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A Chabad Chanukah Story
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There are two approaches to Judaism: increasing the good or decreasing the bad.
Jewish Holidays
She is a small woman, barely five feet tall. Her two feet tall candelabra was more than just a candle-holder

We all know the power of darkness—it is in the news every day. A thousand times more is the power of light.

A busy person stopping to do an act of kindness, a small child reaching up to kiss the mezuzah on the door of her room, a flickering candle for Shabbat or Chanukah—each of these are as bursts of light in the...

Ethics & Morality
The notion has hit a wave of controversy lately.
The Jewish Woman
We’re being sold that success is doing everything right, and, of course, doing all that as you appear beautiful and calm.
Jewish.tv
I never painted a swastika in my life. But I needed to paint this picture.
Jewish Holidays
A Chanukah message from the Rebbe
Jewish Holidays
Who dares to criticize Chanukah? Luckily I didn’t run out of my free articles for this month (it’s only the 6th), as I was even willing to buy a subscription just to find out!
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Chanukah lessons for an impactful life
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A seven-day trek from Southern California to Washington state
In material matters, one who is "satisfied with his lot" (Ethics of the Fathers 4:1) is an individual of the highest quality; a person possessing this trait will attain the highest levels. In spiritual matters, however, to be satisfied with one's lot is the worst deficiency, and leads, G-d forbid, to descent and falling...
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi (quoted in Hayom Yom, Sivan 30)
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