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A story about Rabbi Dov Ber of Lubavitch

Joseph, the kabbalists teach us, was a soul from the World of Atzilut—a divine world of pure light entirely beyond any physical or spiritual reality. A world entirely one with the Infinite Light from whom it emanated.

Even as he lived within a body like everyone else, the light of his soul shone with such intensity...

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Other than Torah observance, what can we teach the next generation to inspire them to stay Jewish?
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When at the age of eight, Hanna Butcher was enrolled in a Chabad Hebrew school she began her journey from Christianity back to her people.
The Torah relates how our forefather Jacob behaved when he dwelled with Laban. Overcoming all the challenging circumstances he found himself in, he remained loyal and true to serving G-d despite...
The Jewish Woman
We often say, “I don’t have enough time/money/energy” for that. Whatever that is. But that’s a misleading thought.
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It’s hard to wake up in the morning feeling spiritual. We need to get ourselves into the mode.
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Jewish History
Torah tells us that Dinah, daughter of Jacob and and Leah, was the victim of rape. Oral traditions add to our understanding of this special woman.
The foundation of all foundations, and the pillar of all wisdom, is to know that there is a First Existence, who brings all existences into being; that all existences of heaven and earth and between them, derive existence only from the truth of His existence
– Maimonides (Mishneh Torah, Laws of the Fundamentals of Torah, 1:1)
Liberation of R. DovBer of Lubavitch (1826)
In 1826, Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch (see calendar entry for yesterday, Kislev 9) was arrested on... Read More »
In Chabad practice, Tachanun (confession of sins) and similar prayers are omitted... Read More »
Tonight, starting with the Maariv evening prayers, we begin inserting a request for rain -- "v'ten... Read More »
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