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Jewish Holidays
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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...

A boundless Creator hides in plain sight.

He camouflages Himself within His own creation, cloaked within the consistent patterns that provide the illusion of a closed, natural order.

As though this world were something other than His infinite light.

A miracle is a tear in the cloak, a disruption of that order, a...

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Jewish reawakening in Krefeld after family flees Ukraine
The Jewish Woman
“I want you to have this. I won’t be needing it anymore,” she said.
Jewish News
Remembering those who gave their lives for space exploration 20 years after disaster
Contemporary Voices
Back then, a good time meant going to bars, trying new drinks, “playing the field”—all the things secular culture told me would make me happy but which just left me feeling alone and alienated.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Here are two explanations that the mystics give as to why tefillin needs to be made of leather.
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?
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An interview with the author of “Why G d, Why?”.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
There is another purpose to daily prayer that is relevant to everyone.
Here are some of the greatest and most persistent myths about Judaism and the Jewish people. How many of them are new to you?
The Jewish Woman
As an exchange student to Germany I knew all about the Berlin Wall, but nothing about the Western Wall.
A special presentation highlighting the fascinating events that led up to the Rebbe accepting leadership of the Chabad movement on the 10th of Shevat in 1951. It was a watershed moment in Chabad...
How great is the benevolence of the Creator! That such a small creature as the human being can bring great delight to the Greatest of all Great, to the one of whom it is said (Psalms 145:3), "There is no delving into His greatness..."
– Hayom Yom, Kislev 8
"Moshiach's Torah Scroll" completed (1970)
The writing of the "Sefer Torah to greet Moshiach," initiated at the behest of the 6th Lubavitcher... Read More »
Belzer Rebbe Rescued From the Holocaust (1944)
After a series of hair-rising escapes from Gestapo agents in Poland and Hungary, R. Aharon Rokeach... Read More »
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