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The Jewish Woman
The story of Susie (Sarah Bracha) Koroghli, granddaughter of His Majesty King Sisowath Monivong
Questions & Answers
I don't understand why there are constant ups and downs and such hardships in the Torah.

The science of energy allows us to perceive the divine force that sustains the universe. There is a force we call electromagnetism.

It cannot be grasped with any of the five senses—we can know it only from its effects and related phenomena. Indeed, we cannot explain it in any other terms.

Yet it permeates all of our...

Jewish News
The 99-year-old illustrator’s not-so-secret identity as creator of the Shpy, hero to generations of children
Jewish Stories
Another man, whom I didn’t recognize, sat opposite the rabbi, learning with him.
Jewish Holidays
Here is a quick way to make sure you are up to speed on this special day and its significance.
Jewish History
To provide a taste of Maimonides’ vast teachings, we present 32 quotes from his magnum opus, Mishneh Torah.
TheRebbe.org
The prayers for the fast of 17 Tammuz begin: “Permit G-d no silence, until He sets and establishes Jerusalem as the praise of the earth." The Rebbe asks 'How can we challenge G-d?'
Essentials
Sigmund Freud, the “father of psychology,” was secular in his professed beliefs and practices. Here is one deeply spiritual insight he knew but did not quite understand.
The Chabad.org Blog
Live on Monday, July 13, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Jewish History
Mishneh Torah In-Depth, Article 1 - Introduction to Mishneh Torah
Chabad.org Video
Cruel intentions often lead to cruel actions. Yet the goodness of actions cannot be judged from their intentions. (Parsha Perks | Pinchas | with Dr Michael Chighel)
Jewish News
‘Spiritual Education’ by Aryeh Solomon is a detailed, magisterial presentation
All the people of Israel are guarantors for each other
– Talmud, Shevu'ot 39a
Passing of Baal Shem of Worms (1636)
The noted Kabbalist Rabbi Eliyahu ben Moshe Loanz, known as "Rabbi Eliyahu Baal Shem" of Worms... Read More »
During the Three Weeks, from 17th of Tamuz to the 9th of Av, we commemorate the conquest of... Read More »
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