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Jewish Holidays
The word Haggadah means “telling,” as its primary purpose is to facilitate the retelling the story of the Exodus from Egypt. It also guides participants through the ritual-rich Seder meal, indicating...
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If Shabbat is such a beautiful gift, why are there so many rules and restrictions, which can be seen as a big burden?
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Havdalah is Hebrew for “separation” and refers to the verbal declaration made at the end of Shabbat or a Jewish holiday, in which the holy day is separated from the mundane period that follows.

There are three approaches to dealing with this world:

One is to remain aloof as the sun. The world will benefit from your light, but you will remain distant and removed. You will invest little in this world and so have little to lose.

Another approach is to wane and wax as the moon—to suffer the scars and bruises of...

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G-d’s home on earth is not complete without everyone’s contributions.
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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Building the Tabernacle, G-d’s terrestrial residence, must have been a most sought-after contract. What was it about Bezalel and Oholiab that caused them to land this coveted assignment?
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Pleasure, you would think, should be a very simple thing. It is, but only if you stop to think.
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A dark incident at a campus Chabad is countered with light in a small Virginia town
Just like in the case of two people who are wrestling... if one of them moves with sloth and lethargy, he will be easily defeated and felled, even if he is stronger than his fellow; so, too, in battling one's evil inclination, one can prevail over it ... only with alacrity that comes from joy and from a heart that is free and cleansed from every trace of worry and sadness...
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi
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