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Tzvi Freeman is a senior editor at Chabad.org. He is also the author of two volumes of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth -- collections of meditations based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe -- as well as numerous articles and essays on Jewish mysticism, philosophy and practice. He also writes Chabad.org's widely acclaimed Daily Dose of Wisdom, mailed daily to tens of thousands of subscribers. Subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing with the Freeman Files subscription.
The Chabad Take On Tikun Olam
What's needed is an ideology that explains why raising a Jewish family is just as crucial to tikun olam as your contribution to society at large.
Dancing with the Ultimate Authority
Korach is a figure I can highly identify with. From primary grades on, I never got along too well with authority.
What does Tikun Olam mean, who came up with it, and how do I do it?
Tikun Olam: In Jewish teachings, any activity that improves the world, bringing it closer to the harmonious state for which it was created.
How the Tefillin Campaign Radically Changed the Way We Think About Being Jewish.
Because if any Joe right off the street (and right there on the street) can be asked to wrap those leather boxes on his arm and head—whether he professes to believe in G‑d or is an avowed atheist, whether he stands for Israel or for BDS, whether he believ...
Marriage at Mount Sinai
If God embraces us with mitzvahs, how does He kiss?
Lag BaOmer, Bonfires, & the Secrets of the Kabbalah
Not from the hands, not from the head, not from the heart, but from the spark within is a Jew ignited.
Crucial lessons to take from the Haggadah for the whole year
From a child's answers, you might know something about what the child knows. From a child's question, you know who the child is.
Why go to a Seder?
Maybe identity is not such a bad idea after all.
Pleasure, you would think, should be a very simple thing. It is, but only if you stop to think.
There is a desire that lies at the very core of all being. That desire chose you.
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