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Lone Soldier Care-Package Project!

It’s that time of year!  Rebbetzin Batya Miller is busy baking baked goods for the Chayalim (soldiers).   This coming Friday I will be joined by a couple of our students to pass out care-packages to IDF Lone Soldiers.  Every year at Oro Shel Adam we look forward

The Dawn of a New Year

Return to the Beit Midrash after Summer Fun Oro Shel Adam Olim returned to the Beit Midrash two weeks ago on Rosh Chodesh Elul after a short summer break.  We are continuing to study Talmud Kiddushin.  Our learning this zman is focusing on parents’ obligations to children

Is There a Place for Joy on Rosh Hashana?

After the terror attack in our community, Adam’s own Miriam Leichman, decided that the community was in need of words of strength and chizuk, specifically in the area of Bein Adam L’chavero commandments between Jew and their fellow.  She initiated a project in which every day for

The Goodness of God on Tisha B’Av???

We sit on the floor while listening to Megillat Eichah.  The shul’s light are dimmed.  The prayers are mournful.  The Parochet on the Aron Kodesh is missing.  Friends do not greet one another.  It is the darkest and saddest night of the Jewish year. In the middle

Tiyul to Nachal Prat

Our daily struggle at Oro Shel Adam, yeshiva for Olim, is twofold.  We start the day attempting to crack the difficult Aramaic text of the Gemara.  Reading and comprehending Talmud is no simple task. Our Olim spend the second half of the day working toward building a

Sizzling Summer in OSA

It’s been an exciting opening of the summer in Oro Shel Adam! Since Pesach we have been studying Gemara Kiddushin and laws of creating the marital bond between husband and wife.  It is an important area within Jewish law teaching us many fundamental concepts and principles.   We

Torat Chessed

We read the Book of Ruth on Chag HaShavuot.  At first glance it seems like a strange choice.  The storyline of Rut has little or nothing to do with Revelation and standing at Sinia, the main theme of the holiday.  What is the reason why the Rabbis