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Mitzvahs & Traditions
Matir - Untying
The Mitteler Rebbe’s imprisonment came about after the wellsprings of the Baal Shem Tov had already swept the Jewish People, nourishing tens of thousands of souls. Despite all this, there descended...
Jewish News
With morphing sizes, shapes, materials and vehicles, they’ve become a familiar sight at Chanukah the world over

Here is how to make an honest living, with confidence and minimal worry:

  1. Determine how much you need to provide for your family’s needs.

  2. Get into a business that can make that sum of money.

  3. Put your best foot forward and do whatever needs to be done.

And stop there. Invest yourself, but don’t enslave yourself....

Mitzvahs & Traditions
Prayer is an exercise of the imagination.
Jewish News
A quiet, soft-spoken scholar who helped and was beloved by many
Jewish News
Project Likkutei Sichot provides translation and study aids for classes forming worldwide
Jewish News
JewQ educates students who learn about Judaism after their regular school day
Questions & Answers
What About the Yeshivah of Shem and Eber?
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Living in your imagination is highly seductive. It’s also pointless.
Jewish Holidays
As the Jewish nation prepares for what may shape up to be a most unusual Chanukah, we turn to you, our dear readers, to help us make the biggest Chanukah party ever.
The Jewish Woman
It’s not often that we learn of the complexity of someone’s circumstances or what role we play in seemingly random occurrences.
Questions & Answers
Does Judaism have anything to say about hunting as a sport?
Jewish Stories
“I came to honor the holy rabbi, to tell this story and express my gratitude,” continued the rich businessman who had traveled all the way to Fez to see Rabbi Yehuda Ben-Attar. “I am certain the ruin...
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)
Birth & Passing of R. Dovber of Lubavitch (1773; 1827)
Kislev 9 is both the birthday and day of passing of Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch, son of and successor... Read More »
In Chabad practice, starting in the afternoon, Tachnun (confession of sins) and similar prayers are... Read More »
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