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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
The Kabbalists explain that ratzon, will and desire, is the most powerful force within the human being.
Jewish Holidays
Squeezing Out the Jewish Heart
The Chabad.org Blog
The Chabad.org Siddur App brings you complete Selichot prayers

Every year, our sages taught, with the cry of the shofar the entire universe is reborn.

And so, at that time, with our resolutions and our prayers, we hold an awesome power: To determine what sort of child this newborn year shall be—how it will take its first breaths, how it will struggle to its feet and how it will...

Jewish Holidays
Is it possible we've gotten these holidays all wrong?
Jewish News
City’s first ritual bath in 90 years a certain sign of Jewish revival
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
How many people craftily put forth a clean and honest image while every night they sweep their dirt under the proverbial carpet?
Jewish Holidays
Brush up on basic facts, traditions, and more associated with the Jewish New Year.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Take this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Ki Tavo.
Jewish History
Once exceptionally wealthy, Avigdor was now poverty-stricken. Mr. Tzaddok, once a pauper, had come into great wealth.
The Jewish Woman
There are so many stress triggers in our often overwhelming lives. Living an authentic Jewish life helps reduce our stress while heightening our spirituality.
Questions & Answers
Nefilat Apayim in Tachnun
The Jewish Woman
The financial problems that began back in 2008 didn’t just dissipate overnight. There’s been a lot of work involved. But, the greatest and most important work has been to stay the course, with...
In that generation the women repaired what the men broke down. The men gave their gold for the making of the Calf; the women refused. The men had been unwilling to enter the Land [in wake of the Spies' report]; the women [i.e., the daughters of Tzelafchad] petitioned to receive an inheritance in the Land
– Midrash Rabbah (on Numbers 27:1)
As the last month of the Jewish year, Elul is traditionaly a time of introspection and stocktaking ... Read More »
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