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3 Tammuz
Insider’s Guide to 3 Tammuz
Customs for the Rebbe’s yahrtzeit, based on a letter he wrote before the previous rebbe’s first yahrtzeit.
The Rebbe's "Exaggerated Love"

Following the established custom, Joseph composed a lengthy letter to the Rebbe.
The Rebbe's Family and Ours: A History of Devotion

Their first meeting, which was supposed to be just an introductory encounter, lasted seven hours, and went well into the night
Your Questions
Why Is Impurity Not Observed?

The Torah contains a complex code of purity laws. Why are Jews not careful about these laws nowadays?
Is Over-Obsessing Okay?

How scrupulous is too scrupulous? At what point does religious observance start to become neurotic?
The Four Gifts of the Yiddishe Mama

The lesson of Miriam’s well is clear. The Yiddishe mama has a particular role to play in Jewish life.
Chukat Haftarah Companion

Jephthah sent a message to the king of Ammon demanding an explanation for the ongoing terror.
Woman Warrior Dina Hurwitz on Pain, Faith, Humor, Strength

Many would be tempted to wallow in self-pity or anger. But the couple has heroically risen to the challenge.
Kohlrabi Slaw

Jewish News
The Rebbe’s Personal Journals Explored at Philadelphia Event

Archival videos contextualize creative readings of Holocaust-era journal.
New Torah Celebrates Three Decades of Binghamton University Chabad

Honoring the multigenerational impact of a thriving campus center.
Industrial Turns Residential in Long Island City, and Jewish Life Thrives

Easing some of the challenges of a growing commuter neighborhood.
All that is sacred to the nation of the G‑d of Avraham and is fundamental to the house of Israel - establishing and rearing an upright generation, kashrut of food, the sublime pure holiness of Shabbat - was entrusted by G‑d for preservation and development to the Jewish woman.
— Hayom Yom, 26 Adar II
Print Magazine

Each of us is allocated from above just the amount of time we need to get our mission done. Some of that time will be for learning, teaching, helping others. Some of that time will be needed for making a living—also a divine task with purpose and meaning.

But none of us can justify our obsession with making a living by...