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What do I do now?
Funny thing, nobody is ever shocked by the discovery that their mother is Inuit. What’s so different about being Jewish?
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Imagine a symphony of uncountable instruments, each playing its unique part in harmony and counterpoint. Problem is, the parts are out of sync.
Light is more than a creation. It’s a mandate.
Was the medium the real message of the Ten Commandments?
What was the real point of the Ten Commandments—what was said, or how?
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
We human beings have a knack for seeing how the parts of this world fit back together.
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Coconuts are delicious. But if you don’t know how to crack them, you could be real hungry in a coconut grove.
From the series: Sparks of Things to Come
Everything that exists contains a spark of the divine--it's meaning, it's place in the grand story. Our job is to redeem that spark.
Where we're coming from, where we're going, and how we're getting there—real soon.
An interactive online discussion on a chassidic classic for Passover
When Your Child Will Ask
This live class airs Tuesday night, March 31 at 8:00 pm ET This class is presented by Chabad.org and JNET - The Jewish Learning Network Click here for follow-along source sheet.
More than just a teaching
When a maamar is spoken, something new and vital has entered the world. How are we to approach the maamar? How much of it are we capable of understanding? How is it meant to change us, and our world?
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