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The Jewish Woman
I can’t change all my faults at once.
Jewish News
Worldwide webcast of scroll’s completion on Wednesday, Jan. 20

“I have come to My garden, My sister, My bride.” —Song of Songs

A private garden is a special space to enjoy, to be yourself, to share with an intimate companion.

In a private garden, every bush, every flower, and every rock is placed with delicate purpose. Nothing is superfluous, everything is designed for the...

Chabad.org Video
Understanding the concept of "dira betachtonim," G-d asking us to turn our world into a home for Him.
The Jewish Woman
Swimming daily meant I was no longer invisible.
Kabbalah, Chassidism and Jewish Mysticism
An Essay on Parshat Bo
Jewish News
Here’s what last week’s panic taught me
Jewish Stories
The thump of the bandit falling to the ground aroused the captive from his reverie. With the small amount of water he had, he managed to revive him from his faint.
When he will see that she doesn't want to argue and fight, his desire to argue will also weaken and decrease over time.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
When you’re able to “see” another person and revel in the positivity and unity it brings, it will automatically make you better, as well.
Ethics & Morality
The Rebbe’s gardening paradigm as an antidote to divisiveness and confusion
Jewish News
Billionaire was a proud Jew who gave freely both to major causes and individuals in need
Jewish History
A sample of local peasant culture can be found in certain phrases, often punchlines of poignant tales told by the Rebbes and chassidim, which have become part of everyday parlance.
Jewish News
Chabad Centers worldwide to host virtual gatherings in honor of 10 Shevat
Mitzvahs & Traditions
See how well you know the laws and customs of the great mitzvah of Mezuzah!
Faced with the prospect of their baby boys being killed by the Egyptians, the Jews in Egypt followed the lead of Amram, the father of Moses, in flouting Pharaoh's decrees and continuing to have...
Jewish News
He rebuilt his life after the Holocaust, becoming an esteemed New York rabbi
For two-and-a--half years, the House of Shammai and the House of Hillel debated. These said: It is better for man not to have been created than to have been created; and those said: It is better for man to have been created than to not have been created. In the end, they voted on it and concluded: It is better for man not to have been created than to have been created; but now that he was created, he should search his deeds.
– Talmud, Eruvin 13b
Passing of Rabbi Dovid of Lelov (1814)
Chassidic master Rabbi Dovid Biederman of Lelov (1746-1814) was a disciple of the "Seer of... Read More »
Once a month, as the moon waxes in the sky, we recite a special blessing called Kiddush Levanah... Read More »
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