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Under the direction of Rabbi Avi Bukiet and his wife Luna, Chabad Center for Jewish Life of Arlington-Belmont, founded in 2014 offers youth programs, adult education courses, community holiday celebrations and many more community services.
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  • What to Expect at Simchat Torah ServicesSure there are the Torahs and prayers, but there is also dancing, singing, capering, and snacking... Read More
  • The Torah Saved by the Soviet PolicemanThe Torahs were technically considered state property and that tampering with them could result in... Read More
  • Why Flags (With Apples and Candles) on Simchat Torah?Many old-timers
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  • Talmud Completion in a San Francisco Area Sukkah Helps Transform Grief to Joy Remembering a departed father on Hoshana Rabbah by learning Torah Read More
  • The Day I Was an AngelIt had been a drizzly morning, gray and overcast, and I stood like a soldier outside a local bagel... Read More
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Daily Thought
On Simchat Torah we dance with our feet, not with our heads. We are celebrating the Torah, and the Torah is something we study with our heads. But we dance with our feet, not with our heads. If we would dance with our heads, each one would dance a different dance, each in a different space, some with friends but not with others, some as lonesome souls. One head is higher, one is lower, one is here on earth, the other in the clouds or beyond, and...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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