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TheRebbe.org
Reb Gedaliah Mazal shares his memories of the arrival of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, the Rebbe’s father, in Alamty, Kazakhstan. Reb Gedaliah’s father became close to Rabbi Levi Yitzchak, and was...
Jewish News
His efforts saved thousands from Soviet oppression
Jewish History
You don’t need to be Sephardic!

There are two possible channels by which to receive your livelihood, according to the perspective you take in life:

You could decide to become just another element of nature, chasing after your bread in the chaos, running the race of survival of the fittest.

And the fact is, you may even do well taking this route—in...

Jewish News
1907 synagogue, one of Argentina’s first, open again after years of neglect
TheRebbe.org
Chapter 7 of Positivity Bias
Jewish Holidays
Why Is Deuteronomy 5 Different From Exodus 20?
The Jewish Woman
A Psychological Profile
The Jewish Woman
Instead of hearing the sound of a crying baby, I heard hysteria in the room as the doctors struggled to gain access to your airway.
Jewish News
Oxford MBA talks about combining business and spiritual development in sub-Saharan Africa
TheRebbe.org
What has been published is only a small fraction of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak’s writings.
Lifecycle Events
Learn what kabbalah has to say on marriage, becoming one, love, and intimacy.
Old age is a virtue and a blessing...It is true that a 20-year-old can dance the night away while his grandmother tires after a few minutes. But man was not created to dance for hours on end. Man was created to make life on earth purer, brighter and holier than it was before he came on the scene... In this regard, a person's value and productivity only increases with age... The instition of "retirement", which pushes millions of men and women to the sidelines of society each year, is a tragic waste of human life and resources.
– The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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