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To 120: Growing Old, Staying Young

By: Rabbi Sacks On 27 March 2012, to celebrate the diamond jubilee of the Queen, an ancient ceremony took place at Buckingham Palace. A number of institutions presented Loyal Addresses to the Queen, thanking her for her service to the nation. Among them was the Board of Deputies of British Jews. Its then president, Vivian Wineman, included in his speech the traditional Jewish blessing on such occasions. He wished her well “until a hundred and twenty.” The Queen was amused and looked quizzically at Prince Philip. Neither of them had heard the expression before. Later the Prince asked what it
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The Spirituality of Listening

By: Rabbi Jonathan Sacks It is one of the most important words in Judaism, and also one of the least understood. Its two most famous occurrences are in last week’s parsha and this week’s: “Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one,” and “It shall come to pass if you surely listento My commandments which I am commanding you today, to love the Lord your God and to serve Him with all your heart and all your soul” – the openings of the first and second paragraphs of the Shema. It also appears in the first line of the parsha:
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Grief and Tears as Rabbi Michael Mark, Hy”d, Is Laid to Rest

By: Hamodia Staff For the second time in less than a week, thousands of Israelis gathered to mourn the victim of a savage terror attack, this time in Otniel, where Michael “Miki” Mark, Hy”d,was laid to rest on Sunday morning. Mark had been the director-general of Otniel Yeshiva. His 14-year-old daughter Tehila, who was also injured in the attack, delivered a heartbreaking eulogy in homage to her father: “I saw you in your last moments … You didn’t let go of the steering wheel, you didn’t try to protect yourself. Until your last breath you tried to save us. I
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We at Mizrachi Canada are involved in building the State of Israel, both spiritually and physically. Our involvement is done through education, volunteering, supporting our shlichut programs, and Toronto’s Chayalim and Bnot Sheirut in Israel. We invest in the Israeli Economy and partner the spiritual revolution taking place in our homeland.

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Mizrachi inspires and empowers Jews of all ages with a sense of commitment to the Jewish people, the Land of Israel and the Torah.

Joining Mizrachi shows you want to be part of our amazing movement and that you identify with our ideals. It also entitles you to take part in Mizrachi activities throughout the year, plus you’ll enjoy exclusive discounts and opportunities!

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Based in Jerusalem, World Mizrachi is a global, Torah driven, community focused educational organization committed to Jewish identity and destiny. The Mizrachi World Movement is the umbrella Religious Zionist Organization for many activities both in Israel and around the world, with branches and affiliates across the globe.

Mizrachi is driven by its core values of the Torah, Land of Israel, People of Israel, with a commitment to the universal principles of Derech Eretz. The movement is currently led by Rabbi Doron Perez.

Bnei Akiva is learning about Judaism in fun and innovative ways, discovering Israel and Zionism, making new friends, and meeting excellent role models to learn from. Bnei Akiva runs weekly educational activities, summer camps, Israel programs and so much more! In an age where money talks, the movement is a counter-culture where volunteering, idealism and passion are what matters. It creates the most beautiful of cycles, where madrichim become role models and inspire their chanichim to join the Bnei Akiva journey

Bnei Akiva Schools High school has both a boys campus, Yeshivat Or Chaim and a girls campus Ulpanat Orot. The mission of Yeshivat Or Chaim and Ulpanat Orot is to inculcate within its students an appreciation for and a commitment to Torah observances and values. the Bnei Akiva Schools emphasizes excellence in both Judaic and general studies. They have a commitment to religious growth, and a close attachment to the language, land and people of the State of Israel.

Camp Moshava Ennismore promotes a personal connection with Torat Yisrael, Am Yisrael, and Eretz Yisrael. Leadership skills nurtured during summers at Camp Moshava continue to help transform our campers and staff into committed and dedicated Jewish leaders in communities around the world.

Moshava Ba’ir Toronto is a Bnei Akiva day camp imbued with a love for Israel and a passion for Judaism. Education in an informal setting are the perfect ingredients for a fulfilling and fun summer experience!

To engage, inspire and educate the Jewish community of the Greater Toronto Area. We apply our Torah heritage to the daily lives of modern Jews, through classes, discussions and chavrutot in our home Beit Midrash and our Yeshivot Bnei Akiva, as well as the synagogues, campuses and workplaces of the GTA

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