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Rabbi Chaim Miller
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Rabbi Chaim Miller is the author of the popular Gutnick Edition of the Torah, and a host of other Judaic titles. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Kol Menachem Publications and the forthcoming Lifestyle Books. His weekly video lectures can be found at Torah in 10 and on Facebook.

Entries by Rabbi Chaim Miller

Yom Kippur Sermon 5774

(0) Comments | Posted September 12, 2013 | 12:06 PM

England, like many European countries, is filled with very narrow roads that look like alleyways, but which serve as two-way streets with only enough room for one car to pass at a time. Once, two Englishmen were driving down one such road in opposite directions and came face to face,...

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A Few Musings on the Spiritual Work of Rosh Hashanah

(4) Comments | Posted September 11, 2012 | 11:40 AM

Some people wonder: Does G-d really care about the little details of what I do? If I ride in a car on Shabbos or eat something that is not kosher, why should that bother Him if He is infinite?

Observant Jews would answer: Yes, it does really bother him. G-d...

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Alternative Energy, Alternative Wisdom

(1) Comments | Posted September 22, 2011 | 7:44 AM

It's sad but true that religion kicks in spectacularly well when we are desperate. This week, some financial challenges that I am going through began to get the better of me and I decided to pay a trip to the graveside of my mentor, the late Rabbi of Lubavitch, Rabbi...

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The Seven Most Powerful Teachings in Judaism

(149) Comments | Posted August 12, 2011 | 12:06 PM

Aug. 9 this year marks the saddest day on the Jewish calendar (Tisha b'Av) when the Holy Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed. But however much the Jews have been battered throughout history, they always seemed to bounce back. Here are the seven most powerful ideas in Judaism that have catalyzed...

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Beyond Transcendental: Realizing Your Innate G-d Connection

(199) Comments | Posted May 15, 2011 | 9:14 AM

It's not easy to worship a distant G-d. Often He feels so heavenly, so uncommunicative, so incompatible with mortals.

You might have never realized it, but when we reach out to G-d we always do it in one of two ways, what I call the "meaningful" and the "transcendental."


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