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Though they don't consider themselves "religious," this couple wants to share the beauty of the mitzvah of mikvah.
TheRebbe.org
Paradigm shift? Radical reversal? Or just a tighter focus on the ultimate goal?
Questions & Answers
Once upon a time, visitors would carve their names into the walls. That has since been replaced by placing papers.

When will Moses know he has succeeded?

When will the teacher know his pupils have absorbed the lesson?

When will a rebbe know his people truly have digested all he poured into them?

When the student wriggles and squirms and exclaims in exasperation, “If so, what am I doing here where I am? If so, why are any of us...

Jewish News
Tens of thousands gather for anniversary of the Rebbe’s passing next Shabbat
Jewish News
Chabad Rabbi Ari Rubin will serve Australia’s largest army base in remote Northern Queensland
Jewish News
At least 10 killed, hundreds are feared injured
Jewish News
Chabad-Lubavitch center opens in Massachusetts coastal hideaway
Kosher Cooking
Golden crepes stuffed a creamy sweet cheese filling
Essentials
Chabad.org examines the newest technology in art and illustration
Jewish News
Family and communal history woven together at opening of Rohr Chabad Center and Jewish museum
The Jewish Woman
Love fills space. Respect creates space.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
How do we look at our houses? Do we only see the external—physical residences with roofs and walls—or are we in touch with the inner home, the deeper, spiritual purpose of a house?
Essentials
In Judaism, Kohanim are the priestly clan, who are honored with certain tasks, responsibilities and privileges.
Jewish News
Brit milah ceremony provides continuity and calm amid the chaos of war
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Moses was a true leader; he cared deeply for his people. So when he saw the moral failings of an entire group, he immediately looked inward.
The Jewish Woman
What about the things that you achieved that weren’t on your list?
The Jewish Woman
I am sometimes that hurt, frustrated, angry child. And so are you.
Jewish News
Increasingly, schools are choosing emissaries to address graduations across United States
TheRebbe.org
When a person is involved in Torah study, he need not be cautioned to avoid unholy preoccupations, his Torah protects him – he is in the “Holy Land”. But when it comes to a Jew’s mundane affairs, he...
Health & Wellness
I claimed that I wanted my husband to heal for his sake. But the truth was that I was terrified.
Jewish News
Remembering those whose lives were lost
If you begin a good deed, finish it, for a mitzvah is credited to the one who concludes the task
– Talmud, Sotah 13b
Passing of R. Shlomo Kluger (1869)
R. Shlomo Kluger, rabbi of Brody, was one of the renowned halachic authorities of his day. He was a... Read More »
Today is the first of the two Rosh Chodesh ("Head of the Month") days for the Hebrew month of... Read More »
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