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Celebrating Destruction

Despite the obvious rawness of the environment, I could not help but think about the potential this apartment had.
Rebuilding the Temple with Love

Talk about Jewish guilt. It is said that if we don't witness the rebuilding of the Holy Temple in our lifetime, it's as if we witness its destruction. If that’s not difficult enough, the key to rebuilding is simple to articulate but challenging to do: to love another Jew for no reason whatsoever.
Judaism 101
What to Expect at a Shabbat Meal

So, you have been invited to join a family for a Shabbat meal. What do you need to know?
Rabbi Y: Why Do We Have to Wait Between Eating Meat and Milk?

What’s up with the buffer zone?
Editor's Pick
Chocolate and Melancholia

Soul Foods of the Secret-Bearers
The Dreyfus Affair

Despite the lack of hard evidence supporting his guilt, he was stripped of his military rank, sentenced to deportation, and caused to suffer tremendously—just because he was Jewish.
When Moses Commanded G-d

Although Moses is not completely reconciled to his death in the desert (as we will see later in the Parshah of Va’etchanan), he can not leave the world in peace without knowing that his people will be in good hands.
The Uphill Battles That Shaped Our Nation

The story of Phinehas has repeated itself like a broken record throughout our difficult but glorious history. Our nation would not exist today if not for the many heroic, odds-defying acts performed by courageous individuals and groups
Don’t Psychoanalyze!

Is it that simple to know everything going on in someone else’s head? Are you always that accurate with what’s happening in your own head?
Learn the Parshah in Depth
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
The Practical Laws of Cooking on Shabbat

On Shabbat we abstain from 39 general categories of creative work. In this class we discuss the prohibition of cooking on Shabbat and learn some of the underlying principles and their practical application.
The Future Tribal Division of the Land of Israel

This class will address the halachic and spiritual dynamics of the expanded land of Israel in the Messianic era with respect to the tribal allotments. (Likutei Sichos vol. 38, Sicha 1)
The Rebbe and the Diamond Merchants

What I Do When My Mind Begins Concocting Worst Case Scenarios

There are days when my brain is so fired up with worries of what if’s and how could’s that my fight-or-flight instincts take center stage, resulting in mental paralysis, emotional hyperactivity, and the never-ending feeling of swimming upstream while weighted down.
Rough. Soft. Forest.

The silence is broken by the ringing of my phone. The screen proclaims, “BLOCKED CALL.” I know what this means. It is a phone call from Chaim Boruch’s classroom.
Refreshing Blueberry Greek Yogurt Popsicles

What's summer without frozen desserts?
"Love your fellow as yourself" (Leviticus 19:18) is an elaboration and elucidation upon "And you shall love the L-rd your G-d" (Deuteronomy 6:5). When one loves one's fellow one loves G-d, for one's fellow contains within him/herself a "part of G-d above" (Job 31:2). By loving one's fellow, the innermost part of him, one loves G-d.
— Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov
Print Magazine

We are imprisoned because we have exiled our G‑d.

As long as we search for G‑d by abandoning the world He has made, we can never truly find Him.

As long as we believe there is a place to escape, we cannot be liberated.

The ultimate liberation will be when we open our eyes
to see that everything is here, now.