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Mitzvahs & Traditions
Do you know the ins and outs of the Jewish prayer shawl? Take this quiz to find out.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
if we lift ourselves up just a little higher, we can see how small the world really is.
The Jewish Woman
I was grateful I got to love myself and them and every precious moment of our time together, instead of just needing them to like me.

Night comes before day, pain before pleasure, confusion before wisdom. So too, the way this world was made, there is no journey forward without first a step backward.

So it is with all creatures. But we human beings, we strive not only to move forward, but to leap beyond our own nature, beyond any nature at all.

Marking 70 years since his passing on 13 Iyar.
Jewish Quizzes
Take this quiz to see how well you know some of the basic beliefs and practices of Judaism
Jewish News
Rescue effort is part of ongoing campaign to save and serve those in desperate need
Jewish Holidays
If someone was unable to participate in the Passover offering at the proper time, they would offer the sacrifice a month later.
A talk in honor of the 32nd yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s brother, Reb Yisrael Aryeh Leib.
Jewish News
In Idaho and Wyoming, life-affirming memorials to Yossi Kohn’s unforgettable smile
Jewish News
A Torah scroll will honor rabbi who passed away at 40
The Jewish Woman
Humans can only see so far, but if we had the ability to view everything through G‑d’s eyes, we’d see the “sunshine,” the goodness, in all He created.
Jewish News
Genesee County, Mich., officials gathered to mark Education Day and the Rebbe’s ongoing impact
The world thinks that teshuvah is for sinners. But also the perfectly righteous person must do teshuvah -- that is, return to the root-source of his soul
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi
Matzah Depleted (1313 BCE)
The supply of matzah (unleavened bread) which the Jewish people brought out of Egypt--enough for 60... Read More »
Jews Expelled From Russia (1727)
A few months prior to her death, Empress Catherine I, the second wife of Peter the Great, expelled... Read More »
Riots in Rostov-on-Don (1883)
Rostov-on-Don, Russia, was home to 14 Synagogues and many communal institutions. With the... Read More »
Tomorrow is the thirty-first day of the Omer Count. Since, on the Jewish calendar, the day begins at... Read More »
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