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You Can Be a Hakhel Jew
When the Temple stood, the Jewish people would gather from all over the Land of Israel for hakhel, to hear the King read from the Torah in the Holy Temple. This event occurred every seven years.
What Makes a Marriage Endure?
After becoming observant in college, Rabbi Meilech Leib DuBrow asked the Rebbe about marrying someone whom he had known during his student years. In an unusually long audience, he received the answer...
This Is No Time for Prayer
Three days after leaving Egypt to receive the Torah, the Jewish people found themselves trapped between the Red Sea and Pharaoh’s army, which was fast approaching.
A Match Made in Heaven—and on Earth
Practical tips from Isaac and Rebecca’s marriage
Timeless Moment
Differences Aside
Eye to Eye
A Chapter a Day
My Encounter
As the will of the infinite and unknowable G-d, every mitzvah is essentially beyond understanding. Yet G-d clothed His commandments in "garments" of reason, so that not only our hands and feet but also our minds and heart should be involved in their fulfillment. This is true of every mitzvah, from the most esoteric "decree" to the most logical "law". The difference is only in the subtlety of the garment.
— The Lubavitcher Rebbe is a joint project of and Jewish Educational Media