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He saw opportunity where few others did, creating the virtual world of Torah, Judaism, and kindness known as
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
We also wrestle with spiritual doubts and conflicts.

You have to do something. What you choose is not the issue. Neither are all the neat little tricks and conniving.

All that really matters is that you do your job honestly and as best you can using the talents and skills with which your Creator blessed you.

As He blessed you with those talents, so He will bless you in...

Jewish News
As tragedy unfolds, communities globally come together in unity, prayer and mitzvahs in merit of Henya Federman
Jewish History
A story about Rabbi Dov Ber of Lubavitch
Jewish News
Running back Sam Salz proudly wears a kippah on field
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Over the centuries, numerous “reasons” have been advanced to explain the phenomenon of Antisemitism. But perhaps there is no reason!
Jewish Holidays
Find out how much you really know about Hakhel!
Jewish Holidays
Everything you need to host a Chanukah party of your own! Video
When at the age of eight, Hanna Butcher was enrolled in a Chabad Hebrew school she began her journey from Christianity back to her people.
The Torah relates how our forefather Jacob behaved when he dwelled with Laban. Overcoming all the challenging circumstances he found himself in, he remained loyal and true to serving G-d despite...
The Jewish Woman
We often say, “I don’t have enough time/money/energy” for that. Whatever that is. But that’s a misleading thought.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
It’s hard to wake up in the morning feeling spiritual. We need to get ourselves into the mode.
Rabbi Elazar would give a coin to a pauper, and only then would he pray
– Talmud, Bava Batra 10a
Yahrtzeit of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Kazen (1998)
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Passing of R. Shlomo Luria (1573)
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