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I-Give

Hello Friends Spring is finally¬†here. To celebrate, l-Give will donate $5 per new member supporting The Foundation Stone through May 31. No purchase necessary.¬† In other words, for free. All the new to iGive member needs to do is try … Continue reading

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The Flow of Time

Older children, born when their parents were beginning their life and moving around from one job to another, often envy their younger siblings who arrived into a more stable and mature home. The younger siblings envy missing the adventures experienced … Continue reading

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The Film Program at Lincoln Square Synagogue

Simcha Weinberg has provided rabbinical services for more than three decades. Prior to establishing The Foundation Stone, Rabbi Simcha Weinberg served congregations in various parts of the United States, including at the Lincoln Square Synagogue in New York City. New … Continue reading

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Responsibilities of a Rabbi

Spreading the teachings of the Torah around the world, Rabbi Simcha Weinberg has visited destinations, including Moscow, San Salvador, Budapest, and Toronto. These travels have been met with opportunities for Rabbi Simcha Weinberg to serve as a guide and advisor … Continue reading

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The Foundation Stone

Rabbi Simcha Weinberg created The Foundation Stone. Prior to establishing the organization, Simcha Weinberg spent time as a rabbi in several locations such as St. Louis, Missouri, Saratoga Springs, New York, and Newark, New Jersey. More than a website, The … Continue reading

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The Attraction Of The Mystical

“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God Who has endowed us with sense, reason and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.” (Galileo, 1615) I agree with Galileo, however, I seem to be in a … Continue reading

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The Bacterium and The Frenchman

“On the one hand there is the simplicity, on the other the endless complexity of the process,” writes biologist Maitland Edey about the basic structure of DNA. “It is that magisterial power that commands our attention. Its four molecules are … Continue reading

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