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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Embrace the struggle that is part of a nuanced and complex life. Be humble and stay open to the lesson.
Questions & Answers
I am a Muslim. In my religion, wine is forbidden. Does Judaism honestly believe that such a sensual indulgence can be considered holy?
TheRebbe.org
Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, rabbi of Efrat, Israel, comes to the Rebbe with a concern about one of his children and ends up with a life-lesson from the super-rational commandment of the red heifer....

You cannot blame yourself, never mind persecute yourself, for how you feel. But you can rejoice in the battle of controlling and sublimating those feelings.

Every small victory within yourself is a major triumph over the darkness of this world. Indeed, this is why this darkness was placed within you, in order that you...

The Jewish Woman
Though she is 13 years my junior, after every one-hour learning session with her, I leave feeling reinvigorated, ready to dive deeper into Judaism and to take on more mitzvot.
Jewish News
“Healthy Body, Healthy Soul” pedals off in Florida from June 24 to July 1
Jewish History
Our forebears were prophets. Later, prophets and prophetesses guided us, chided us and comforted us.
Jewish History
Moses striking the rock is among the most famous and enigmatic stories in the Torah.
Questions & Answers
The kids, who are the guardians of our faith, are still delighted by the simple pleasure of a tchotchke.
The Jewish Woman
How do I restore my equilibrium and get back some sense of security?
The Egyptian Exodus involved breaking the bonds and limitation of Egypt in order to escape it. Chassidic teaching instructs to take this one step further: to step out of worldly limitations and bounds while remaining in the world. While functioning within the world we must transcend its limitations...
– Hayom Yom, Tevet 25
King Zedekiah captured (423 BCE)
When the Babylonians breached the walls of Jerusalem on the 9th of Tammuz, King Zedekiah fled the... Read More »
During the summer months, from the Shabbat after Passover until the Shabbat before Rosh Hashahah, we... Read More »
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