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Dear Rabbi, I didn’t know my Hebrew name, so I asked my parents and they told me they never gave me one. Does this mean I can’t have a Hebrew name? Thanks

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Kaf~Vav~Resh~Shin spells Koresh: He was the Persian king who allowed exiled Yisraelites to return to Yerushalim. Shin~Resh~Vav~Kaf spells srok, meaning sandal or thong. Both these words share the exact same letters. Is there a connection?

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Bet~Kuf~Yud~Ayin spells bqiya meaning ) a fissure,breach,cleft Yud~Ayin~Kuf~Bet spells Ya aqob "heel holder" or "supplanter" Ya aqob has the bqiya meaning breach within it. Since there are no coincidences in what the letters of light reveal; what is the viable connection here?

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If the letter "Chet" means to separate and cut off, half, divide - and the meaning of the letter "Yud"| is worship, doesn’t their combination as the word "Chai" (which actually means "life") indicate “separate from worship”? I don’t see where they get "life" in this word. Please explain.

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Dear Rabbi, Is there a Mother's Day in the Jewish religion? I know that this Sunday (May 8, 2022) will be Mother’s Day in the United States and I wonder if Judaism has something similar. Thanks

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Hello, I was wondering about what is the custom for putting a stone on a gravestone. And also about the custom of using one set of dishes for milk and another one for meat. Is that a religious or hygienic reason? Thanks

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Is there a method within Jewish law to change one’s Hebrew name from the name one was assigned by their parents at birth for any reason, such as if one does not like their name?