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Jewish News
2,000 backpackers in Nepal and thousands more worldwide to attend Chabad seders
… and other nice things about Jewish Mothers
Questions & Answers
I envy people who have faith, with their strength and clarity. How can I acquire similar faith?

If you do His will only because it makes sense to you,
then what does it have to do with Him?

You are doing your will.
You’re back in prison.
There is a spot for every Jew at the Seder table.
Jewish News
Bonding, trekking, learning Torah, praying and cooking as part of an outdoor adventure
The Jewish Woman
Judaism is not about disconnecting from the physical to reach the Divine, but bringing the Divine into the physical.
The Jewish Woman
So many times in my life I had planned out my future, and so many times I had been handed the unexpected. It struck me at that moment that I was experiencing the hand of G‑d literally reaching into...
Jewish News
She raised a large family while supporting her husband in many leadership roles
Questions & Answers
Klutz is Yiddish for “piece of wood,” but it means much more than just that.
Jewish Holidays
There’s a saying: “Passover cleaning is not spring cleaning, dirt is not chametz, and children are not the paschal sacrifice.”
"I am a stranger and a resident amongst you" (Abraham to Ephron the Hittite, Genesis 23:4). The Jew is a "resident" in the world, for the Torah instructs us not escape the physical reality but to inhabit it and elevate it. At the same time, the Jew feels himself a "stranger" in the material world -- his true home is the world of spirituality, holiness and G-dliness from which his soul has been exiled and to which it yearns to return. Indeed, it is only because we remain a "stranger" that we can maintain the spiritual vision and integrity required to reside in the world and sanctify it as a "dwelling for G-d."
– The Lubavitcher Rebbe
War of Egyptian Firstborn (1313 BCE)
On the Shabbat before the Exodus--Nissan 10th on that year--the first-born of Egypt, who occupied the... Read More »
Grand Feast Ended in Shushan (366 BCE)
The grand 180-day feast hosted by King Achashverosh came to an end on this day. Achasverosh... Read More »
In today's "Nasi" reading (see "Nasi of the Day" in Nissan 1), we read of the gift bought by the nasi... Read More »
The Shabbat before Passover is termed Shabbat HaGadol ("The Great Shabbat") in commemoration of the... Read More »
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