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Accordion
Jewish History
Cheshvan 1, 5778
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Halachic Times
Saint George's, Grenada
  • 4:53 AM

    Dawn (Alot Hashachar)

  • 5:22 AM

    Earliest Tallit (Misheyakir)

  • 6:01 AM

    Sunrise (Hanetz Hachamah)

  • 8:54 AM

    Latest Shema

  • 9:53 AM

    Latest Shacharit

  • 11:51 AM

    Midday (Chatzot Hayom)

  • 5:41 PM

    Sunset (Shkiah)

  • 6:14 PM

    Shabbat Ends

  • 11:51 PM

    Midnight (Chatzot HaLailah)

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Daily Thought
G‑d is with me among my helpers. —Psalms 118:7 Your best friends are those who are at your side in time of distress. And why are they there? Because you are at their side at the time of their distress. Sometimes your charitable donations are seriously threatened. You might be short on funds, or the market might be unstable. Yet, nevertheless, you still provide with a full and generous hand. You have stood by a good friend at an hour of distress. A friend called charity. Sometimes, your fixed time for Torah study is...
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Saint George's

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Chanukah

December 12 - 20, 2017

 
Daily Quote
Stay away - to the ultimate degree - from "holy wars." Not because we lack the means of prevailing or because of timorousness, but because we must consecrate all our strength exclusively to strengthening our own structure, the edifice of Torah and mitzvot performed in holiness and purity
Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch (1860-1920; quoted in HaYom Yom, Elul 14)