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The Jewish Woman
“Joy breaks all bounds,” I would repeat to my husband.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Following the Parting of the Sea, Moses sweetened water for the people to drink, and they were given some of the first mitzvahs. Or were they?
Jewish Quizzes
How much do you know about the month of Shevat? Take the quiz to find out!

We are spiritual beings. Without nourishment for our souls, we are plagued by insatiable cravings—like a body lacking essential nutrients.

The spiritual is to us like manna. It is our lifeline, yet we so much fear living from it.

Most of us would rather sink our teeth into a steak, or at least a potato—something...
Looking for ways to channel this day’s inspiration into your life? Here are our suggestions.
Jewish History
When the mayor of Chicago was shot, his family reached out across the Atlantic for prayer and blessings.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Our world needs more righteous people or, at least, more righteous acts.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
When you witness the miracle of creation with your own eyes, faith is unnecessary. Or, is it?
The Jewish Woman
As pious and devout as she was, she had an impish sense of humor and would stop at nothing to bring joy to others.
Jewish News
Rabbi of Mevaseret Zion, and beloved educator in Israel and Argentina
Jewish News
Annual conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Women Emissaries set for Feb. 8-13
Jewish Holidays
This weekly study packet is part of “Be a Leader” initiative. Print it out and learn it with your study group.
Jewish News
Thousands pay their respects at funerals and shiva houses around the country Video
During her youth and while pursuing her career as a psychologist, Dr. Lana Tiersky was not interested in an observant lifestyle. That all changed when her children embarked on their own journeys of...
Someone once said to my father, "The Alter Rebbe's chassidim were always keeping count." My father took a great liking to the saying, and he commented: "That idea characterizes a person's service of G-d. The hours must be 'counted hours,' then the days will be 'counted days.' When a day passes one should know what he has accomplished and what remains yet to be done... In general, one should always see to it that tomorrow should be much better than today."
– Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch (Hayom Yom, Iyar 1)
Passing of Rebbetzin Shterna Sarah Schneersohn (1942)
Wife of the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Sholom DovBer Schneerson, and mother of the sixth Rebbe... Read More »
Auschwitz Liberated (1945)
On January 27, 1945, the Russian army arrived in Auschwitz, the most infamous of the Nazi death... Read More »
This week's Torah reading contains the "song at the sea" sung by the Children of Israel upon their... Read More »
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