Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
As the Jews counted the days, they weren't simply focused on the number of days that had passed
An honest reflection on Passover's relevance 3,000 years later
The Tahaluchah Experience
An Exclusive Chabad.org Interview
The short and simple answer is that another name for matzah
is lechem oni—“poor man's bread” or
“bread of poverty.”
G-d could have delivered everything on a silver platter, but that would be the opposite of true freedom.
Is there anything I can do to turn things around at this late date, or is it just too late?
First we drank a glass of wine. Then we ate a bit of parsley. Then they started talking, and talking, and talking. The smell of the food from the kitchen is making me insane, but they don't bring it...
Why has this form of entertainment become so popular in cities everywhere?
In this world, we are given tools, many of them. We have medicines and machines, we have diets and therapies. All these tools, they are given to us to help us, like glasses for poor vision.
In remembrance of the tragic death of Rabbi Akiva's disciples who died in a plague in the weeks... Read More »
Tomorrow is the ninth day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at... Read More »
The day following a festival is called Isru Chag ("tied to the festival"). Tachnun (confession of... Read More »
Pure olive oil crushed for the light, to raise an everlasting flame.
– Description of the oil using for lighting the menorah in the Holy Temple
There is no humility in pretending you are worthless. Humility is not an obsession over failure. Humility is a sensitivity to that which lies beyond.
Humility is when you recognize that, yes, you have talents, you have something to contribute to the world, you have a certain stature and authority—and yet all that has a...
The Jewish Woman
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