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Jewish History
Mishneh Torah In-Depth, Article 3 - Deot
Jewish News
Challenged city’s response to Crown Heights riots, brother Yankel's murder
Questions & Answers
Why was it originally written in Aramaic, not Hebrew? And why is it still written in that language today?

Sometimes you feel that you are good, but G‑d is not being good to you.

So how does G‑d feel?

Just as you do—that He showers you with all the love you can receive, but when will you return that love to Him?

G‑d is your mirror. Let the love flow.

Likutei Sichot vol. 34, p. 21.

Jewish News
Record sales amid synagogue attendance limits and self-quarantining
Chabad.org Video
What the Rebbe taught us about loving others—and ourselves.
Chabad.org Video
A Chabad bi-racial family in Montana with 5 adopted children
Mitzvahs & Traditions
Losh - Kneading
TheRebbe.org
Mrs. Chana Sharfstein recalls one of her first private audiences with the Rebbe
Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Our verse implies that our unconditional connection with G‑d is itself conditional! Can that be right?
Jewish Holidays
The souls of Israel include “beautiful” souls, souls “of prestigious lineage,” and “ugly” souls, each of whom contribute their own unique dimension to our relationship with G‑d.
It is written, "You shall love the L-rd your G-d" (Deuteronomy 5:5). That means, G-d's name should be loved through you. That is to say, if a person reads the scripture, studies the Mishnah and attends on Torah scholars, and his dealings with the world are proper, what do people then say of him? Fortunate is his father, who taught him Torah! Fortunate is his teacher, who has taught him Torah! Behold one who has learned Torah, how beautiful are his ways, how just his deeds! ... But if one has learned Torah and served the scholars, but is in his dealings not honest and speaks with people not gently, then what do people say about him? Woe to his father, who has taught him Torah! Woe to his teacher, who has instructed him in Torah! See the one who has learned Torah -- how evil are his ways...
– Talmud, Yoma 86a
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