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Lag BaOmer: Celebrating the Inner World
Visit the Lag BaOmer Minisite
The birthday of Jewish mysticism . . . The spiritual significance of the bow and arrow . . . Can love be true, and can truth be loving? . . . What is Kabbalah?
Pesach Sheini: Celebrating Second Chances
I Was a Street Child in Ukraine

The true story of a girl who learned to believe in herself
Visit the Pesach Sheni Minisite
Thirty days ago we cleaned our homes and souls of leaven, and matzahed our way through the week-long festival of Passover. And now, Pesach Sheni—a Second Passover!
Learn the Parshah In Depth
Join the sages of yesteryear as they explore the deeper meaning of this week's Parshah. As quoted from the Talmud, Zohar, Maimonides, the Code of Jewish Law, and more...
Inspiring Light

A talk in which the Rebbe explains the deep meaning of the name of this Torah portion: Emor
Blind Love

Our self-love helps us excuse our faults. No one likes when others point out our shortcomings and reveal what we worked so hard to conceal. Can we apply this principle to loving another?
Your Questions
Why Is Challah Braided?

The six days of the week are the paradigm of diversity. Perhaps the braiding of the challah represents the idea of unity, how we tie everything together . . .
My Mikvah Experience in Beijing

I would never have expected that I would meet a sister in Beijing, but that’s exactly what happened.
Who’s That Knocking at My Door?

It has taken many soggy salads, but I now appreciate that tzedakah is more than a Jewish ethical obligation or a mitzvah to check off. It also has a spiritual component.
Was That a Blessing or a Curse?

"You will plant and won’t harvest; you will bring in and won’t bring out; you will bring out and won’t bring in...”
Bake Linzer Tarts with Miriam

Moses our Teacher granted the Torah and mitzvot only to the people of Israel... and to whoever from among the nations of the world who wishes to convert to Judaism... But Moses also instructed, by word of G-d, to prevail upon all inhabitants of the world to accept the [seven] mitzvot commanded to the children of Noah...
— Maimonides Mishneh Torah, Laws of Kings 8:10
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A person is happy when he knows something worthwhile belongs to him. A person is very happy when he feels he is small and yet he owns something very great.

We are all finite owners of the Infinite.