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Jewish History
The birth of Rabbi Shalom Dovber Schneerson
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Abraham appreciated a simple yet sometimes difficult truth: if you want to make something truly yours, you must pay for it.

Of the 54 parshiot of the Five Books of Moses, only one is named after a woman. It is called “The Life of Sarah.”

It opens by informing us that Sarah has died.

Yes, this is the life of Sarah. Her true life. Because only in her passing was Sarah’s life fulfilled.

During her lifetime, she and her husband Abraham...

The Jewish Woman
We knew that if we were to continue our journey in Judaism, we must find a community.
Chabad.org Video
Want to know what Judaism is? Start with this fun video.
Kabbalah Online
A tale of a tzadik saved by a zealous disciple.
Questions & Answers
The custom of giving round foods is learned from Jacob, who cooked a pot of lentils.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
The Rebbe provides an interpretation of Rashi’s commentary that overturns nearly a thousand years of presumed understanding.
Questions & Answers
Accompanying the deceased to his or her final resting place is a tremendous mitzvah and displays great respect. See how much you know about Jewish funerals with this quiz.
Jewish History
Rabbi Yisrael Friedman of Ruzhin (1796-1850)
Jewish News
Wedding came during the yearly FSU-wide Yachad Torah-study program trip
Jewish News
New mikvah opening Sunday, Oct. 24, highlights community growth
The Jewish Woman
I must not allow myself to get so caught up in the decisions and demands before me that I forget that my human input is merely a physical container into which G‑d’s blessings can flow.
No tribe was more prestigious than Judah and none more lowly than Dan... Said G-d: "Let the one come and be associated with the other [i.e., Betzalel from the tribe of Judah, and Ahaliav from the tribe of Dan, who were charged with the building of the Sanctuary] so that no man may despise [his fellow] or be arrogant, for both great and small are equal in G-d's sight"
– Midrash Tanchuma
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