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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
A Boring Life Can Be Terrible. A Drastic Move is Sometimes in Order—and Sometimes It’s Not
The Jewish Woman
I am working on taking Him with me wherever I go and to make Him relevant in every part of my life, even the mundane parts.
Jewish Holidays
He rarely experienced kindness from strangers, and the little menorah had brought so much light to his life. Perhaps, he thought, they could help him.

When the Maccabees recaptured the Holy Temple, they found that the enemy had contaminated all the olive oil. 

So they searched until they found one small jug with the seal of the High Priest. 

They lit the Menorah with that oil, and it burned miraculously for eight days.

When we look inside our own selves, the temple...

Jewish Holidays
Novelty has given way to boredom. Excitement to anxiety. It’s become the staycation that never ends. How can I feel joy during this Festival of Lights when I’m home alone again?
Jewish History
See how much you really know about our fourth matriarch, Leah!
Jewish Life
"Father of the Jewish Internet" (yahrtzeit: 12 Kislev)
Chabad.org Video
A new course on the story of Yosef and his brothers
Jewish History
Join us as we discover the life and times of a Jewish leader and Torah scholar.
Jewish News
Vienna native survived Nazis to head a thriving Jewish day school
Lifecycle Events
Is marriage worth the sacrifice?
Jewish News
Professor Stephen Shore learns, prays, dines and does mitzvahs at Chabad centers worldwide
Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism
In this world, we cannot attain absolute perfection, absolute truth, or absolute good. What is required of us is an incredibly difficult form of existence. We must live continually with partial...
Jewish Stories
"That night I could not sleep. Early in the morning, I returned to the store to witness with my own eyes how G-d would help."
Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism
Far from home, Jacob now must struggle to maintain his inner spirituality.
Questions & Answers
We have so much to be thankful for!
Jewish News
JNet director credits his family’s faith and the world’s prayers
The difference between a sports fan and a player on the team is that the fan loses interest in the game, can leave in the middle. We can either regard ourselves as players on G-d's team, or as mere fans in the bleachers...
– The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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