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The Jewish Woman
The thought of attending caused me so much anxiety that I decided to be kind to myself and give myself permission not to attend.
Essentials
How well do you know the Jewish homeland? Take this quiz and find out!
Being Paradox (Splitting the Sea)

“And the Israelites walked on the dry land within the sea, and the water was a wall for them, to their right and to their left.”—Exodus 14:29

Always be leaving the slavery of Egypt. Never say, “I am this.”

If you catch yourself fitting into a definition, contradict it. If you have found your comfort zone, go beyond it....

Mitzvahs & Traditions
Tearing is forbidden on Shabbat, as it is actually part of the sewing process.
Contemporary Voices
Professor Gershom Scholem offers a theory
Ethics & Morality
The Rebbe’s gardening paradigm as an antidote to divisiveness and confusion
Jewish Holidays
Since the Torah compares man to “a tree of the field,” we’ve collected nine lessons from the mystics that we can learn from trees.
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
An Exclusive Chabad.org Interview
Jewish Life
During his 241-day hospitalization he impacted every single person he came into contact with.
Chabad.org Video
How clothing makes the person and the garments of our soul.
TheRebbe.org
Excerpts from the Rebbe's First Chassidic Discourse
TheRebbe.org
Looking for ways to channel this day’s inspiration into your home? Here are our suggestions, many of which are the same as in normal times.
Jewish News
Founder of JNet remembered for his extraordinary spirit and faith
Questions & Answers
On the mitzvah of peter chamor, “redeeming the firstborn donkey”
Said Rabbi Acha: The talk of the servants of the fathers is more desirable than the Torah scholarship of the children. For Eliezer's story, which takes up two or three pages in the Torah, is twice recounted, while many principles of Torah law are conveyed with a single word or letter
Passing of Rebbetzin Shterna Sarah Schneersohn (1942)
Wife of the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Sholom DovBer Schneerson, and mother of the sixth Rebbe... Read More »
Auschwitz Liberated (1945)
On January 27, 1945, the Russian army arrived in Auschwitz, the most infamous of the Nazi death... Read More »
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