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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
In order to swing to the greatest height, it is necessary to plunge to the lowest point.
Jewish News
Merging past, present and future in a hyper-modern Israeli city

Your mind and heart need to build a relationship slowly, somewhat like a pet and its master.

At first, your mind needs to hold your heart tightly on a leash. Your heart screams, “I must have this! I must go there!” And your mind says, “Calm down. We talked this over already and we both agreed you don’t need to.”


The Jewish Woman
I remember the day in September of 1989 when I walked out of my home in Saratov into the unknown future.
The Jewish Woman
In the light of that small shining candle, I saw his smile, which came easily, and often, and lit up the lives of those around him.
Jewish Holidays
The word menorah is Hebrew for “lamp,” and generally refers to the eight-branched candelabra that we light on the Jewish holiday of Chanukah.
Jewish News
Four victims are mourned after an attack that has shaken people everywhere
The Jewish Woman
A Mother Responds to Her Children (and their cravings for mac-and-cheese)
Jewish News
Rabbis talk of freedom amidst persecution during their youth
Jewish News
Inspired by the Rebbe, a group saw prison reform from proposal to law; the president recognized their efforts
On the fourteenth of Kislev in 1928, the Rebbe married Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka, the middle daughter of the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson.
Jewish Stories
Scrunching his face with concentration, Ephraim enunciated each word again and again. He appeared to be begging for his life.
Jewish News
The family’s grocery, its only source of income, is completely gutted and unusable
Abraham personified the Divine attribute of Chessed (benevolence), Isaac personified Gevurah (severity) and Jacob personofied the attribute of Tiferet (harmony and truth)
– The Zohar
Passing of R. Abraham Maimuni (1237)
Rabbi Abraham Maimuni HaNagid (also called "Rabbi Avraham ben HaRambam") was the only son of... Read More »
Passing of R. Baruch Mezhibuzher (1811)
Rabbi Baruch was the son of Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov's daughter, Adel, and her husband, Rabbi... Read More »
In Chabad practice, starting in the afternoon, Tachnun (confession of sins) and similar prayers are... Read More »
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