Members“By the sweat of your brow you shall eat bread”

With this curse, Adam was driven out of paradise.

By Michael Selutin |

To this day, earning a living has generally been associated with toiling and great effort. At the same time, many find joy and fulfillment in their work, and have turned this curse into a blessing.

In Israel, Orthodox Jews are primarily employed in traditional religious professions, which, in addition to allowing them to earn a living, helps enable the rest of the religious community to fulfill the biblical commandments. The Orthodox baker prepares challah bread for Shabbat, the tanner...

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