You shall not see your brother's ox or sheep going astray and ignore them; rather, you should restore them to your brother… And so you shall do with every lost thing of your brother - you may not remain oblivious (22:1-3) When Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch wa...
Post-Modern Aspects of Chasidism and Their Significance for Jewish Society
By Tali Loewenthal
A brief history of modernization within Jewish society and how various groups responded in very different ways to the threats of secularization and assimilation. The approaches of isolationism and outreach are compared and contrasted.
My initial fear to shake the Four Kinds with others
By Yehudis Fishman
As I approached my twenties, I was determined to overcome my shyness and have the chutzpah to approach people and ask if they would like to say a blessing on the Four Kinds, which the sages say bring unity to the Jewish people.
I was walking on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles, California, when a Chabad rabbinical student asked me to put on tefillin. I blew up. I yelled at him, "You rotten Jew! You just embarrassed me in public." And I stormed away angrily.