to be given to charity. If you wish to observe the custom of KAPPAROT with money, and help Chabad
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Under the direction of Rabbi Sarytchev and his wife Nurit, Chabad of Ridgewood Congregation Beit Aharon, founded in 1999 offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday celebrations and many more community services.
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When G‑d told Noah to build an ark before the world would be destroyed, Noah built an ark. But when G‑d told Abraham He was about to destroy the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah—cities corrupt and evil to the core—Abraham argued. He said, “Perhaps there are righteous people there! Will the Judge of All the Earth not do justice?” Where Noah donned a warm coat for himself and his family, Abraham built a warm fire for the entire world. Because Abraham felt a sense of ownership for the world in which he lived. If there was...
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