Chesed


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Chesed

(kē`sĕd), in the Bible, nephew of Abraham.
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In 1850, when Congregation Anshi Chesed ("righteous men") dedicated its new Norfolk Street synagogue building, which had an unconventional stained-glass window depicting the Ten Commandments in the round, rather than in the typical two tablets, the depiction divided the New York congregation almost to the point of dueling.
The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has opened a statutory inquiry into Chesed Leyisruel Trust, registered charity number 1141178.
Similarly, although women of the Reform congregation, Ahawath Chesed, had actively tended departed peers since 1850, leaders of their burial group, Noshim zidkonioth (Society of Righteous Ladies), began complaining of neglected sick visits or funeral work by the early twentieth century.
In the story, Ruth's kindness, her chesed, awakes corresponding compassion in those around her.
The same outpouring of support occurred after nearly 200 headstones were found toppled over in Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery near St.
Vice President Mike Pence on Wednesday made an unannounced visit to the Jewish Chesed Shel Emeth cemetery near St.
to renovate the main entrance and lobbies within Congregation Ansche Chesed, a 90-year-old synagogue at West End Avenue and West 100th Street, in the Riverside-West End Historic District.
Ansche Chesed men's homeless shelter, which provides male guests a safe place to wash, eat, relax, and sleep 365 days a year;
Human parenting is a combination of two core Jewish values: chesed [compassion] and din [justice].
Such chesed (Hebrew for loving-kindness), such compassion and affection has the poet Stern for his enormous menagerie of animals, birds and little insects, that you would think he had created them himself.

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