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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.

When G-d asked Abraham to take his son, his only son, the son he loves, Isaac, and raise him for an offering upon a mountain, G-d said, “please.”

He said, “Please stand for me in this test, so they will not say, ‘The other tests were of no substance.’”

The other tests included being thrown in a fiery furnace for not...

Lifecycle Events
I just didn’t see G‑d in the picture at all.
Sarah, the first Jewish mother, is a shining example of the great power that every woman has over her family and our entire nation. It was Sarah who insisted that Isaac, not Ishmael, continue...
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
No sinning is good, but sins against our own neighbors are the worst.
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.
Jewish History
One of the most interesting women in the Bible is Hagar, Abraham's second wife, and the mother of Ishmael. How much do you know about her?
Jewish News
New volume spurs worldwide study of Shaar HaBitachon (‘The Gate of Trust’)
Jewish News
Pandemic concerns at forefront amid preparations for 38th annual emissaries’ meeting
Jewish News
Daily Chassidism podcast in German tops the charts
Contemporary Voices
Every time we encounter an imperfection, how shall we view it?
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
Passing of Mattityahu (139 BCE)
In the 2nd century before the common era, the Holy Land was ruled by the Seleucids (Syrian-Greeks)... Read More »
Kristallnacht (1938)
On this night in 1938 and continuing into the next day -- November 9 on the secular calendar -- the... Read More »
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