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Chapter 3 of Positivity Bias
Jewish History
A search for the story behind the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe’s lone Soviet portrait yields not one, but two photos
Jewish.tv
Anti-Semitism is a powerful, negative, thoroughly unholy phenomenon. Stripped of its negativity, however, its raw power can be used in the service of holiness.

More than 1,700 years in advance, the author of the Zohar predicted a revolution of science and technology around the year 1840. There he describes the fountains of wisdom bursting forth from the ground and flooding the earth—all in preparation for an era when the world shall be filled with wisdom and knowledge of the...

Essentials
Shiloh is an ancient city located 40 kilometers north of Jerusalem. For generations, it was Israel’s spiritual center.
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Chapter 2 of Positivity Bias
The Jewish Woman
When is the last time you checked in on the inner dialogue in your head, and your running thoughts and feelings about yourself?
Jewish History
The twelfth and thirteenth days of Tammuz mark the release of Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneerson, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, from Soviet imprisonment, which was the result of his efforts in...
Jewish News
Former marketing exec has offered rebuilt bicycles to students for the past 20 years
Contemporary Voices
My life was coming unglued. The health of my then 15-year-old daughter was degrading at a brutal pace and the future seemed filled with darkness.
Jewish Stories
“I have something to say,” he announced. “I was wrong about the Rebbe and I want to apologize"
Essentials
Also known as “the city of palm trees,” Jericho was the first town in the Land of Israel that the Israelites conquered under Joshua.
Mitzvahs & Traditions
There are potential issues with using a swing or hammock attached to a tree on Shabbat, and there may be ways to mitigate these problems.
Truth is the middle path. An inclination to the right, to be overly stringent with oneself and find faults or sins not in accord with the truth, or an inclination to the left, to be overly indulgent, covering one's faults or being lenient in demands of G-d's service out of self-love -- both these ways are false
– Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch (1860-1920)
Jews of Schaffhausen (Switzerland) Burned at the Stake (1401)
After the postilion (coach driver) of the governor killed the four-year-old son of a councilor... Read More »
Passing of Rabbi Yosef Trani (1639)
Rabbi Yosef Trani, known as the Maharit (1568-1639), was born in Safed and married a descendant of... Read More »
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