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Rabash (Rabbi Baruch Shalom Ashlag, 1906 –1991) was the last great Kabbalist. He was the eldest son of Baal HaSulam (Rabbi Yehuda Ashlag, 1884-1954), author of the Sulam (ladder) commentary on The Book of Zohar; and was his father’s closest disciple. Rabash had completed Baal HaSulam’s work: he was “the last of the Mohicans,” the last great Kabbalist who attained the spiritual world individually. From here on, as The Book of Zohar states, only a group of people who aspire to attain the spiritual world can break through the “barrier” separating them from it. Rav Michael Laitman, PhD www.kabbalah.info


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Shalom Sesame takes on the Broadway Musical! Join the Muppets as they search high and low for “Matzah in the House.” For more check out www.shalomsesame.org


Amar’e has been using his time off to learn about Jewish culture and stopped by Sesame Street to teach Shalom Sesame fans the Hebrew word “Tov”, which means “good”. Stoudemire explains how you can use “Tov” when saying “Good Morning”- Boker Tov, “Good Night”-Laila Tov and even “Congratulations!”- Mazel Tov!

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Beth Shalom Synagogue
By Jackie Perrone Beth Shalom Synagogue celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2005. While proud of its past, this congregation is now focusing on its future and expects growth and diversity in the years ahead. read more

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